Refereed Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Johnson, L. (2019). Becoming ‘enchanted’ in agro-food spaces: Engaging relational frameworks and photo elicitation with farm tour experiences. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 25(11), 1646-1671.
Johnson, L., & Schnakenberg, G. (2017). Gendering strategies for civic agriculture: The case of Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture and the High Country Farm Tour. Journal of Rural Studies, 55, 181-192.
Johnson, L. Schnakenberg, G., & Perdue, N. (2016). Placing local food systems: Farm tours as place-based sustainability education. The Journal of Sustainability Education, 11.
Martusewicz, R. & Johnson, L. (2016). EcoJustice Education. In van der Tuin, I. (Ed.) Gender: Nature. Macmillan Reference USA.
Johnson, L., Howell, J., & Evered, K. (2015). “Where nothing was before”: (Re)producing population and place in Ghana’s Volta River Project. Journal of Cultural Geography, 32(2), 195-213.
Johnson, L. (2015). “Why are you here?” Toward reflexivity, positionality and multivocality at the intersections of research and tourism. In Slocum, S.L., Kline, C. & Holden, A. (Eds.) Scientific Tourism: Researchers as Travelers. Routledge.
Kline, C., Johnson, L., Boone, K. & Hao, H. (2013). Visitor awareness of local issues at emerging destinations: Experiences gleaned from a study abroad course in Ghana. Tourism Review International, 17(3), 195-210.
Boone, K., Kline, C., Johnson, L., Milburn, L.A., & Rieder, K. (2013). Development of visitor identity through study abroad in Ghana. Tourism Geographies, 15(23), 1-24.
Scholarly Book Reviews
Johnson, L. (2013). Review of Critical Debates in Tourism, by Tej Vir Singh. Channel View Publications, 2012. Tourism Analysis, 18(6).
Johnson, L. (2012). Review of The Unheard Truth: Poverty and Human Rights, by Irene Khan. W.W. Norton & Company, 2009.Gendered Perspectives on International Development, 27(3), pp. 31.
Bilheimer, E. (2021). Coping with Climate Anxiety. EcoNews cover story.
Bilheimer, E. (2022). What is the Role of Rest in the Revolution? EcoNews.