Hammelman, C. (2022) Greening Cities by Growing Food: A Political Ecology Analysis of Urban Agriculture in the Americas. Springer Nature.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Salas, C., Hammelman, C., and Tornabene, S.* (2022) “Looking for true Mexican food in Charlotte”: Relying on Habitus to Invoke Authenticity. Gastronomica 22(2), 29-42.
Hammelman, C., Shoffner, E., Cruzat, M.Y.*, and Lee, S*. (2021) Constructing sustainable environmental, social, and economic landscapes through agroecological practice in Rosario, Argentina. Agriculture and Human Values. 39(1), 371-383.
Schukryavarti, E.*, Delmelle, E., and Hammelman, C. (2021) Opportunities and Challenges for Small Businesses in New Transit Neighborhoods. Regional Science, Policy and Practice. 13 (3), 1025-1041.
Hammelman, C., Reynolds, K., and Levkoe, C.Z. (2020) Towards a radical food geography framework: Integrating theory, action and geographic analysis in pursuit of more equitable and sustainable food systems. Human Geography, 13(3).
Reynolds, K., Block, D., Gilbert, J., Hammelman, C., Herrera, H., and Jones, B. (2020) Envisioning Radical Food Geographies: Shared Learning and Praxis through the Food Justice Scholar-Activist/Activist-Scholar Community of Practice. Human Geography, 13(3).
Levkoe, C.Z., Hammelman, C., Reynolds, K., Brown, X., Chappell, J., Salvador, R., and Wheeler, B. (2020) Scholar-Activist perspectives on radical food geography: Collaborating through food justice and food sovereignty praxis. Human Geography, 13(3).
Hammelman, C. and Saenz-Montoya, A. (2020) Territorializing the urban-rural border in Medellín, Colombia: Socio-ecological assemblages and disruptions.Journal of Latin American Geography. 19(2), 36–59.
Hammelman, C., Levkoe, C., Agyeman, J., Kharod, S., Moragues-Faus, A., Munoz, E., Oliva, J., and Wilson, A. (2020) Integrated food systems governance:Scaling equitable and transformative food projects through activist-scholar engagement. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. 9(2), 1-16.
Hammelman, C. (2019) Challenges to supporting urban agriculture through food system governance in Toronto. Environment and Urbanization, 31(2), 481-496.
Hammelman, C., Buitrago, C., Cuadros, U., Hayes-Conroy, A., Muñoz, D., Quintero, X., and Saenz-Montoya, A. (2019) Reflections on the affective contributions to research success in two participatory projects in Colombia. Qualitative Research. Online First: https://doi.org/10.1177/1468794119851338
Hammelman, C. (2018) Investigating connectivity in the urban food landscapes of migrant women facing food insecurity in Washington, DC. Health & Place. 50, 89-97.
Levkoe, C., Hammelman, C., Craven, L., Dandy, G., Farbman, J., and Harrison, J. (2018) Building sustainable communities through food hubs: Practitioner and academic perspectives. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. 8(2): 1-16.
Isaac, M., Isakson, S., Dale, B., Levkoe, C., Hargreaves, S., Méndez, V., Wittman, H., Hammelman, C., Langill, J., Martin, A. & Nelson, E. (2018) Agroecology in Canada: Towards an Integration of Agroecological Practice, Movement, and Science. Sustainability, 10(9), 3299.
Hammelman, C. (2017) Urban migrant women’s everyday food insecurity coping strategies foster alternative urban imaginaries of a more democratic food system. Urban Geography, 39(5): 706-725. DOI: 10.1080/02723638.2017.1382309
Hammelman, C. and Hayes-Conroy, A. (2015) Understanding cultural acceptability for urban food policy. Journal of Planning Literature. 30:1, 37-48.
Chapters in Edited Volumes
Hammelman, C., Katsanos, T., and Auten, B. Active learning beyond the classroom: Community-engaged learning case studies. (2020) In J. Keith-Le, ed. Active Learning at UNC Charlotte. University of North Carolina Press.