Category Archives: Reflections

Homa Hoodfar’s Incarceration

My colleague and friend, Dr. Homa Hoodfar has been held in Tehran’s Evin prison since June 6th on unclear charges. Amnesty International considers her to be a prisoner of conscience. I have known Homa since 1990, when she came to … Continue reading

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Presentations to the Water-Food-Energy-Climate Nexus Event – Memphis

The two presentations I made at the ICRPS/RPLC Preconference to the OECD Conference in Memphis (May 18, 2015) can be read below and on my Research page.   Reimer, Bill, Joshua Barrett, and Kelly Vodden (2015) “The Water-Food-Energy-Climate Nexus: An … Continue reading

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NRE/Festschrift papers published

Five of the papers presented at the New Rural Economy project and Festschrift have now been published in the Journal of Community and Rural Development. They can be accessed via the following links. Looker, E. Dianne “Supportive communities and a … Continue reading

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Webinar on Québec Rural Policy

Bruno Jean and Bill Reimer gave a Webinar on Québec’s rural policy under the auspices of the Governance Theme Team of the RPLC. You can get copies of the presentation slides and recording via the links below. Jean, Bruno and … Continue reading

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NRE/Reimer Festschrift

Speaking notes, a photo, and the Program Schedule from the NRE Celebration event at the CRRF National Conference can be found via the Research -> Presentations link: Reimer, Bill (2013) “NRE-Reimer Festschrift: Speaking Notes” Presentation to the NRE Symposium, Thunder … Continue reading

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Rural Research Workshop Presentation

Reimer, Bill (2012) “What I have learned: Rural Research Workshop – 2012” Keynote presentation to the 2nd Annual Rural Research Workshop, Ottawa ON, May 25. For more materials click on the “Research” link.

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