BA: University of British Columbia
MA, PhD: University of Toronto
Post-Doctoral Fellow: York University
Food studies, food sovereignty; public anthropology, feminist anthropology, development and globalization; anthropology of health; place-based and qualitative methods
Phillips, L. and S. Cole, Contesting Publics: Feminism, Activism, Ethnography, Pluto Press, 2013, with Marie-Eve Carrier-Moisan and Erica Lagalisse.
Ilcan, S. and L. Phillips, eds. Transgressing Borders: Critical Perspectives on Gender, Household, Culture. South Hadley, MA: Bergin & Garvey, pp. 260, 1998.
Phillips, L., ed. The Third Wave of Modernization in Latin America: Cultural Perspectives on Neoliberalism. Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources Press, Jaguar Books Series, pp. 200, 1998.
Cole, S. and L. Phillips, eds. Ethnographic Feminisms: Essays in Anthropology. Carleton/McGill Queen’s University Press, pp. 300, 1995.
Refereed Journal Articles:
Phillips, L. 2012. Eating Cars: Food, Politics and Pedagogy, and Politics in a ‘Community in Crisis’. Environnement Urbain/Urban Environment 6: 64-73.
Ilcan, S. and L. Phillips. 2010. “Developmentalities and Calculative Practices: The Millennium Development Goals. Antipode, 42(4): 844-874.
Phillips, L. and S. Cole. 2009. “Feminist Flows, Feminist Fault Lines: Women’s Machineries and Women’s Movements in Latin America,” Signs, 35(1): 185-210.
Phillips, L. and S. Cole. 2008. “Governing through Accountabilities: Gender Equality and the UN,” Atlantis 33(1): 25-36
Ilcan, S. and Phillips, L. 2008. “Global Knowledge Networks and Community-Making” Current Sociology, 56(5): 711-734.
Cole, S. and L. Phillips. 2008. “The Violence against Women Campaigns in Latin America: New Feminist Alliances” Feminist Criminology, 3(2): 145-168.
Phillips, L. and S. Ilcan. 2007. “Responsible Expertise: Governing the Uncertain Subjects of Biotechnology” Critique of Anthropology, 27(1): 103-126.
Phillips, L. 2006. “Food and Globalization” Annual Review of Anthropology, 35: 37-57.
Ilcan, S. and L. Phillips. 2006. “Governing Peace: Rationalities of Security and UNESCO’s Culture of Peace Campaign” Anthropologica, 48: 59-71.
Phillips, L. 2005. “Gender Mainstreaming: The Global Governance of Women?” Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 26: 651-663.
Phillips, L. and S. Ilcan. 2004. “Capacity Building: The Neoliberal Governance of Development” Canadian Journal of Development Studies 25(3): 393-409.
Phillips, L. and S. Ilcan. 2003. “‘A World Free From Hunger’: Global Imagination and Governance in the Age of Scientific Management” Sociologia Ruralis, 43(4): 434-453.
Ilcan, S. and L. Phillips. 2003. “Making Food Count: Expert Knowledge and Global Technologies of Government” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 40(4): 441-462.
L. Phillips and S. Ilcan. 2002. “Numerical Governance and Expertise: The FAO before WID” Atlantis, 26(2): 33-38.
Ilcan, S, and L. Phillips. 2000. “Mapping Populations: The United Nations, Globalization, and Engendered Spaces, 1948-1960” Alternatives (Leeds University, UK), 25: 467-489.
Chapters in Books:
Phillips, L. 2013. “Feminism and Post-Neoliberal Publics” Contesting Publics, Pluto, pp. 80-105.
Phillips, L. 2012. “The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations”, Encyclopedia of Global Studies, M. Juergensmeyer and H. Anheier, eds., Sage Publications.
Phillips, L. 2010. “Genders, Spaces, Places” International Studies Encyclopedia, Robert Denemark, ed., West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Press, pp. 2773-2790.
Ilcan, S. and L. Phillips. 2006. “Circulations of Insecurity: Globalizing Food Standards in Historical Perspective.” In J. Bingen and L. Busch (eds.) Agricultural Standards: The Shape of the Global Food and Fiber System, Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Press, pp. 51-72.
Phillips, L. 2004. “Health Moralities in the Tropics: Ethics and the Other.” In B. Gabriel & S. Ilcan (eds.) Postmodernism and the Ethical Subject, Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. 254-270.