Jevgeniy Bluwstein
Jevgeniy Bluwstein
Lecturer in Human Geography, Department of Geosciences, University of Fribourg
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Territoriality by conservation in the Selous–Niassa corridor in Tanzania
J Bluwstein, JF Lund
World Development 101, 453-465, 2018
Creating ecotourism territories: Environmentalities in Tanzania’s community-based conservation
J Bluwstein
Geoforum 83, 101-113, 2017
Austere conservation: understanding conflicts over resource governance in Tanzanian wildlife management areas
J Bluwstein, F Moyo, RP Kicheleri
Conservation and Society 14 (3), 218-231, 2016
Between dependence and deprivation: the interlocking nature of land alienation in Tanzania
J Bluwstein, JF Lund, K Askew, H Stein, C Noe, R Odgaard, F Maganga, ...
Journal of Agrarian Change 18 (4), 806-830, 2018
From colonial fortresses to neoliberal landscapes in Northern Tanzania: a biopolitical ecology of wildlife conservation
J Bluwstein
Journal of Political Ecology 25 (1), 144-168, 2018
Impact of Tanzania’s Wildlife Management Areas on household wealth
A Keane, JF Lund, J Bluwstein, ND Burgess, MR Nielsen, K Homewood
Nature Sustainability 3 (3), 226-233, 2020
The economic and social viability of Tanzanian Wildlife Management Areas
K Homewood, J Bluwstein, JF Lund, A Keane, MR Nielsen, M Msuha, ...
Policy Brief Nr. 4, October 2015, 2015
Bringing back complex socio-ecological realities to the study of CBNRM impacts: a response to Lee and Bond (2018)
P Brehony, J Bluwstein, JF Lund, P Tyrrell
Journal of Mammalogy 99 (6), 1539-1542, 2018
A quasi-experimental study of impacts of Tanzania's wildlife management areas on rural livelihoods and wealth.
J Bluwstein, K Homewood, JF Lund, MR Nielsen, N Burgess, M Msuha, ...
Scientific data 5, 2018
Transformation is not a metaphor
J Bluwstein
Political Geography, 102450, 2021
Resisting Legibility: State and Conservation Boundaries, Pastoralism, and the Risk of Dispossession through Geospatial Surveys in Tanzania
J Bluwstein
Rural Landscapes: Society, Environment, History 6 (1), 2019
Biopolitical Landscapes. Governing People and Spaces through Conservation in Tanzania
J Bluwstein
PhD Thesis, University of Copenhagen,, 2018
Quests for Justice and Mechanisms of Suppression in Flint, Michigan
RL Rutt, J Bluwstein
Environmental Justice 10 (2), 27-35, 2017
Problematizing debates on wildlife conservation and the war on poaching
J Bluwstein
Conservation Biology 30 (4), 692-693, 2016
When conservation research goes awry: A reply to Mascia and Mills (2018)
JF Lund, J Bluwstein
Conservation Letters 11 (3), e12461, 2018
Commentary: Underestimating the Challenges of Avoiding a Ghastly Future
J Bluwstein, AP Asiyanbi, A Dutta, A Huff, JF Lund, SP De Rosa, ...
Frontiers in Conservation Science 2, 2021
Sustainable extensification as an alternative model for reducing GHG emissions from agriculture. The case of an extensively managed organic farm in Denmark
J Bluwstein, M Braun, CB Henriksen
Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 39 (5), 551-579, 2015
Why “Warning to Humanity” gets the socio-ecological crisis (and its solutions) wrong
SP De Rosa, J Bluwstein
Entitle Blog, 2017
In search of conservation impact. A comment on Schusser 2012: Who determines biodiversity? An analysis of actors' power and interests in community forestry in Namibia
J Bluwstein, JF Lund, K Balooni
Forest Policy and Economics 38, 227-228, 2014
Historical Political Ecology of the Tarangire Ecosystem: From Colonial Legacies, to Contested Histories, Towards Convivial Conservation?
J Bluwstein
Tarangire: Human-Wildlife Coexistence in a Fragmented Ecosystem, 25, 2022
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