Dr. Boucquey's Peer-Reviewed Publications
Fly, Jessie, and Noëlle Boucquey (2023). “Flows of Care in ‘Third Places’: The Role of Shore Fishing Spaces in Collective Wellbeing.” Wellbeing, Space and Society, 2023, (4):100128. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wss.2023.100128
Boonstra, Wiebren Johannes, Noëlle Boucquey, Andrew Kenneth Carlson, Lauren Drakopulos, Jessie Fly, Sofie Joosse, Sarita Panchang, Meghna Narang Marjadi, Anja Rieser, and Hanna Charlotta Wernersson (2022). Correspondence: “Urban Fishing Reveals Underrepresented Diversity.” Nature Food 3(5):295–295. https://doi.org/10.1038/s43016-022-00501-2
Noëlle Boucquey and Jessie Fly (2021). “Contested Commoning: Urban Fishing Spaces and Community Wellbeing.” International Journal of the Commons 15 (1): 305–19. https://doi.org/10.5334/ijc.1095.
Noëlle Boucquey (2020). “The ‘nature’ of Fisheries Governance: Narratives of Environment, Politics, and Power and their Implications for Changing Seascapes.” Journal of Political Ecology 27 (1), 169–89. https://doi.org/10.2458/v26i1.23248.
Campbell, Lisa M., Kevin St. Martin, Luke Fairbanks, Noëlle Boucquey, and Sarah Wise (2020). “The Portal Is the Plan: Governing US Oceans in Regional Assemblages.” Maritime Studies, Online April 22, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40152-020-00173-3.
Noëlle Boucquey and Lisa M. Campbell (2019). "Fishing for Food and Fun: How fishing practices mediate physical and discursive relationships with the sea in Carteret County, North Carolina, USA." In At Home on the Waves: Human Habitation of the Sea from the Mesolithic to Today, Tanya J. King and Gary Robinson, eds. New York: Berghahn
Noëlle Boucquey, Luke Fairbanks, Kevin St. Martin, Lisa M. Campbell, and Sarah Wise (2019). "Ocean Data Portals: Performing a new infrastructure for ocean governance," Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 (3), 484-503 https://doi.org/10.1177/0263775818822829
Fairbanks, Luke, Noëlle Boucquey, Lisa M. Campbell, and Sarah Wise (2019). “Remaking Oceans Governance: Critical Perspectives on Marine Spatial Planning.” Environment and Society 10 (1), 122–140.
Luke Fairbanks, Lisa M. Campbell, Noëlle Boucquey & Kevin St. Martin (2018). “Assembling Enclosure: Reading Marine Spatial Planning for Alternatives,” Annals of the American Association of Geographers 108 (1), 144-161. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2017.1345611
Noëlle Boucquey (2017). “‘That's my livelihood, it's your fun’: The conflicting moral economies of commercial and recreational fishing.” Journal of Rural Studies 54, 138-150. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2017.06.018
Noëlle Boucquey, Luke Fairbanks, Kevin St. Martin, Lisa M. Campbell, and Bonnie McCay (2016). “The ontological politics of marine spatial planning: Assembling the ocean and shaping the capacities of ‘Community’ and ‘Environment’.” Geoforum 75, 1-11. doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.06.014
Noëlle Boucquey (2016). “Actors and Audiences: Negotiating Fisheries Management”, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 18 (4), 426-446. DOI: 10.1080/1523908X.2015.1116377.
Lisa M. Campbell, Noëlle Boucquey, Joshua Stoll, Henry Coppola, Martin D. Smith (2014). “From vegetable box to seafood cooler: applying the Community Supported Agriculture model to fisheries.” Society and Natural Resources 27(1): 88-106.
Noëlle Boucquey, Lisa M. Campbell, Gabriel Cumming, Zoë A. Meletis, Carla Norwood, and Joshua Stoll (2012). “Interpreting Amenities, Envisioning the Future: Common Ground and Conflict in North Carolina’s Rural Coastal Communities.” GeoJournal 77(1): 83-101. DOI: 10.1007/s10708-010-9387-1.