- B422, Portland Square, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
PhD Student in Human Geography.
PhD Candidate in Human Geography with 1+3 ESRC scholarship, University of Plymouth
- Nature-Society relations
- Social movements and environmental activism
- The geographies of agriculture and farming
- Activist-research methodologies
- Plant and animal geographies
- Anarchist geographies
Grants & contracts
Economic and Social Research Council 1+3 scholarship at Plymouth University
Molfese C, Beare D, Hall-Spencer JM (2014) Overfishing and the Replacement of Demersal Finfish by Shellfish: An Example from the English Channel. PLoS ONE 9(7): e101506. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0101506
Molfese C (forthcoming) Towards a more-than-human theory of resistance: reflections on intentionality, political collectives and opposition. In: Critical Geographies of Resistance, Edited Collection by Hughes SM, Edward Elgar Publishing.
Reports & invited lectures
Molfese C (2022) An infrastructure of shit and leaves: the generosity of mulch for farming communities autonomy. Session: “Infrastructural Life and the More-Than-Human” at the American Association of Geographers Conference, 25th Feb – 01st Mar, New York, US
Molfese C (2020) (I’m) Going back-to-the-land: more-than-representational journeys into environmental activism. Session: “Embodied mobile lives” at the Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers (RGS-IBG 2021) Annual International Conference, 1 - 4 Sep 2020, London, United Kingdom.
Molfese C (2019) The end of Nature and Politics in the Anthropocene: anarchist traces and possibilities. RGS-IBG 2019 Conference, session: Environmental and Ecological Justice: Anarchist Contributions and Perspectives, London, UK.
Molfese C and Hall-Spencer JM (13/03/2015) Overfishing and the replacement of demersal finfish by shellfish: an example from the English Channel. South West Marine Ecosystem conference (SWME15), Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Plymouth, UK.
Molfese C (2014) Overfishing and the replacement of demersal finfish by shellfish: an example from the English Channel. PEGASES conference, INTERREG IVa cross Channel project, University of Caen, Caen, France.
Co-organiser of the session “Crossing the boundary between academia and activism: postgraduates stories and practices of resistance” at the Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers (RGS-IBG 2021) Annual International Conference, 1 – 4 Sept 2020, London, United Kingdom.