New popular article published on gender, class and ethnicity in marine conservation

I was recently invited to write a popular article for the Stories Section of the GenderAquaFish website, which is supported by the Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries Section of the Asian Fisheries Society. My article outlines resistance to marine conservation policies along lines of ethnicity, class and gender in the Wakatobi National Park in Indonesia, and is based on research recently published in Gender, Place & Culture.

Read the popular article here.

Read the peer-reviewed article here.