Rodriguez Castro, L. (2021). Decolonial Feminisms, Power and Place: Sentipensando with Rural Women in Colombia. Palgrave.

Refereed Journal Articles

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2020). The politics of memory in post-accord Colombia: interventions from women social leaders and decolonial feminisms. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 1-14.

Rodriguez Castro, L., Brady, M., & Cook, K. (2020). Negotiating ‘ideal worker’ and intensive mothering ideologies: Australian mothers’ emotional geographies during their commutes. Social & Cultural Geography, 1-19. doi:10.1080/14649365.2020.1757140. 

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2020). ‘We are not poor things’: territorio cuerpo-tierra and Colombian women’s organised struggles. Feminist Theory.

Baker, S., Buttigieg, B., Cantillon, Z. Pavlidis, A., Rodriguez Castro, L., & Watson, A. (2020). “Getting students to ‘Do’ introductory sociology: Analysis of a blended and flipped interactive workshop model”, Journal of Sociology.

Pavlidis, A., Rodriguez Castro, L., & Kennelly, M. (2020). Shame, pain and fame: Sportswomen losing in Australia’s mainstream media reporting. Sport in Society.

Pavlidis, A., Kennelly, M., & Rodriguez Castro, L. (2019). White women smiling? Media representations of women at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Sociology of Sport Journal

Zhang, V., Kelly, D.L., Rodriguez Castro, L. et al. (2019). Experiential attunements in an illuminated city at night: A pedagogical writing experiment. GeoHumanities.

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2017). The embodied countryside: Methodological reflections in place. Sociologia Ruralis, 58(2), 293-311.

Rodriguez Castro, L., Pini, B., & Baker, S. (2016). The global countryside: Peasant women negotiating, recalibrating and resisting rural change in Colombia. Gender, Place & Culture, 23(11), 1547-1559.

Special Issues

Pini, B., Mayes, R., & Rodriguez Castro, L. (2017). Introduction: beyond stock photographs – imagining, experiencing, and researching rural education. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 38(3), 321-327.

Edited Books

Pini, B., Mayes, R., & Rodriguez Castro, L. (Eds.) (2018). Rurality and Education. Routledge.

Scholarly Book Chapters

Pini, B., Mayes, R., & Rodriguez Castro, L. (2020). Rurality, geography and feminism: Troubling relationships. In A. Datta et al. (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Gender and Feminist Geographies. London: Routledge.

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2018). Feeling-thinking for a feminist participatory visual ethnography. In D. Kember & M. Corbett (Eds.), Structuring the Thesis – Matching Method, Paradigm, Theory and Findings. Springer.

Pini, B., Mayes, R., & Rodriguez Castro, L. (2018). Introduction: beyond stock photographs – imagining, experiencing, and researching rural education. In B. Pini, R. Mayes & L. Rodriguez Castro (Eds.), Rurality and Education. Routledge.

Book Reviews

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2016). Book Review: Globalization Development and Social Justice: A Propositional Political Approach by El Khoury, A., 2015, Geographical Research, 54, 110-111.

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2015). Book Review: The Australian country girl: History, image and experience by Driscoll, C., 2014. Australian Geographer, 46(4), 1-2.

Creative/Academic Works

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2019). Planting peace. Pink Cover Zine, Edition 4, 7;32. [Solicited Submission].

Rodriguez Castro, L., Watson, A. & Trayhurn S. (Eds.) (2018). Affect, knowledge and embodiment: A critical feminist arts/research zine, Edition 1. Frances Street Press. ISSN 2651-8724 (Online).

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2018). Enacting otherworlds. So-Fi Zine, Edition 4, 15-20. [Solicited Submission]. Frances Street Press.

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2018). Home. So-Fi Zine, Edition 2, 48-49. Frances Street Press.

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2016). ‘Homenaje a la mujer campesina’, Photographic Exhibition in Mercado Campesino, March, Toca, Colombia.

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2016). ‘Homenaje a la mujer campesina’, Photographic Exhibition in Mercado Campesino Mi Canasta, June, Minca, Colombia.

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2013). ‘The triple shift, Colombia’, Photographic Exhibition at The Pines Gallery, Creative Industries Gold Coast, March, Gold Coast, Australia.


Rodriguez Castro, L. (2020). “Unlearning and sentipensando (Feeling-thinking) with decolonial feminisms”, The Ediths Roundtable Series: Thinking-with Interdisciplinary Feminist Research Practices, October 13, Edith Cowan University (Online). 

Rodriguez Castro, L (2019), ‘Feeling-thinking for feminist participatory research in Abya Yala’, Latin American Research Forum, 9 April, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

Rodriguez Castro, L and Buttigieg, B (2018), ‘Teaching with Twitter and learning to love the tweet’, 29 July, University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Rodriguez Castro, L (2018), ‘Mothers’ emotions during their home-work-childcare commutes: New insights into the need for workplace and urban infrastructure change’, Research Forum on Childcare Flexibility and Inflexibility, November 19, Swinburne University, Melbourne.

Rodriguez Castro, L. (2018), ‘Working within entanglement: Considering epistemologies in participatory visual research’, AKE: A critical feminist arts/research Masterclass, November 16, Monash University, Melbourne.

Rodriguez Castro, L (2018) ‘Addressing violence in the global countryside: Reflections from rural Colombia’, Panel ­– Global Rural Futures: Shaping a Research Agenda, International Symposium on the Global Countryside, September 13-15, Newtown, Wales.

Rodriguez Castro, L (2017), ‘Resistencias y negociaciones con los feminismos desde la Colombia rural’ and ‘El campo global: Negociaciones y resistencias de las campesinas Colombianas al cambio rural’, ALAS Conference, December 3-8, Montevideo.

Rodriguez Castro, L (2017), ‘
Troubling feminism: Re-signifying the home as a place of resistance and negotiation for campesina women in Colombia’, IAG Conference, July 11-14, Brisbane.

Rodriguez Castro, L (2016), ‘Looking through the lens of everyday practices and feminisms: Unveiling agency un a case study with Colombian campesinas’, LAEMOS Conference, April 6-9, Viña del Mar.

Rodriguez Castro, L (2016), ‘Feminist methodologies and visual methods: Navigating the field in a Colombian rural town’, 63rd Annual Meeting of SECOLAS, March 9-13, Cartagena.