Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Weiler, A. M., McLaughlin, J., & Cole, D. C. (2017). Food Security at Whose Expense? A Critique of the Canadian Temporary Farm Labour Migration Regime and Proposals for ChangeInternational Migration, 55(4), 48-63. 

Weiler, A. M., Levkoe, C. Z., & Young, C. (2016). Cultivating equitable ground: Community-based participatory research to connect food movements with migrant farmworkers. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems and Community Development, 60(2), 1-15. 

Levkoe, C. Z., McClintock, N., Minkoff-Zern, L.-A., Coplen, A. K., Gaddis, J., Lo, J., Tendick-Matesanz, F., & Weiler, A. M. (2016). Forging links between food chain labor activists and academics. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 6(2), 1 -14. 

Weiler, A. M., Otero, G., & Wittman, H. (2016). Rock stars and bad apples: Moral economies of alternative food networks and precarious farm work regimes. Antipode, 48(4), 1-23. 

Weiler, A. M., Hergesheimer, C., Brisbois, B., Wittman, H., Yassi, A., & Spiegel, J. M. (2014). Food sovereignty, food security and health equity: a meta-narrative mapping exercise. Health Policy and Planning, 30(8), 1078-1092.

Book Reviews

McLaughlin, J., & Weiler, A. M. (2016). Migrant agricultural workers in local and global contexts: Toward a better life? Journal of Agrarian Change, 17(3).

Weiler, A. M. (2015). Book Review: Gertel, J., & Sippel, S. R. Seasonal Workers in Mediterranean Agriculture: The Social Costs of Eating Fresh (Earthscan from Routledge, 2014), Canadian Food Studies, 2(1).

Weiler, A. M. (2015). Book Review: Leigh Binford, Tomorrow We're All Going to the Harvest: Temporary Foreign Worker Programs and Neoliberal Political Economy (Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2013), Journal of Latin American Studies, 47(01), 212-214.