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Animal health and welfare as a public good: what do the public think? (2024)
Journal Article
Clark, B., Proctor, A., Boaitey, A., Mahon, N., Hanley, N., & Holloway, L. (in press). Animal health and welfare as a public good: what do the public think?. Agriculture and human values, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10460-024-10585-0

his paper presents a novel perspective on an evolving policy area. The UK’s withdrawal from the EU has led to the creation of a new Agriculture Act and proposals for significant changes to the way farming subsidies are structured in England. Underpin... Read More about Animal health and welfare as a public good: what do the public think?.

Making a mark on the farm: The marks and traces of farm animals and infectious diseases in northern England (2024)
Journal Article
Mahon, N., Finan, S., Holloway, L., Clark, B., & Proctor, A. (in press). Making a mark on the farm: The marks and traces of farm animals and infectious diseases in northern England. Scottish Geographical Journal, https://doi.org/10.1080/14702541.2024.2343951

Farmed animals are expected to move through farmed spaces in certain ways to maximise their productivity. These spaces are also designed to limit the movement of disease-causing organisms. However, both types of lifeform do not always move in expecte... Read More about Making a mark on the farm: The marks and traces of farm animals and infectious diseases in northern England.

Exploring farmer and advisor lameness management behaviors using the COM-B model of behavior change (2024)
Journal Article
Clark, B., Proctor, A., Mahon, N., & Holloway, L. (2024). Exploring farmer and advisor lameness management behaviors using the COM-B model of behavior change. Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 11, Article 1258906. https://doi.org/10.3389/fvets.2024.1258906

Introduction: This paper applies the COM-B framework to farmer and farm advisor understandings and responses to lameness in sheep, beef, and dairy systems. It reflects on how farmers' and advisors' capability, opportunity, and motivation (COM-B) infl... Read More about Exploring farmer and advisor lameness management behaviors using the COM-B model of behavior change.

Interspecies encounters with endemic health conditions: co-producing BVD and lameness with cows and sheep in the north of England (2023)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., Mahon, N., Clark, B., & Proctor, A. (2024). Interspecies encounters with endemic health conditions: co-producing BVD and lameness with cows and sheep in the north of England. Sociologia ruralis, 64(2), 180-201. https://doi.org/10.1111/soru.12458

This article focuses on the relationships between people and farmed nonhuman animals, and between these animals and the farmed environments they encounter, in the enactment of interspecies endemic disease situations. It examines how the nonhuman embo... Read More about Interspecies encounters with endemic health conditions: co-producing BVD and lameness with cows and sheep in the north of England.

The application of a sentiment analysis approach to explore public understandings of animal agriculture (2023)
Journal Article
Mahon, N., Holloway, L., Clark, B., & Proctor, A. (2023). The application of a sentiment analysis approach to explore public understandings of animal agriculture. Journal of rural studies, 103, Article 103127. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2023.103127

Ideas about farming are important components of consumers' value judgements about the foods they purchase and consume. Nevertheless, a divide exists between public perceptions and the realities of agricultural practices. We take a novel approach, usi... Read More about The application of a sentiment analysis approach to explore public understandings of animal agriculture.

Changing interventions in farm animal health and welfare: a governmentality approach to the case of lameness (2022)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., Mahon, N., Clark, B., & Proctor, A. (2023). Changing interventions in farm animal health and welfare: a governmentality approach to the case of lameness. Journal of rural studies, 97, 95-104. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2022.12.004

Lameness is a significant health and welfare issue in farmed animals. This paper uses a governmentality approach, which focuses on how a problem is made governable, to examine an emerging ‘ecology of devices’ introduced to intervene in, and attempt t... Read More about Changing interventions in farm animal health and welfare: a governmentality approach to the case of lameness.

Reconfiguring animals in food systems: an agenda for research (2022)
Book Chapter
Holloway, L. (2022). Reconfiguring animals in food systems: an agenda for research. In C. L. Sage (Ed.), A Research Agenda for Food Systems (129-146). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781800880269.00015

This chapter aims to review key aspects of the reconfiguration of farmed animals in contemporary livestock agriculture, and to use that review to develop an agenda for ongoing research into how animals are transformed as they are caught up in the com... Read More about Reconfiguring animals in food systems: an agenda for research.

Living with cows, sheep and endemic disease in the north of England: embodied care, biosocial collectivities and killability. (2022)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., Mahon, N., Clark, B., & Proctor, A. (2022). Living with cows, sheep and endemic disease in the north of England: embodied care, biosocial collectivities and killability. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, https://doi.org/10.1177/25148486221105878

This paper engages with debates surrounding practices of care in complex situations where human and non-human lives are entangled. Focusing on the embodied practices of care involving farmers, their advisers and cows and sheep in the North of England... Read More about Living with cows, sheep and endemic disease in the north of England: embodied care, biosocial collectivities and killability..

What are the priority research questions for digital agriculture? (2022)
Journal Article
Ingram, J., Maye, D., Bailye, C., Barnes, A., Bear, C., Bell, M., …Wilson, L. (2022). What are the priority research questions for digital agriculture?. Land use policy, 114, Article 105962. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2021.105962

There is a need to identify key existing and emerging issues relevant to digitalisation in agricultural production that would benefit from a stronger evidence base and help steer policy formulation. To address this, a prioritisation exercise was unde... Read More about What are the priority research questions for digital agriculture?.

Exploring farmers’ understanding of and responses to endemic animal health and welfare issues in the UK (2021)
Journal Article
Mahon, N., Clark, B., Proctor, A., & Holloway, L. (in press). Exploring farmers’ understanding of and responses to endemic animal health and welfare issues in the UK. Veterinary Record, Article e941. https://doi.org/10.1002/vetr.941

Background: This paper uses two endemic health conditions to explore farmer understandings of and responses to livestock health and welfare issues. Methods: The findings are based on a survey of 42 livestock farmers in the north of England, exploring... Read More about Exploring farmers’ understanding of and responses to endemic animal health and welfare issues in the UK.

Exploring the human-animal-technology nexus: power relations and divergent conduct. The example of automated dairy farming. (2021)
Book Chapter
Holloway, L., & Bear, C. (2021). Exploring the human-animal-technology nexus: power relations and divergent conduct. The example of automated dairy farming. In A. Hovorka, S. McCubbin, & L. Van Patter (Eds.), A Research Agenda for Animal Geographies (55-68). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788979993.00010

This chapter develops an agenda for discussing less-than-convivial more-than-human relations. It reviews existing work on such relations before developing a terminology of ‘divergent conduct’ aiming to better express such relationships. The chapter u... Read More about Exploring the human-animal-technology nexus: power relations and divergent conduct. The example of automated dairy farming..

Geographies of Food: An Introduction (2021)
Book
Kneafsey, M., Maye, D., Holloway, L., & Goodman, M. (2021). Geographies of Food: An Introduction. Bloomsbury Publishing

What is the future of food in light of growing threats from the climate emergency and natural resource depletion, as well as economic and social inequality? This textbook engages with this question, and considers the complex relationships between foo... Read More about Geographies of Food: An Introduction.

Beyond resistance: geographies of divergent more-than-human conduct in robotic milking (2019)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., & Bear, C. (2019). Beyond resistance: geographies of divergent more-than-human conduct in robotic milking. Geoforum, 104, 212-221. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2019.04.030

This paper begins to develop a terminology for discussing less-than-convivial more-than-human entanglements. The paper reviews existing work on such relations, showing how they tend to have been conceptualised in terms of animal transgression and res... Read More about Beyond resistance: geographies of divergent more-than-human conduct in robotic milking.

Smallholder knowledge-practices and smallholding animals: threats or alternatives to agricultural biosecurity? (2019)
Journal Article
Holloway, L. (2019). Smallholder knowledge-practices and smallholding animals: threats or alternatives to agricultural biosecurity?. Journal of rural studies, 69, 19-29. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2019.04.013

This paper responds to claims that smallholders in the UK farming landscape present a biosecurity threat to commercial farming, by exploring smallholders’ perspectives on animal health and their practising of biosecurity, studied through focus group... Read More about Smallholder knowledge-practices and smallholding animals: threats or alternatives to agricultural biosecurity?.

Urban agriculture : established and emerging projects in Hull and Copenhagen (2019)
Thesis
Wright, L. R. (2019). Urban agriculture : established and emerging projects in Hull and Copenhagen. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4221392

Communities and organisations are increasingly appropriating urban land for food production. Claims are made that urban agriculture (UA) projects "are reclaiming food production and consumption from the market” (McClintock 2014: 19), can address food... Read More about Urban agriculture : established and emerging projects in Hull and Copenhagen.

From experience economy to experience landscape: The example of UK trail centres (2017)
Journal Article
Gibbs, D., & Holloway, L. (2018). From experience economy to experience landscape: The example of UK trail centres. Area, 50(2), 248-255. https://doi.org/10.1111/area.12366

The information, practices and views in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). © 2017 Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers). Th... Read More about From experience economy to experience landscape: The example of UK trail centres.

Bovine and human becomings in histories of dairy technologies: robotic milking systems and remaking animal and human subjectivity (2017)
Journal Article
HOLLOWAY, L., & BEAR, C. (2017). Bovine and human becomings in histories of dairy technologies: robotic milking systems and remaking animal and human subjectivity. BJHS Themes, 2, 215-234. https://doi.org/10.1017/bjt.2017.2

This paper positions the recent emergence of robotic or automatic milking systems (AMS) in relation to discourses surrounding the longer history of milking technologies in the UK and elsewhere. The mechanisation of milking has been associated with se... Read More about Bovine and human becomings in histories of dairy technologies: robotic milking systems and remaking animal and human subjectivity.

Biopower, heterogeneous biosocial collectivities and domestic livestock breeding (2017)
Book Chapter
Foucault and Animals (239-259). Brill Academic Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004332232_012

This chapter explores Foucault’s concept of biopower and its focus on the regulation and fostering of life. It examines the analytical potential of Foucault’s anthropocentric conceptualisation in examples involving nonhuman animals. Specifically, it... Read More about Biopower, heterogeneous biosocial collectivities and domestic livestock breeding.

Country life: agricultural technologies and the emergence of new rural subjectivities (2015)
Journal Article
Bear, C., & Holloway, L. (2015). Country life: agricultural technologies and the emergence of new rural subjectivities. Geography compass, 9(6), 303-315. https://doi.org/10.1111/gec3.12217

Rural areas have long been spaces of technological experimentation, development and resistance. In the UK, this is especially true in the post-second world war era of productivist food regimes, characterised by moves to intensification. The technolog... Read More about Country life: agricultural technologies and the emergence of new rural subjectivities.

Biopower and an ecology of genes : seeing livestock as meat via genetics (2015)
Book Chapter
Holloway, L. (2015). Biopower and an ecology of genes : seeing livestock as meat via genetics. In J. Emel, & H. Neo (Eds.), Political Ecologies of Meat (178-194). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315818283

This book chapter focuses on some of the implications of what has been represented as a radical change in livestock breeding for thinking about meat in relation to living farm animals: the use of genetic techniques in selecting breeding animals. The... Read More about Biopower and an ecology of genes : seeing livestock as meat via genetics.

The contested aesthetics of farmed animals : visual and genetic views of the body (2015)
Book Chapter
Holloway, L., & Morris, C. (2015). The contested aesthetics of farmed animals : visual and genetic views of the body. In E. Straughan, & H. Hawkins (Eds.), Geographical Aesthetics: Imagining Space, Staging Encounters (267-281). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315584355-20

Farmed animals have long been the subject of aesthetic appreciation. They are valued for their particular contribution to the aesthetics of agricultural landscapes and can act as important visual signifiers of geographical locality (Evans and Yarwood... Read More about The contested aesthetics of farmed animals : visual and genetic views of the body.

Making meat collectivities : entanglements of geneticisation, integration and contestation in livestock breeding (2014)
Book Chapter
Gibbs, D., Holloway, L., Gilna, B., & Morris, C. (2014). Making meat collectivities : entanglements of geneticisation, integration and contestation in livestock breeding. In M. K. Goodman, & C. Sage (Eds.), Food Transgressions : Making Sense of Contemporary Food Politics (155-180). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315582702

To explore some of the contours of this meat ‘supply chain integration’ - ‘the phrase of the moment’ according to Farmers Weekly - this chapter draws on research conducted as part of a project exploring the effects of the emergence of particular type... Read More about Making meat collectivities : entanglements of geneticisation, integration and contestation in livestock breeding.

Greater than the sum of the parts? Unpacking ethics of care within a community supported agriculture scheme (2014)
Book Chapter
Cox, R., Kneafsey, M., Holloway, L., Dowler, E., & Venn, L. (2014). Greater than the sum of the parts? Unpacking ethics of care within a community supported agriculture scheme. In M. K. Goodman, & C. Sage (Eds.), Food Transgressions: Making Sense of Contemporary Food Politics (61-81). Farnham: Ashgate. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315582702

The concept of the moral economy directs attention to the moral and ethical frameworks through which everyday decisions are framed and enacted. This chapter shows that by exposing the very real differences in the priorities and actions of EarthShare... Read More about Greater than the sum of the parts? Unpacking ethics of care within a community supported agriculture scheme.

Robotic milking technologies and renegotiating situated ethical relationships on UK dairy farms (2013)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., Wilkinson, K., & Bear, C. (2014). Robotic milking technologies and renegotiating situated ethical relationships on UK dairy farms. Agriculture and human values, 31(2), 185-199. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10460-013-9473-3

Robotic or automatic milking systems (AMS) are novel technologies that take over the labor of dairy farming and reduce the need for human-animal interactions. Because robotic milking involves the replacement of 'conventional' twice-a-day milking mana... Read More about Robotic milking technologies and renegotiating situated ethical relationships on UK dairy farms.

Viewing animal bodies : truths, practical aesthetics and ethical considerability in UK livestock breeding (2013)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., & Morris, C. (2014). Viewing animal bodies : truths, practical aesthetics and ethical considerability in UK livestock breeding. Social & cultural geography, 15(1), 1-22. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2013.851264

This paper focuses on the production of aesthetic ‘truths’ in UK livestock breeding, drawing on detailed qualitative research with breeders and breed societies. It extends emerging interest in the aesthetic in human geographical research, examining h... Read More about Viewing animal bodies : truths, practical aesthetics and ethical considerability in UK livestock breeding.

Re-capturing bovine life: Robot-cow relationships, freedom and control in dairy farming (2013)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., Bear, C., & Wilkinson, K. (2014). Re-capturing bovine life: Robot-cow relationships, freedom and control in dairy farming. Journal of rural studies, 33, 131-140. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2013.01.006

Robotic milking machines are novel technologies that take over the labour of dairy farming and reduce the need for human-animal interactions. Replacing ‘conventional' twice-a-day milking managed by people with a system that supposedly allows cows the... Read More about Re-capturing bovine life: Robot-cow relationships, freedom and control in dairy farming.

Genetics and livestock breeding in the UK: Co-constructing technologies and heterogeneous biosocial collectivities (2013)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., & Morris, C. (2014). Genetics and livestock breeding in the UK: Co-constructing technologies and heterogeneous biosocial collectivities. Journal of rural studies, 33, 150-160. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2012.10.003

Cattle and sheep breeders in the UK and elsewhere are increasingly being encouraged to use a variety of genetic technologies to help them make breeding decisions. The technology of particular interest here is 'classical' statistical genetics, which u... Read More about Genetics and livestock breeding in the UK: Co-constructing technologies and heterogeneous biosocial collectivities.

Effective policy making for establishing sustainable local food systems : the East Riding of Yorkshire and the Abruzzo region, Italy. (2012)
Thesis
O'Neill, K. (2012). Effective policy making for establishing sustainable local food systems : the East Riding of Yorkshire and the Abruzzo region, Italy. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4212755

This thesis investigates the ways in which local food has increasingly been seen as an integral part of rural development, and explored the increasing interest in local food from academics, policy-makers, businesses and consumers. The overall questio... Read More about Effective policy making for establishing sustainable local food systems : the East Riding of Yorkshire and the Abruzzo region, Italy..

Contesting Genetic Knowledge-Practices in Livestock Breeding: Biopower, Biosocial Collectivities, and Heterogeneous Resistances (2012)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., & Morris, C. (2012). Contesting Genetic Knowledge-Practices in Livestock Breeding: Biopower, Biosocial Collectivities, and Heterogeneous Resistances. Environment and planning. D, Society & space, 30(1), 60-77. https://doi.org/10.1068/d2911

Cattle and sheep breeders in the UK and elsewhere increasingly draw on genetic techniques in order to make breeding decisions. Many breeders support such techniques, while others argue against them for a variety of reasons, including their preference... Read More about Contesting Genetic Knowledge-Practices in Livestock Breeding: Biopower, Biosocial Collectivities, and Heterogeneous Resistances.

Choosing and rejecting cattle and sheep: changing discourses and practices of (de)selection in pedigree livestock breeding (2010)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., Morris, C., Gilna, B., & Gibbs, D. (2011). Choosing and rejecting cattle and sheep: changing discourses and practices of (de)selection in pedigree livestock breeding. Agriculture and human values, 28(4), 533-547. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10460-010-9298-2

This paper examines the discourses and practices of pedigree livestock breeding, focusing on beef cattle and sheep in the UK, concentrating on an under-examined aspect of this – the deselection and rejection of some animals from future breeding popul... Read More about Choosing and rejecting cattle and sheep: changing discourses and practices of (de)selection in pedigree livestock breeding.

Hybrid climbing bodies: the climbing assemblage and the technologically mediated engagements and ascensions of rock climbers (2010)
Thesis
Barratt, P. R. (2010). Hybrid climbing bodies: the climbing assemblage and the technologically mediated engagements and ascensions of rock climbers. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4211457

This thesis contributes an Actor Network Theory inspired approach to the study of rock climbing to argue that climbers are more-than-human fusions comprised of the human and non-human. The research explores this notion of hybrid climbers, which I te... Read More about Hybrid climbing bodies: the climbing assemblage and the technologically mediated engagements and ascensions of rock climbers.

Are you alternative? ‘Alternative’ food networks and consumers’ definitions of alterity (2010)
Book Chapter
Holloway, L., Cox, R., Kneafsey, M., Dowler, E., Venn, L., & Tuomainen, H. (2010). Are you alternative? ‘Alternative’ food networks and consumers’ definitions of alterity. In D. Fuller, A. E. Jonas, & R. Lee (Eds.), Interrogating Alterity : Alternative Economic and Political Spaces (161-173). Farnham: Ashgate. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315589633

Concepts of ‘alternative’ food practices, enterprises or networks (AFns) have become increasingly prevalent in European and north American agri-food writing, with their suggestion and promise of solutions to some of the ecological, economic and socia... Read More about Are you alternative? ‘Alternative’ food networks and consumers’ definitions of alterity.

Birds and people in towns and cities : an exploration of human-bird relations in urban areas (2010)
Thesis
Pedley, D. J. (2010). Birds and people in towns and cities : an exploration of human-bird relations in urban areas. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4209813

Urban nature conservation and sustainability discourses regularly state a desire to bring more ‘nature’ and wildlife into towns and cities - for the perceived good of both people and wildlife. Yet many wildlife species that already live in urban area... Read More about Birds and people in towns and cities : an exploration of human-bird relations in urban areas.

Biopower, genetics and livestock breeding: (re)constituting animal populations and heterogeneous biosocial collectivities (2009)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., Morris, C., Gilna, B., & Gibbs, D. (2009). Biopower, genetics and livestock breeding: (re)constituting animal populations and heterogeneous biosocial collectivities. Transactions - Institute of British Geographers, 34(3), 394-407. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1475-5661.2009.00347.x

Genetic techniques have become increasingly prevalent in livestock breeding, associated with new types of knowledge-practice and changes in the institutional and geographical relationships related to animal husbandry. This paper examines the value of... Read More about Biopower, genetics and livestock breeding: (re)constituting animal populations and heterogeneous biosocial collectivities.

Constructing sustainability through reconnection: The case of 'alternative' food networks (2008)
Book Chapter
Cox, R., Kneafsey, M., Venn, L., Holloway, L., Dowler, E., & Tuomainen, H. (2008). Constructing sustainability through reconnection: The case of 'alternative' food networks. In G. Robinson (Ed.), Sustainable rural systems : sustainable agriculture and rural communities (67-82). Ashgate. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315611556

This chapter examines two particular environmental programmes in Canada, one in the Atlantic provinces and one in Ontario, with a view to assessing how the process of 'bottom up' planning has worked in these two instances and what lessons may be lear... Read More about Constructing sustainability through reconnection: The case of 'alternative' food networks.

Boosted bodies: genetic techniques, domestic livestock bodies and complex representations of life (2008)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., & Morris, C. (2008). Boosted bodies: genetic techniques, domestic livestock bodies and complex representations of life. Geoforum, 39(5), 1709-1720. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2008.03.006

This paper focuses on the burgeoning application of genetic techniques in livestock agriculture, examining how these are changing livestock breeding knowledge-practices and the representation of animal life. Conventional livestock breeding relies on... Read More about Boosted bodies: genetic techniques, domestic livestock bodies and complex representations of life.

Subjecting cows to robots: farming technologies and the making of animal subjects (2007)
Journal Article
Holloway, L. (2007). Subjecting cows to robots: farming technologies and the making of animal subjects. Environment and planning. D, Society & space, 25(6), 1041-1060. https://doi.org/10.1068/d77j

Recent representations of human-animal relationships in farming have tended to focus on human experience, and to essentialise animal subjectivity in granting them a centred subjectivity akin to that assumed to be possessed by humans. Instead, this pa... Read More about Subjecting cows to robots: farming technologies and the making of animal subjects.

Possible food economies: A methodological framework for exploring food production-consumption relationships (2007)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., Kneafsey, M., Venn, L., Cox, R., Dowler, E., & Tuomainen, H. (2007). Possible food economies: A methodological framework for exploring food production-consumption relationships. Sociologia ruralis, 47(1), 1-19. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9523.2007.00427.x

Modes of food production-consumption defined as 'alternative' have received considerable academic attention, with studies exploring both their potential for contributing to rural development strategies and the opportunities they provide for counterin... Read More about Possible food economies: A methodological framework for exploring food production-consumption relationships.

Exploring biopower in the regulation of farm animal bodies: genetic policy interventions in UK livestock (2007)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., & Morris, C. (2007). Exploring biopower in the regulation of farm animal bodies: genetic policy interventions in UK livestock. Life Sciences, society and policy, 3(2), 82 - 98. https://doi.org/10.1186/1746-5354-3-2-82

This paper explores the analytical relevance of Foucault’s notion of biopower in the context of regulating and managing non-human lives and populations, specifically those animals that are the focus of livestock breeding based on genetic techniques.... Read More about Exploring biopower in the regulation of farm animal bodies: genetic policy interventions in UK livestock.

Managing sustainable farmed landscape through 'alternative' food networks: a case study from Italy (2006)
Journal Article
Holloway, L., Cox, R., Venn, L., Kneafsey, M., Dowler, E., & Tuomainen, H. (2006). Managing sustainable farmed landscape through 'alternative' food networks: a case study from Italy. The Geographical journal, 172(3), 219-229. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1475-4959.2006.00205.x

This paper focuses on a case study of an 'alternative' food network based in the Abruzzo National Park, Italy, to explore how ideas of sustainable farmland management can be expressed through broader understandings of developing networks of care conc... Read More about Managing sustainable farmed landscape through 'alternative' food networks: a case study from Italy.

Researching European 'alternative' food networks: Some methodological considerations (2006)
Journal Article
Venn, L., Kneafsey, M., Holloway, L., Cox, R., Dowler, E., & Tuomainen, H. (2006). Researching European 'alternative' food networks: Some methodological considerations. Area, 38(3), 248-258. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1475-4762.2006.00694.x

Recent European literature on 'alternative' food networks (AFNs) draws heavily upon an apparently accessible and diverse body of non-conventional food networks in the agro-food sector and whilst researchers frequently refer to individual examples of... Read More about Researching European 'alternative' food networks: Some methodological considerations.

Aesthetics, genetics, and evaluating animal bodies: locating and displacing cattle on show and in figures (2005)
Journal Article
Holloway, L. (2005). Aesthetics, genetics, and evaluating animal bodies: locating and displacing cattle on show and in figures. Environment and planning. D, Society & space, 23(6), 883-902. https://doi.org/10.1068/d59j

In this paper I examine intertwined modes of bodily evaluation and genetic understanding evident in relation to 'modernising' tendencies in contemporary agriculture, using a case study of pedigree cattle breeding. These modes afford different perspec... Read More about Aesthetics, genetics, and evaluating animal bodies: locating and displacing cattle on show and in figures.

Producing-consuming food: Closeness, connectedness and rurality in four 'alternative' food networks (2004)
Book Chapter
Holloway, L., & Kneafsey, M. (2004). Producing-consuming food: Closeness, connectedness and rurality in four 'alternative' food networks. In L. Holloway, & M. Kneafsey (Eds.), Geographies of Rural Cultures and Societies (262-282). Ashgate. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315254487

In this chapter, the authors explore some key ideas and relationships associated with what they categorize as 'alternative' food production-consumption networks. They outline some key currents of debate surrounding contemporary agro-food networks. Th... Read More about Producing-consuming food: Closeness, connectedness and rurality in four 'alternative' food networks.

Geographies of rural cultures and societies (2004)
Book
Lewis, H., & Moya, K. (Eds.). (2004). Geographies of rural cultures and societies. London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315254487

© Lewis Holloway and Moya Kneafsey 2004. All right reserved. The last decade or so has witnessed a flourishing of research in rural geography; in particular, approaches which have developed socio-cultural perspectives on rural issues. This book bring... Read More about Geographies of rural cultures and societies.

People and place: The extraordinary geographies of everyday life (2000)
Book
Holloway, L., & Hubbard, P. (2000). People and place: The extraordinary geographies of everyday life. London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315838694

An innovative introduction to Human Geography, exploring different ways of studying the relationships between people and place, and putting people at the centre of human geography. The book covers behavioural, humanistic and cultural traditions, show... Read More about People and place: The extraordinary geographies of everyday life.

Reconnecting consumers, producers and food: exploring alternatives
Book
Holloway, L., Cox, R., Dowler, E., Kneafsey, M., Tuomainen, H., & Venn, L. Reconnecting consumers, producers and food: exploring alternatives. The University of Hull

Reconnecting Consumers, Producers and Food presents a detailed and empirically grounded analysis of alternatives to current models of food provision. The book offers insights into the identities, motives and practices of individuals engaged in reconn... Read More about Reconnecting consumers, producers and food: exploring alternatives.

University Of Hull MTB Trail Centre Research Summary Report
Report
Gibbs, D., & Holloway, L. (2019). University Of Hull MTB Trail Centre Research Summary Report. Hull, UK: University of Hull

This report provides a summary of key findings from a small research project conducted in 2018, focusing on mountain bike trail centres as an example of the ‘experience economy’. The research included interviews with representatives of public and pri... Read More about University Of Hull MTB Trail Centre Research Summary Report.