Publications and Presentations

Publications

Lynch, M. and Turner, S. (2021). Rocking the boat: intersectional resistance to marine conservation policies in Wakatobi National Park, Indonesia. Gender, Place & Culture. DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2021.1971630.
Fletcher, C., Riva, M., Lyonnais, M.-C., Saunders, I., Baron, A., Lynch, M., Baron, M. (2021). Definition of an Inuit cultural model and social determinants of health for Nunavik. Community Component. Nunavik Inuit Health Survey 2017 Qanuilirpitaa? Quebec: Nunavik Regional Board of Health and Social Services (NRBHSS) and Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ), 1-52.
Baron, M., Riva, M., Fletcher, C., Lynch, M., Lyonnais, M.C. and Laouan Sidi, E.A. (2021). Conceptualization and operationalization of a holistic indicator of health for elderly Inuit: results of a mixed-methods project. Social Indicators Research. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11205-020-02592-5. 
Lynch, M. (2021). A recipe for gentrification: food, power and resistance in the city, by A.H. Alkon, Y. Kato and J. Sbicca (Eds.). (New York: New York University Press, 2020. 373 pp.). The AAG Review of Books, 9(1), 18-19.
Lynch, M. (2022). Data lives: how data are made and shape our world, by Rob Kitchin. Bristol: Bristol University Press, 2021. xii and 262 pp.). The AAG Review of Books, 10(2), 20-21.

Organized and Chaired Sessions

Lynch, M. February 2022. Session organizer and chair. Meet the Authors: Qualitative Research Methods in Human Geography (5th Edition), American Association of Geographers’ Annual Meeting, New York, NY, USA.

Lynch, M. and Antadze, N. February 2022. Session co-organizer and co-chair. Teaching Qualitative Methods in Geography, American Association of Geographers’ Annual Meeting, New York, NY, USA.

Lynch, M. April 2021. Session organizer and chair. Food production in rural and urban Southeast Asia today, American Association of Geographers’ Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, USA.

Lynch, M. April 2021. Session organizer and chair. Fresh thoughts on stale issues 1: youth intersections with critical geographies of food, American Association of Geographers’ Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, USA.

Lynch, M. April 2021. Session organizer and chair. Fresh thoughts on stale issues 2: youth intersections with critical geographies of food, American Association of Geographers’ Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, USA.

Lynch, M. October 2020. Session organizer. Marginality, Materiality and Maneuverability: Commodities, Contentions, and Contradictions in Southeast Asian Agriculture, New England Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, Burlington, VT., USA.

Lynch, M. and Eidse, N. April 2019. Session co-organizer and co-chair. Picturing Power 1: Innovative Visual Methodologies in Geography, American Association of Geographers’ Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., USA.

Lynch, M. and Eidse, N. April 2019. Session co-organizer and co-chair. Picturing Power 2: Innovative Visual Methodologies in Geography, American Association of Geographers’ Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., USA.

Lynch, M. and Eidse, N. April 2019. Session co-organizer and co-chair. Picturing Power 3: Innovative Visual Methodologies in Geography, American Association of Geographers’ Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., USA.

Lynch, M. and Eidse, N. April 2019. Session co-organizer and co-chair. Picturing Power 4: Innovative Visual Methodologies in Geography, American Association of Geographers’ Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., USA.

Lynch, M. and Eidse, N. April 2019. Session co-organizer and co-chair. Picturing Power 5: Innovative Visual Methodologies in Geography, American Association of Geographers’ Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., USA.

Lynch, M. October 2016. Session organizer and chair. Environmental Change and Ethnic Minority Livelihoods, New England-Saint Laurence Valley Geographical Society Northeast Regional Division of AAG Annual Meeting, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.

Select Academic Presentations 

Fletcher, C., Riva, M., Lyonnais, M.C., Saunders, I., Baron, A., Lynch, M. and Baron, M. December 2020. Development of the “IQI” Inuit health model and community-level social determinants of health in Nunavik. Arctic Change, Virtual Conference.

Lynch, M. September 2020. Urban agriculture in Asia: a review, Marginality, Materiality and Maneuverability: Commodities, Contentions, and Contradictions in Southeast Asian Agriculture, New England Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, Burlington, VT., USA.

Lynch, M. May 2020. Using Photovoice in Qualitative Research. GEOG 494: Urban Field Studies, Guest Lecture. McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Lynch, M, and Crockett, E. October 2019. Critical Literature Review. ENVR 301: Environmental Research Design, Guest Lecture. McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Lynch, M. September 2019. Creative Methods in the Social Sciences. ENVR 301: Environmental Research Design, Guest Lecture. McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Lynch, M. and Myette, E. June 2019. Mining activities, health and well-being in indigenous communities. MinErAL: Knowledge Network on Mining Encounters and Indigenous Sustainable Livelihoods Annual Meeting. Cairns, Australia.

Riva, M., Lynch, M. January 2018. Integrating Inuit community perspectives in the ‘Community Component’ of the Qanuilirpitaa? 2017 Nunavik Health Survey. Second Northern Research Day, Institut nordique du Quebec and McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Riva, M., Lynch, M. and Fletcher, CDecember 2017. Integrating Inuit community perspectives in the ‘Community Component’ of the Qanuilirpitaa? 2017 Nunavik Health Survey, Human Health, Well-being and Adaptation, Arctic Change, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

 Lynch, M. March 2014. Cost-benefit analysis of urban green space in Montreal, Sustainability Research Symposium, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Undergraduate Works

Lam, V., Lynch, M., and Deprez, R. (2014) The benefits and challenges of protecting urban green space in Montreal. Branches: McGill Environment Undergraduate Journal, 3: 48-61.

Deprez, R., Lam, V. and Lynch, M. (2014) The benefits and challenges of protecting urban green space in Montreal. Field Notes: Journal of the McGill Undergraduate Geography Society, 3: 57-71.