For a full list of publications, including the most recent, please look at my google scholar listing.
W Bernauer, R Roth 2021. Protected areas and extractive hegemony: A case study of marine protected areas in the Qikiqtani (Baffin Island) region of Nunavut, Canada. Geoforum 120, 208-217.
A Paul, R Roth, SSB Moo 2021. Relational ontology and more-than-human agency in Indigenous Karen conservation practice. Pacific Conservation Biology.
M Youdelis, R Nakoochee, C O'Neil, E Lunstrum, R Roth 2020. “Wilderness” revisited: Is Canadian park management moving beyond the “wilderness” ethic? The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 64 (2), 232-249
F Moola, R Roth 2019. Moving beyond colonial conservation models: Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas offer hope for biodiversity and advancing reconciliation in the Canadian boreal forest. Environmental Reviews 27 (2), 200-201
NJ Bennett, R Roth. 2019. Realizing the transformative potential of conservation through the social sciences, arts and humanities Biological Conservation 229, A6-A8.
Lamb, V. and Roth. R (2018). Science as friend and foe: the ‘technologies of humilty’ in the changing relationship to science in community forest debates in Thailand. In Mollett and Kepe (eds) Land Rights, Biodiversity Conservation and Justice: Rethinking parks and people. New York:Routledge. PP 166-183
Bennett, Nathan, R. Roth , Klain, S., Chan, K., Clark, D., Cullman, G., Epstein, G., Nelson, P., Stedman, R., Teel, T., Thomas, R., Wyborn, C., Currans, D., Greenberg, A., Sandlos, J & Verissimo, D. (2017). Conservation social science: Understanding and integrating human dimensions to improve conservation. Biological Conservation. 205:93-108.
Bennett, N, Roth, R , Klain, S., Chan, K., Clark, D., Cullman, G., Epstein, G., Nelson, P., Stedman, R., Teel, T., Thomas, R., Wyborn, C., Currans, D., Greenberg, A., Sandlos, J & Verissimo, D. (2017). Mainstreaming the social sciences in conservation. Conservation Biology. 33(1):56-66.
Vandergeest, P and Roth R. (2016). A Southeast Asian Political Ecology. In Hirsch, P (ed) Routledge Handbook of the Environment in Southeast Asia. Routledge. Pp 82-98.
Bennett, N. J. & Roth, R. (eds.) (2015).The Conservation Social Sciences: What?, How? and Why? Vancouver, BC: Canadian Wildlife Federation and Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, University of British Columbia.
Latt, S. and Roth, R. (2014) Agrarian Change and Ethnic Politics: Restructuring of Hmong and Shan Labour and Agricultural Production in Northern Thailand. Journal of Agrarian Change. doi: 10.1111/joac.12081
Roth, R. and W. Dressler (2012) Market-oriented conservation governance: the particularities of place. Intro to special issue. Geoforum. 43(3):363-366
Dressler, W. and R. Roth (2011) The Good, the Bad and the Contradictory. Neoliberal Conservation Governance in Rural Southeast Asia. World Development 39(5): 851-862
Roth R. (2009) The Challenges of Mapping Complex Indigenous Spatiality: from Abstract Space to Dwelling Space. Cultural Geographies 16:207-227
Roth, R (2008) ‘Fixing’ the Forest: The Spatiality of Conservation Conflict in Thailand. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 98 (2):373-391.
Rocheleau, D and Roth, R (2007) Rooted Networks, Relational Webs and Powers of Connection: Rethinking Human and Political Ecologies. Geoforum. 38 (2):433-437.