Peer- Reviewed Journal Articles

Google Scholar

  • Stein, A. and Brinkley, C. (2023). Farm to Food Bank: Exploring the Ties between Local Food Producers and Charitable Food Assistance. Rural Sociology.
  • Brinkley, C. (2022) After Hardin  Journal of Planning Theory
  • Raj, S; Roodbar, S. Brinkley, C. (2022) Food Security and Climate Change: Differences in impacts and adaptation strategies for rural communities in the Global South and North. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems.  
  • Brinkley, C., & Leach, A. (2019). Energy next door: a meta-analysis of energy infrastructure impact on housing value. Energy Research & Social Science50, 51-65.
  • Brinkley, C. (2017). Fringe Benefits: Adding Rugosity to the Urban Interface in Theory and Practice. Journal of Planning Literature, 0885412217726772.
  • Brinkley, C, Chrisinger, B, and Hillier, A. (2013). Tradition of Healthy Food Access in Low-income Neighborhoods: Price and Variety of Produce Vending Compared to Conventional Retail, Journal of Agriculture Food Systems and Community Development. 41(11): 155169.
Reports and Policy Briefs
  • Horst, M; Raj, S.; Brinkley, C. (2016) Getting Outside the Supermarket Box: Alternatives to “Food Deserts” Progressive Planning (207).
  • Brinkley, C and Leach, A. (2016). District Heating for California: A Path to Green Energy and Sustainable Forest Management,” UC Center Sacramento Policy Brief, 1(5): October 6th
  • World Livestock 2012: Livestock in Food Security. (2011). Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Book Chapters
  • Brinkley, C and Kingsley, S (2017). “Urban Animal Welfare in Backyard Livestock” in Advances in Agricultural Animal Welfare. Ed. Joy Mench. (peer-reviewed book chapter).
  • Horst, M; Brinkley, C; Martin, K. “SUB-Urban Agriculture Across the Country” in Cities of Farmers: Problems, Possibilities and Processes of Producing Food in Cities Eds. Julie Dawson and Alfonso Morales. Iowa Press. (peer-reviewed book chapter).