Evan Bowness

PhD Student

Bio

M.A. in Sociology, University of Manitoba 

B.A. (honours) in Sociology, University of Manitoba

Evan’s research interests include food sovereignty, urban agriculture and the commons. He’s taught a variety of sociology courses at the University of Manitoba, including an intensive permaculture-themed summer institute called ‘Building a Commons,’ and he’s the co-founder of two community-based agriculture cooperatives in MB. His work is funded by SSHRC.

Selected publications:
Bowness, E. and E. Comack. (Forthcomming 2015). “Crime and Punishment: The More Things Change….” In Cy Gonick (Ed.), Fifty Years of Canadian Dimension. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Kueneman, R. and E. Bowness. (2015). “The Changing Social Context of Dispute Resolution and the Rise of Law” In Rick Linden (Ed.), Criminology: A Canadian Perspective. 8th Edition. Toronto: Nelson Education.

Hudson, M. and E. Bowness (2014). “Directly and Adversely Affected: Public Participation in tar sands development 2005-2014.” Calgary: Parkland Institute. Available at: http://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/parkland-research-pdfs/Directly_and_Adversely_Affected.pdf

Bowness, E. (2014). “Food Systems in Transition: From Globalized Industrial Agriculture to Localized Urban Permaculture.” Canadian Dimension. 48(1): 34-36.

Bowness, E. and M. Hudson. (2013). “Sand in the Cogs? Power and Public Participation in the Albertan Tar Sands.” Environmental Politics 23(1): 59-76.