1. Introduction: agri-environmental governance as assemblage Part I: Assembling ontologies: multiplicities and agencies 2. Assembling payments for ecosystem services in Wales 3. Carolina dreamin’: A case for understanding farmers’ decision-making and hybrid agri-environmental governance initiatives as complex assemblages 4. Killing two (or more) birds with one stone: the case of governance through multifunctionality payments in Japan 5. Assembling halloumi: contesting the EU’s food quality label policy in the Republic of Cyprus 6. From ‘disciplinary societies’ to ‘societies of control’: an historical narrative of agri-environmental governance in Indonesia Part II: The politics of territorialisation 7. Assembling value in carbon forestry: practices of assemblage, overflows and counter-performativities in Ugandan carbon forestry 8. Not defined by the numbers: distinction, dissent and democratic possibilities in debating the data 9. Media, decentralization, and assemblage responses to water quality deterioration in Uruguay 10. The "dirty diarying" campaign in New Zealand: constructing problems and assembling responses 11. Beyond soyisation – Donau Soja as assemblage Part III: Assemblage for building new AEG practices 12. The politics of big data: corporate agri-food governance meets "weak" resistance 13. Assemblage and the epistemology of practice: imagining situated water governance
Jérémie Forney is Assistant Professor, Anthropology Institute, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
Chris Rosin is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Tourism, Sport and Society, Lincoln University, New Zealand.
Hugh Campbell is Chair in Sociology, Department of Sociology, Gender and Social Work, University of Otago, New Zealand.