Le premier volume la la collection (En) Gendering Change in Small Scale Fisheries and Fishing Communities in Globalized World publié par Katia Frangoudes UMR AMURE et Siri Gerrard de l’Artic University of Norway vient de paraître chez Maritim itime Studies (MAST) Journal.
Springer l’éditeur de la revue MAST, dans un geste commercial, donne un accès gratuit à l’ensemble de ces articles pendant une courte période. Les articles sont disponibles librement jusqu’au 8 décembre 2018.
Le second volume de cette collection est en cours et sera terminé en août 2019.

Volume 17, Issue 2, October 2018

(En)Gendering Change
in Small-scale Fisheries
and Fishing Communities
in a Globalized World

ISSN: 1872-7859 (Print) 2212-9790 (Online)

In this issue (12 articles)

The Maritime Studies website is:  https://link.springer.com/journal/40152/17/2/page/1

The articles are:

  1. Editorial: (En)Gendering Change in Small-Scale Fisheries and Fishing Communities in a Globalized World. by Katia Frangoudes, Siri Gerrard Pages 117-124
  2. Gendered labor in the Icelandic fish processing industry. by Alexandra Yingst, Unnur Dís Skaptadóttir Pages 125-132.
  3. Gendered livelihoods in the global fish-food economy: a comparative study of three fisherfolk communities in Kerala, India. by Holly M. Hapke, Devan Ayyankeril Pages 133-143
  4. Women’s perspectives of small-scale fisheries and environmental change in Chilika lagoon, India. By Fatima Noor Khan, Andrea M. Collins, Prateep Kumar Nayak… Pages 145-154.
  5. A gender lens on women’s harvesting activities and interactions with local marine governance in a South Pacific fishing community.By Janne Rohe, Achim Schlüter, Sebastian C. A. Ferse Pages 155-162
  6. Gender and marine protected areas: a case study of Danajon Bank, Philippines. By Danika Kleiber, Leila Harris, Amanda C. J. Vincent Pages 163-175
  7. « Before we asked for permission, now we only give notice”: Women’s entrance into artisanal fisheries in Chile. By Gloria L. Gallardo-Fernández, Fred Saunders Pages 177-188.
  8. Indigenous women respond to fisheries conflict and catalyze change in governance on Canada’s Pacific Coast. By Sarah Harper, Anne K. Salomon, Dianne Newell… Pages 189-198
  9. Lagoon livelihoods: gender and shell money in Langalanga, Solomon Islands. by Kate Barclay, Nicholas McClean, Simon Foale, Reuben Sulu, Sarah Lawless Pages 199-211.
  10. Invisible work, ignored knowledge? Changing gender roles, division of labor, and household strategies in Finnish small-scale fisheries. By Pekka Salmi, Kirsi Sonck-Rautio Pages 213-221
  11. Women, capitals and fishing lives: exploring gendered dynamics in the Llŷn Peninsula small-scale fishery (Wales, UK). By Madeleine Gustavsson, Mark Riley Pages 223-231
  12. A book-essay and reflections on Margaret Willson’s book: Seawomen of Iceland: Survival on the Edge. By Siri Gerrard Pages 233-238