Margulies, J. and Bersaglio, B. (2018). Furthering post-human political ecologies. Geoforum, online first. DOI 10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.03.017.
Enns, C. and Bersaglio, B. (2016). Pastoralism in the time of oil: Youth perspectives on the oil industry and the future of pastoralism in Turkana, Kenya. The Extractive Industries and Society, 3: 160-170. DOI: 10.1016/j.exis.2015.11.003.
Enns, C. and Bersaglio, B. (2015). Enclave oil development and the rearticulation of citizenship in Turkana, Kenya: Exploring “crude citizenship”. Geoforum, 67: 78-88. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2015.10.010.
Bersaglio, B., Devlin, J. and Yap, N. (2015). Contextualising emergency responses to famine among Turkana pastoralists in Kenya. Development in Practice, 25(5), 688-702. DOI: 10.1080/09614524.2015.1049123.
Bersaglio, B., Enns, C. and Kepe, T. (2015). Youth under construction: The United Nations’ representations of youth in the global conversation on the post-2015 development agenda. Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 36(1), 57-71. DOI: 10.1080/02255189.2015.994596.
Enns, C., Bersaglio, B. and Kepe, T. (2014). Indigenous voices and the making of the post-2015 development agenda: the recurring tyranny of participation. Third World Quarterly, 35(3), 358-375. DOI: 10.1080/01436597.2014.893482.
Bersaglio, B. and Kepe, T. (2014). Farmers at the edge: Property formalisation and urban agriculture in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Urban Forum, 25(3), 389-405. DOI: 10.1007/s12132-013-9214-0.
Bersaglio, B. (2018). ‘Green violence: Market-Driven Conservation and the re-foreignization of space in Laikipia, Kenya’. In S. Mollett and T. Kepe (Eds), Land rights, biodiversity conservation, and justice: Rethinking parks and people (Chapter 5). Oxford: Routledge.
Enns, C. and Bersaglio, B. (Forthcoming). Negotiating pipeline projects and reterritorialising land through rural resistance in Northern Kenya.
Enns, C., Bersaglio, B., Awiti, A. (Forthcoming). The promises and pitfalls of pursuing inclusive, sustainable development through resource corridors in sub-Saharan Africa.
Bersaglio, B. (2018). [Review of the book The nature of spectacle: On images, money, and conserving capitalism, by J. Igoe]. Canadian Journal of Development Studies, online first, 1–2. DOI:10.1080/02255189.2018.1423045.
Select conference proceedings
Masse, F., Bersaglio, B., and Duffy, R. (2018, June). “Securing green, greening security: Examining the intersection of green economies and green securities”. Panel organized for the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN) biennial conference, Oslo, Norway.
Enns, C., Bersaglio, B., Cleaver, F. (2018, June). “Mobility, immobility, and the green economy”. Panel organized for the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN) biennial conference, Oslo, Norway.
Bersaglio, B. (2017, November). “Rhinopower: The ‘make live and let die’ politics of rhino conservation in Kenya”. Paper presented at the BIOSEC Workshop: Conservation in conflict and militarised areas, Sheffield, UK.
Enns, C. and Bersaglio, B. (2016, September). “Pipeline projects and rural politics: Examining rural reactions to Kenya’s LAPSSET corridor”. Paper presented at the Development Studies Association Conference, Oxford, UK.
Bersaglio, B. and Enns, C. (2016, September). “Reactions to mega-infrastructure development from the pastoral-conservation nexus in northern Kenya.” Paper presented at the African Studies Association of the UK biennial conference, Cambridge, UK.
Enns, C. and Bersaglio, B. (2016, June). “Conservation for extraction: Governing land, natural resources, and people in a Kenyan oil frontier.” Paper presented at the Canadian Association for the Study of International Development Annual Conference, Calgary, Canada.
Bersaglio, B. (2016, April). “The politics of wildlife in a contested landscape: Safari hegemony in Laikipia, Kenya”. Paper presented at the Environment and Resources PhD Workshop, Waterloo, Canada.
Bersaglio, B. (2016, February). “The benefits and burdens of safari tourism in Laikipia, Kenya: A safari in contested lands”. Presented at the International Development Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Enns, C. and Bersaglio, B. (2015, February). “Exploring the implications of oil and gas development for livelihood resilience in Turkana, Kenya.” Paper presented at the Overseas Development Institute, London, UK.
Enns, C. and Bersaglio, B. (2014, June). “Youth participation in the post-2015 development agenda: Power, scale, and justice.” Paper presented at the Canadian Association for the Study of International Development Annual Conference, St. Catherines, Canada.
Bersaglio, B. (2014, March). “Such a place exists? Colonial imaginaries and the spectacle of transboundary biodiversity conservation in southern Africa”. Paper presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada.
Bersaglio, B. (2011, May). “How is REDD+ influence social norms in the coastal forests of Tanzania?” International Development Research Network, Vancouver, Canada.
Select non-academic publications
Bersaglio, B. and Cleaver, F. (Forthcoming) The green squeeze: Tanzania’s Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor is increasing pressure on small-scale and subsistence producers.
Enns, C. and Bersaglio, B. (2015). “Exploring the implications of oil and gas development for livelihood resilience in Turkana, Kenya”. London: Overseas Development Institute.
Bersaglio, B. (2013). “Promoting sustainable urban livelihoods: Experiences in solid waste management and urban agriculture in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania”. Vancouver: Sustainable Cities International and the Canadian International Development Agency.
Bersaglio, B. (2009). “Community-based strategies on caring for orphans and vulnerable children in Nyanza, Kenya: A mid-term report.” Kisumu: Villages of Hope Africa – Kenya.
Bersaglio, B. (2017). Green grabbing and the contested nature of belonging in Laikipia, Kenya: A genealogy. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Bersaglio, B. (2012). Is food aid undermining traditional systems of Turkana social relations? An exploration of cultural decline in northern Kenya. (Unpublished masters thesis). University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada.
Works in progress*
Bersaglio, B. and Cleaver, F. Green grab by bricolage – the institutional workings of community conservancies in Kenya.
Bersaglio, B. and Cleaver, F. What an expanding green economy means for artisanal miners in Southern Tanzania – preliminary reflections on a ‘green squeeze’.
Bersaglio, B. Geographies of green violence in Settled Africa – insights from Laikipia, Kenya.
Bersaglio, B. Belonging naturally: Identity, nature, and staying power in Settled Africa. (Monograph).
*The above works in progress range from pieces that have been accepted for publication in peer-reviewed journals (pending one or more round of revisions) to pieces that are still being written but have been subjected to some form of scrutiny by colleagues or collaborators. Kindly note that the titles of these pieces are likely to change after going through the final round of peer review.