Paul Stock

Paul Stock
  • Associate Professor
  • Sociology and the Environmental Studies Program

Contact Info

Fraser Hall, Room 721


Paul is an environmental and rural sociologist with a primary interest in family farmers. Specifically, how do farmers respond to changes in the international economy? This work is also related to interests in environmental ethics, justice and agriculture, agricultural social movements, and the culture and symbolism of farming as it relates to policy.


Teaching interests:

  • environment
  • food
  • agriculture
  • rural sociology

Selected Publications

Stock, P. (2019). STOCK, PAUL. New Farmers 2014/2018. P & T Committee. [9780578433134].
Stock, P. STOCK, PAUL. The Good Farmer: Culture and Identity in Food and Agriculture. Routledge/Earthscan. [9781138727960].