Zoe holds an MA in International Relations from Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires where her thesis research focused on indigenous land rights in the context of soy, mining and tourism development in Argentina. Her current research at the Institute for Social Studies (ISS) focuses on land access mechanisms for new and low income farmers in the global north and the social movements that support them.
Z.W. Brent, A. Alonso Fradejas, G. Colque & S. Sauer (2018). The ‘Tenure Guidelines’ as a tool for democratizing land and resource control in Latin America. Third World Quarterly, 39 (7), 1367-1385. doi: 10.1080/01436597.2017.1399058
B. Mckay, A. Alonso-Fradejas, Z.W. Brent, S. Sauer & Y. Xu (2018). China and Latin America: towards a new consensus of resource control? In R Hall, J Liu & B McKay (Eds.), Rural Transformations and Agro-Food Systems: The BRICS and Agrarian Change in the Global South, 1st Edition. Oxon: Routledge
T.M. Kerssen & Z.W. Brent (2017). Grounding the US Food Movement. In The New Food Activism: Opposition, Cooperation, and Collective Action. Oakland: University of California Press
N. Buxton, Z.W. Brent & A. Shattuck (2016). Sowing insecurity: Food and agriculture in a time of climate crisis. In The Secured and the Dispossessed; How the military and corporations are shaping a climate-changed world (pp. 171-189). London: Pluto Press
Z.W. Brent, A. Alonso-Fradejas, S.M. Borras, G. Colque & S. Sauer (2016). The challenge of interpretation and implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security in Latin America. (Extern rapport). Santiago, Chile: FAO
Z.W. Brent (2013). Land Conflicts in Argentina: From resistance to systemic transformation. (Extern rapport, Land & Sovereignty in the Americas, no 4). Oakland: Food First, Institute for Food and Development Policy