Segolene Darly

Segolene Darly
Université de Vincennes - Paris 8 | UP8 · Département de Géographie

PhD

About

88
Publications
12,390
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
805
Citations
Citations since 2017
19 Research Items
489 Citations
2017201820192020202120222023020406080100
2017201820192020202120222023020406080100
2017201820192020202120222023020406080100
2017201820192020202120222023020406080100

Publications

Publications (88)
Article
Full-text available
In this discussion piece, eight scholars in geography, urban planning, and agri-food studies from the United States (US) and France engage in a bi-national comparison to deepen our collective understanding of food and land justice. We specifically contextualize land justice as a critical component of food justice in both the US and France in three...
Article
Full-text available
Cet article a pour objet de présenter le travail réalisé depuis quelques années par une équipe pluridisciplinaire sur la question des conflits d'usage de l'espace et de révéler la méthodologie d'enquête et de collecte de données, ainsi que la structure de la base de données qui en est issue. Dans un premier temps nous procédons à une définition du...
Article
Full-text available
This text aims to present the methodology of study of land-use conflicts performed in recent years by a multidisciplinary team, and to reveal the methods of survey and data collection, as well as the structure of the resulting database. We first define the scope of our study by providing a definition of these conflicts, of their characteristics and...
Article
Full-text available
This paper explores home gardening geography in metropolitan outskirts, seen as a major asset and challenge of the alternative suburban city model. Studies that estimate the domestic production of backyard gardens are scarce, but they all confirm the persistence of an ancient and “ordinary” phenomenon still firmly rooted in the food landscape of th...
Article
Full-text available
Après un retour sur des écrits de géographie économique et de sociologie du travail qui ont traditionnellement analysé la place des migrants comme travailleurs de l’activité agricole, l’article envisage la bibliographie issue des recherches sur la mobilité pour questionner le rôle de l’agriculture comme ressource au cœur du projet migratoire des po...
Technical Report
Research brief published in CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute online newsletter. Access at: http://www.cunyurbanfoodpolicy.org/news/2018/12/11/lscislvsr7spj7834v9ls796n6xm7h
Article
Full-text available
Based on the extended case study of urban agriculture in Paris and its suburbs, this article illustrates the shift in land regulation and ownership structures that follows the neoliberalization of the urban economy and its impact on the dynamics of urban agriculture initiatives. Our findings highlight the fact that as urban agriculture struggles to...
Article
The aim of this special issue is to shed light on the nature and role of stakeholders linked to open space, instead of focusing only on its topographical dimensions to map the place of empty spaces in the city. Doing so, we propose to overstep the negative vision that private stakeholders and public interests are irreconcilable. Private initiatives...
Article
Full-text available
Les données permettant d’analyser la conflictualité sont peu nombreuses, et souvent lacunaires, pour deux raisons principales : le faible intérêt marqué pour ce domaine jusqu’aux années 2000 et la forme complexe prise par les conflits (tribunaux, médiatisation, violence…), ce qui interdit l’usage d’une seule variable représentative. Le chercheur do...
Article
Full-text available
Lefebvre’s call for a right to the city was made in a particular historical moment, known as the early worldwide expansion of industrial capitalism and the urbanization of societies. The questions raised by the concept were, and are still, addressed primarily in the field of urban studies, even though the author stated that they are not tied to a p...
Article
Full-text available
Les données permettant d’analyser la conflictualité sont peu nombreuses, et souvent lacunaires, pour deux raisons principales : le faible intérêt marqué pour ce domaine jusqu’aux années 2000 et la forme complexe prise par les conflits (tribunaux, médiatisation, violence…), ce qui interdit l’usage d’une seule variable représentative. Le chercheur do...
Article
Full-text available
10 Rural, natural and peri-urban areas seem nowadays to become the object of conflicts and tensions because of their multi-11 functional nature. If these conflicts issue from opposing views about the use of land, they are also determined by the 12 spatial parameters that characterize the pieces of land affected by the projects of land-use transform...
Article
Our research sheds light on the diversification dynamics of Alternative Agri-Food Networks (AAFNs) by focusing on the case of the collective catering sector in the Greater Paris region (Ile-de-France). To analyze the diversity of AAFNs, we distinguish the proximate AAFNs, here connected to urban agriculture, from extended AAFNs between distant cons...
Article
Full-text available
This text aims to present the methodology of study of land-use conflicts performed in recent years by a multidisciplinary team, and to reveal the methods of survey and data collection, as well as the structure of the resulting database. We first define the scope of our study by providing a definition of these conflicts, of their characteristics and...
Article
L'idée de dédier un dossier spécifique à la dimension "écologisation" des politiques publiques agricoles date du colloque national "Ecologisation des politiques publiques et des pratiques agricoles" qui s'est tenu du 16 au 18 mars 2011, en Avignon - organisé par l'UR d'Ecodéveloppement, Inra-centre de recherche d'Avignon.
Chapter
Full-text available
Empirical observation of the forms of agriculture developing on the periphery of cities reveals the generalized presence of particular types of production or commercialization, which explains why certain sectors, such as the vegetable growing industry or the associated agricultural production, are sometimes called "peri-urban agro-industries". Howe...
Article
Full-text available
The aim of this article is to help gain a better understanding of the conflicts over farmland uses and of their interdependence with the dynamics of territorial governance mechanisms that are emerging in metropolitan rural areas. The example retained is that of the conflicts over farmland uses observed in the Greater Paris Region, and of their link...
Article
This paper tackles the implementation of short distribution channels, for school catering, in the periurban belt of the Greater Paris area. We mean to show that such strategies are grounded on the building of actor networks, whose initiators are people involved in agricultural development. Framing the common goals of such channels relies on negotia...
Article
Full-text available
Paris, a farming city? Agricultural productions and land use occupation at stake By examining the relation between the greater Paris Region and its agriculture, this paper sheds light on the questions of food for the city, land occupation and landscapes amenities. Farms occupy nowadays 50 % of the whole surface of the region, but the economic weigh...
Article
This paper tackles the implementation of short distribution channels, for school catering, in the periurban belt of the Greater Paris area. We mean to show that such strategies are grounded on the building of actor networks, whose initiators are people involved in agricultural development. Framing the common goals of such channels relies on negotia...
Book
Empirical observation of the forms of agriculture developing at the periphery of cities reveals the generalized presence of particular types of production or commercialisation, which explains why certain sectors, such as the vegetable growing industry or the proximate agricultural productions, are sometimes called ¬´ peri-urban agro-industries ¬...
Article
Coastal zones undergo rapid changes due to great human pressure. Ruled by specific land use regulations, they are the scene of a variety of conflicts which tend to be more numerous than those located in the further inland. Some of them are brought to court by actors. Among the literature dedicated to opposition process, little has been written on t...
Article
We show, in this paper, how the conflictual processes contribute to the redefining of the local-based dimensions of agriculture. This argument is developed thanks to the study of a series of land use conflicts related to agriculture and localised in the Ile-de-France (greater Paris area). The conflicts are listed from the analysis of daily regional...
Chapter
Full-text available
In France, where state governance is still highly centralized, the main objective of urban food policies has been determined after a nationwide consultation (the “Grenelle de l’environnement”). It prescribes that, by the end of 2012, 20% of the food served in schools must be cooked from organic products. In the greater Paris region (or Ile-de-Franc...
Article
We show, in this paper, how the conflictual processes contribute to the redefining of the local-based dimensions of agriculture. This argument is developed thanks to the study of a series of land use conflicts related to agriculture and localised in the Ile-de-France (greater Paris area). The conflicts are listed from the analysis of daily regional...
Article
Full-text available
Empirical observation of the forms of agriculture developing at the periphery of cities reveals the generalized presence of particular types of production or commercialisation, which explains why certain sectors, such as the vegetable growing industry or the proximate agricultural productions, are sometimes called ¬´ peri-urban agro-industries ¬...
Article
Full-text available
This article aims to present the research conducted in recent years by a multidisciplinary team on the questions of land-use conflict, and to reveal the methodology of survey and data collection, as well as the structure of the resulting database. We first define the scope of our study by providing a definition of these conflicts, of their characte...
Article
Full-text available
2010, Comprendre la dynamique des espaces ouverts agricoles franciliens par un diagnostic des conflits d'usage, in Ba A.H. et Zentelin J.L. (eds), La dimension culturelle du développement, L'Harmattan, Paris.
Thesis
Nous analysons dans cette thèse les processus conflictuels qui régulent la coexistence entre ville et agriculture au sein des couronnes périurbaines. Nous nous penchons plus particulièrement sur les dimensions spatiales et territoriales de ces processus, avec pour objectif principal d’en dégager les dynamiques régionales. Pour cela, nous nous fondo...
Article
Cette communication vise à offrir un cadre de réflexion théorique et méthodologique sur la géographie sociale de l'action contentieuse. La communication vise à offrir un cadre de réflexion théorique et méthodologique sur la géographie sociale de l'action contentieuse. Elle prendra appui sur le contentieux administratif dans le département de l'Héra...
Article
Full-text available
The aim of this paper is to describe the relationship between conflictive processes and the emergence of innovative local governance tools. We analyse the example of “agri-urban programmes” in the Paris metropolitan region and their relation to spatial conflicts linked to agriculture. The existence of these conflicts is ascertained from the reading...
Article
La gouvernance des territoires périurbains est en partie structurée par les oppositions locales pour l'utilisation de l'espace et par les processus conflictuels qui y sont liés. Nous partons de l'hypothèse que ces derniers constituent un moyen d'observation privilégié des modalités de gestion des espaces agricoles métropolitains, des évolutions qui...
Article
Full-text available
This paper is inspired by the fact that territorial governance, in periurban areas, is dependant of conflictual antagonisms. The territorial differentiation of governance in the Île-de-France periurban area can therefore be analysed thanks to conflicts geography. This method is applied to seven periurban territories of the Île-de-France region, usi...
Article
The aim of this paper is to describe the relationship between conflictive processes and the emergence of innovative local governance tools. We analyse the example of “agri-urban programmes” in the Paris metropolitan region and their relation to spatial conflicts linked to agriculture. The existence of these conflicts is ascertained from the reading...
Article
This paper is inspired by the fact that territorial governance, in periurban areas, is dependant of conflictual antagonisms. The territorial differentiation of governance in the Île-de-France periurban area can therefore be analysed thanks to conflicts geography. This method is applied to seven periurban territories of the Île-de-France region, usi...

Network

Cited By

Projects

Projects (3)
Project
I have analysed land-use conflicts, local public decisions, food quality supply chain, and technological and numerical innovations in agriculture to understand more farmers’ behaviour. My works in Economics have focused on the analysis of the implementation of local public policies and collective action challenging public choices in the changing context of rural areas.