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Dr Perrine Vandenbroucke

Dr Perrine Vandenbroucke
Associate professor, Geography


Expertise
Relationships between agriculture and territories, agricultural and rural policies


Research Unit
Rural Studies Laboratory

Key Words

Territorial governance, Territorial development, agriculture, collective gardens, public policies, Farm systems

 

Research projects

  • JARDIN’R: Gardener renewal in rural areas: melting pot and revealing of food, social, economic and environmental transitions (2021 – 2024). Co-coordinator of the projet – Leader for Governance and Lanscape management WP
  • AE4EU Agroecology For Europe (2021 – 2024). Task leader on Agroecology Territories
  • TERRAE: Agroecology Territories : Transitions towards sustainable agricultural and food systems, France. Coordination of the global projet- research on governance of agroecological and food transition for territories
  • JASSUR: Urban Community Gardens and sustainable cities, France. Coordination of WP2 on governance of collective gardens

 

Teaching activities

  • Public policies, landscape management and rural development
  • Agricultural Policies
  • Coordinator of the specialization in Territories and Sustainable Development

 

Professional experience and training

  • 2011-… : Associate professor, ISARA
  • 2007-2013: PhD Fellow, Geography, Laboratoire d’études rurales, Université Lyon 2, France. Thesis: Territorialization of farm system: from a sectoral farm system to a territorial farm system. Farm systems, farmers and territories in the Monts du Lyonnais and in the French part of Flanders from 1970 to 2010.
  • 2001-2005: Double degree Engineer and Msc in Geography at AgroParisTech, Paris, France. Thesis: Dynamics and sustainability of farm system in Budapest region

Publications

 

  • Vandenbroucke, P., Delfosse, C. (2019) « Transitions alimentaires en rural : pratiques et représentations habitantes. », Food transition in rural areas : inhabitants practices and representations
  • Bulletin de l’Association des Géographes Français 96–4, 585–600. https://doi.org/10.4000/bagf.5903
  • Vandenbroucke, P., Jabrin, M., Guirimand, L., Heinisch, C., Brives, H. (2020) « Le territoire comme catalyseur de la transition agroécologique », Territory As A Catalyst For Agroecological Transition in: Les Transitions Agroécologiques en France : Enjeux, Conditions et Modalités Du Changement, Territoires. Presses Universitaires Blaise-Pascal, pp. 113–130.
  • Vandenbroucke P., Canavese M., Dacheux-Auzières B., Grenet M., Mouhot L., Berthier N., Melin G., Pouvesle C., Rémy E., Consalès J.-N (2018) « Derrière l’utopie du jardin collectif, la complexité d’un projet social, technique et politique »,  Under the ideal of collective garden, complexity of a social, technical and political project, Géographie et cultures, n°103, 19-37.
  • Wezel A., Brives H.,  Casagrande M., Clément C., Dufour A.,  Vandenbroucke P. (2016), « Agroecology territories: places for sustainable agricultural and food systems and biodiversity conservation”, Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, n°40/2, pp. 132-144
  • Mundler P., Consalès J.-N., Melin G., Pouvesle C. et Vandenbroucke P. (2014), « Tous agriculteurs ? L’agriculture urbaine et ses frontières », Is everyone a farmer ? Urban agriculture and its limits Géocarrefour, 89 /1-2, pp. 53-63
  • Vandenbroucke P. et Pluvinage J. (2014) “D’une exploitation sectorielle à une exploitation territoriale”, From sectoral farm system to territorial farm system, dans : Gasselin P., Choisis J.-P., Petit S. and Purseigle F., L’agriculture en famille : travailler, réinventer, transmettre, Ouvrage en open access, EDP Sciences, pp. 223-239