Call for Papers Special Issue of
Land Use Policy Governing by models:
exploring the technopolitics of the (in)visilibities of land
Submission Deadline: 15 May 2017
Achieving food security, as envisioned in the Sustainable Development Goals, will require the production of knowledge to support a complex process of collaboration at the local, regional and international levels. Agricultural and land use models are increasingly being used to bridge the global/local divide, particularly as a means to envision future land access, use and management in different agricultural production systems. However, there is a need to better understand how models are used to govern the use of land and how this improved understanding contributes to how we think about global modeling, governance and land use change. For instance, questions of land access, use and management are currently some of the most contested issues in current environmental, agriculture and food system debates not just because of how policies are established and implemented, but also because of how land-use is measured, classified and modelled in the first place. Therefore, making the connections between how we model and how we address the politics of modeling provides insights into the question of how do ways of knowing and governing affect the politics of agriculture and land use?
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• Submission deadline: May 15, 2017
• Expected publication year: 2018