Daniel Banoub

Daniel Banoub completed his PhD in Geography at the University of Manchester and is currently an OFI Postdoctoral

Fellow in the Department of Geography at Memorial University. His research examines the historical-geographical political economy of resource extraction in Newfoundland and Labrador, with a focus on fisheries, aquaculture, and mining.

Dr. Charles Mather

PhD University of Manchester, Geography (2012-2016)
MA York University, Social Anthropology (2009-2011)
(Hons) Memorial University, Anthropology (2005-2009)

Research interests
Historical geography, environmental economic geography, feminist political economy, environmental history, histories of science, resource extraction, North Atlantic world


Banoub D 2019 Black Monday, 1894: saltfish, credit, and the ecology of politics in Newfoundland. Atlantic Studies doi: 10.1080/14788810.2019.1666646

 Banoub D 2018 Buying vitamins: Newfoundland cod liver oil and the real subsumption of nature, 1919-1939 Geoforum 92 1-8 doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.03.002

 Arboleda M and Banoub D 2018 Market Monstrosity in Industrial Fishing: Capital as Subject and the Urbanization of Nature Social and Cultural Geography 19(1), 120-138 doi: 10.1080/14649365.2016.1266025

Banoub D 2017 Natural Resources Wiley-AAG International Encyclopedia of Geography Richard- son D, Castree N, Goodchild M, Liu W, Kobayashi A & Marston R eds Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford and Malden doi: 10.1002/9781118786352.wbieg0496

Bavington D and Banoub D 2016 Marine Fish Farming and the Blue Revolution: Culturing Cod Fisheries in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada London Journal of Canadian Studies 31(1) 35-44 doi: 10.14324/111.444.ljcs.2016v31.004

Banoub D 2015 Fish stocks in crisis: Why can’t we exploit fish sustainably? Geography Review 28(3) 10-14

Banoub D 2014 Book Review: Saving global fisheries: reducing fishing capacity to promote sustainability by Barkin S and DeSombre E R Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 32(1) 187-188 doi: 10.1068/c3201rv4

Banoub D 2014 Book Review: Fields and Streams: Stream Restoration, Neoliberalism, and the Future of Environmental Science by Lave R Progress in Human Geography 38(4) 628-629 doi: 10.1177/0309132513496962

Banoub D 2012 Fogo Island Arriving: An Anti-Essentialist Reading of the Production of Place Newfoundland and Labrador Studies 27(1) 33-62 doi: 10.15127/1.302724


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