Naylor, L. Fair Rebels? Fair Trade Coffee Production and the Struggle to Create Liveable Worlds. Under advance contract with University of Minnesota Press for publication in the Diverse Economies and Livable Worlds Series (2019 expected publication).

Journal Articles:
* denotes graduate student co-author           † denotes undergraduate student co-author

Stanko, H., † and Lindsay Naylor. “Facilitating (?) Urban Agriculture in Philadelphia: Sustainability Narratives in the Inequitable City.” Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability 2018, doi:10.1080/13549839.2018.1431615.

Naylor, L., Michelle Daigle, Sophia Zaragocín, Margaret Marietta Ramírez, and Mary Gilmartin. “Interventions: Bringing the Decolonial to Political Geography.” Political Geography. 2018, doi: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2017.11.002.

Naylor, L.  2016. “Is the Conflict in Chiapas, Mexico, between the Zapatistas and the Mexican Government, Primarily a Conflict over Natural Resources? The Chiapas Conflict: A Battle for Indigenous Recognition and Rights.” In Natural Resource Conflicts [2 Volumes]: From Blood Diamonds to Rainforest Destruction, edited by M. Troy Burnett, 2:654–60. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO.

Naylor, L. “‘Some Are More Fair than Others’: Fair Trade Certification, Development, and North–South Subjects.” Agriculture and Human Values 31, no. 2 (June 1, 2014): 273–84. 
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Naylor, L. “Hired Gardens and the Question of Transgression: Lawns, Food Gardens and the Business of ‘alternative’ Food Practice.” Cultural Geographies 19, no. 4 (October 1, 2012): 483–504.
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Professional Papers:

Naylor, L. “Food Sovereignty and the Politics of Indigenous Resistance in Chiapas, Mexico.” Prepared for delivery at the 2012 Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco, CA, May 23-26, 2012 [.pdf version]

Naylor, L. “Constructing Autonomy through the Colonial Difference: Zapatista-aligned communities and the articulation of food sovereignty.” Prepared for delivery at the 2011 Race, Space, Nature Symposium, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, April 27, 2011

Book Reviews:

Eaton, Emily. 2013. Growing Resistance: Canadian Farmers and the Politics of Genetically Modified Wheat. University of Manitoba Press. Naylor, L. Human Geography (in press).

Fitting, Elizabeth M. 2011. The struggle for maize: campesinos, workers, and transgenic corn in the Mexican countryside. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press. Naylor, L. The bookshelf, Books in Review. Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture 12, no. 4 (2012): 125–126.