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Ian MacLachlan
职务职称:教授,
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邮  箱:maclachlan@pkusz.edu.cn

研究兴趣

1. Housing development for rural migrants and talent workers in Shenzhen
2. High rise apartments and community formation in Shenzhen
3. Geography of food animal processing and slaughterhouse history
4. Metropolitan growth, development and dominance in Canada
5. Multi-factor partitioning, economic shocks and regional resilience in Canada
6. Civil defence history of Western Canada

教育及工作经历

EDUCATION
1. Ph.D. Geography, University of Toronto, 1990
2. M.A. Geography, Carleton University, 1981
3. B.A. (Hons.) Geography, Carleton University, 1976

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
1. 2018 Professor Emeritus, Sessional Lecturer, University of Lethbridge
2. 2015-2017 Professor Emeritus, Post-retirement Contract, University of Lethbridge
3. 2007-2015 Professor, Geography, University of Lethbridge
4. 1995-2007 Associate Professor, Geography, University of Lethbridge (with tenure)
5. 1989-1994 Assistant Professor, Geography, University of Lethbridge
6. 1988-1989 Assistant Professor (Term), Geography, Carleton University
7. 1986-1988 Assistant Professor (Term), Geography, University of Windsor
8. 1985-1986 Lecturer, Geography (Term), Erindale College, University of Toronto

INTERNATIONAL APPOINTMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
1. 2016- Visiting Professor, Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School
2. 2011-2012 Visiting Scholar, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
3. 2010 Study Tour Leader, Ulsan University, Republic of Korea
4. 2005 Study Tour Leader, Hokkaigakuen University, Sapporo, Japan
5. 2003-2004 Visiting Scholar, Centre for Canadian Studies, University of Edinburgh, UK
6. 1995-1996 Associado, Instituto Geografía, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
7. Fall 1991 Visiting Professor, International Affairs, Hokkaigakuen, Sapporo, Japan

主授课程

人文地理导论

主要科研活动

代表性论著

Book
1. **MacLachlan, Ian. 2001 Kill and Chill: Restructuring Canada's Beef Commodity Chain Toronto: University of Toronto Press xxxii + 378 pp. ISBN: 0-8020-0847-X

Refereed Journal Articles
1. ** Lin Xiongbin, Jiawen Yang, Ian MacLachlan 2018 “High-speed rail as a solution to metropolitan passenger mobility: The case of Shenzhen-Dongguan-Huizhou metropolitan area” Journal of Transport and Land Use 11(1):1257-1270 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5198/jtlu.2018.1297
2. ** Benoit Aimee, Thomas Johnston, Ian MacLachlan and Doug Ramsey 2018 “Identifying Ranching Landscape Values in the Calgary, Alberta Region: Implications for Land-Use Planning” The Canadian Geographer 62(2): 212–224. DOI:10.1111/cag.12464
3. ** Ray, D. Michael, Ian R. MacLachlan, Rodolphe H. Lamarche, and KP Srinath 2017 “Economic shock and regional resilience: Continuity and change in Canada’s regional employment structure, 1987-2012” Environment and Planning A 49(4): 952-973 DOI: 10.1177/0308518X16681788
4. * MacLachlan, Ian 2016 “China’s Livestock Transition: Growing Livestock Production” China Urban Studies 9:114-121.
5. ** MacLachlan, Ian and Julia Horsley 2015 “New Town in the Bush: Planning Knowledge Transfer and the Design of Kwinana, Western Australia” Journal of Planning History 14(2):112-134.
6. ** MacLachlan, Ian 2013 “Kwinana Industrial Area: Agglomeration Economies and Industrial Symbiosis on Western Australia’s Cockburn Sound” Australian Geographer 44(4): 383–400.
7. ** Ray, D. Michael, Rodolphe H. Lamarche, and Ian R. MacLachlan 2013 “Restoring the ‘Regional’ to ‘Regional Policy’: A Regional Typology of Western Canada” Canadian Public Policy 39(3): 411-429.
8. * MacLachlan, Ian 2007 “A bloody offal nuisance: The persistence of private slaughter-houses in nineteenth century London” Urban History 34(2): 226-253.
9. * MacLachlan, Ian 2005 "Coup de Grâce: Humane Slaughter in Nineteenth Century Britain" Special slaughterhouse theme issue in Food & History 3(2): 145-171.
10. * Croil, Spencer and Ian MacLachlan 2005/06 “Your Call Is Important to Us: Call Centres in Lethbridge, Alberta” Western Geography 15/16:1-27.
11. * MacLachlan, Ian 2004/2005 “‘The greatest and most offensive nuisance that ever disgraced the capital of a kingdom’: The slaughterhouses and shambles of modern Edinburgh” Review of Scottish Culture 17: 57-71.
12. ** Townshend, Ivan, Ian MacLachlan and Dan O’Donoghue 2004 “Integrated Dis-Integration: Employment Structure of First Nations Communities on the Prairies Relative to their Local Regions” Canadian Journal of Native Studies 24(1):91-127.
13. * MacLachlan, Ian and Ivan Townshend 2003/2004 “Stockyards Districts as Industrial Clusters in Two Western Canadian Cities” Western Geography 13/14: 44-68.
14. * MacLachlan, Ian and Bruce MacKay 2000 “Lethbridge and the Trans-Canada Airway” Alberta History 48(3): 2-13.
15. * MacLachlan, Ian. 1998. “Spatial Patterns of Income and Income Inequality in Mexico City” Geografía y Desarrollo 16: 37-53.
16. ** MacLachlan, Ian and Adrian Guillermo Aguilar 1998 “Maquiladora Myths: Locational and Structural Changes in Mexico's Export Manufacturing Industry” Professional Geographer 50(3):315-331.
17. ** MacLachlan, Ian and Sawada, Ryo 1997 “Measures of Income Inequality and Social Polarization in Canadian Metropolitan Areas” Canadian Geographer 41(4):377-397.
18. * MacLachlan, Ian 1993 “Regional Diversification Policy in Alberta” Alberta and Northwest Territories Journal of Planning Practice 11:35-55.
19. ** MacLachlan, Ian 1992. “Plant closure and market dynamics: competitive strategy and rationalization” Economic Geography 68(2):128-145.
20. * MacLachlan, Ian 1992 “Subcontracting in Hokkaido’s Resource Processing Sectors” Kaihatsu Ronshu: The Journal of Development Policy Studies 49:181-96.
21. * MacLachlan, Ian 1991 “Economic Development and Industrial Employment: A Thousand Points of Light?” Alberta and Northwest Territories Journal of Planning Practice 10:31-44.
*Peer reviewed **Indexed in Web of Science

Book Chapters
1. Philo, Chris and Ian MacLachlan 2018 “The strange case of the missing slaughterhouse geographies” in Historical Animal Geographies, edited by Sharon Wilcox and Stephanie Rutherford, Routledge: 88-108.
2. MacLachlan, Ian 2015 “Evolution of a Revolution: Meat Consumption and Livestock Production in the Developing World” in Political Ecologies of Meat ed. by Jody Emel and Harvey Neo, Routledge Earthscan: 21-41.
3. MacLachlan, Ian 2012 “Global Consumption Patterns” in 21st Century Geography: A Reference Handbook edited by Joseph P. Stoltman, Sage Publications: 399-409.
4. MacLachlan, Ian and Ivan Townshend 2010 “Regional Impacts of BSE in Alberta: Exploring Regional and Structural Dynamics of Alberta’s Cattle Herd Using a Shift-Share Model” Geographical Perspectives on Sustainable Rural Change edited by Dick G. Winchell, Rhonda Koster, Doug Ramsey and Guy M. Robinson, Brandon University Rural Development Institute: 263-283.
5. Townshend, Ivan, Lisa Hungerford, Ian MacLachlan, and Tom Johnston 2010 “Towards Community Experiential Convergence and Undifferentiated Rural Space” Geographical Perspectives on Sustainable Rural Change edited by Dick G. Winchell, Rhonda Koster, Doug Ramsey and Guy M. Robinson (Brandon University: Rural Development Institute): 168-199.
6. MacLachlan, Ian 2009 “Betting the Farm: Food Safety and the Beef Commodity Chain” in Food and Fuel: Solutions for the Future edited by Andrew Heintzman and Evan Solomon (Toronto: House of Anansi Press): 29-60. [Reprinted from Feeding the Future, see MacLachlan 2004, below.]
7. MacLachlan, Ian 2008 “Humanitarian Reform, Slaughter Technology, and Butcher Resistance in Nineteenth-Century Britain” in Meat, Modernity and the Rise of the Slaughterhouse edited by Paula Young Lee (University Press of New England): 107-126. [Revised from “Coup de Grâce,” see MacLachlan 2006, above.]
8. MacLachlan, Ian 2005 “Feedlot Growth in Southern Alberta: A Neo-Fordist Interpretation” in Rural Change and Sustainability: Agriculture, the Environment and Communities edited by Andrew Gilg, Richard Yarwood, Stephen Essex, John Smithers and Randall Wilson (CABI Publishing): 28-47.
9. MacLachlan, Ian, Nancy Bateman, and Thomas R.R. Johnston 2005 "Cultivating a New Cattle Culture: Lifelong Learning and Pasture Land" in Presenting and Representing Natural Environments edited by Graham Humphrys and Michael Williams, The GeoJournal Library Volume 81 (Springer):181-195.
10. MacLachlan, Ian 2004 “Betting the Farm: Food Safety and the Beef Commodity Chain” in Feeding the Future: From Fat to Famine How to Solve the World’s Food Crises edited by Andrew Heintzman and Evan Solomon (Toronto: House of Anansi Press): 40-69.
11. MacLachlan, Ian 2002 “Situational Factors and Urban Growth: The Case of Lethbridge and Alberta’s Metropolitan Centres” in Monitoring Cities: International Perspectives edited by Wayne K. D. Davies and Ivan J. Townshend. Calgary: International Geographical Union, Commission on Monitoring Cities of Tomorrow: 227-241.
12. MacLachlan, Ian 1996 “Organizational Restructuring of U.S.-based Manufacturing Subsidiaries and Plant Closure” in Canada and the Global Economy: The Geography of Structural and Technological Change edited by John N. H. Britton: 195-214. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Recent Conference Presentations
1. Tong, De; Liu, Jing and MacLachlan, Ian 2016 “Residential Differentiation of the Floating Population in Rapidly Urbanized Areas: The Case of Shenzhen, China” 10th International Association for China Planning (IACP) Conference, Beijing, 2 July.
2. MacLachlan, Ian 2015 “The Livestock Transition, Peri-Urban Agricultural Land Use and Urbanization in China,” 3rd Conference on China Urban Development, Shanghai, 6 June
3. MacLachlan, Ian 2015 “Livestock Transition in Context: Theorizing about Stages and Transitions in Human and Animal Geography,” Association of American Geographers, Chicago, IL, 23 April 2015.
4. MacLachlan, Ian 2014 “Kwinana Industrial Area: Measuring Industrial Inertia on Western Australia’s Cockburn Sound,” Canadian Association of Geographers, St Catharines, 29 May 2014.
5. MacLachlan, Ian 2013 “Oil Industry Dynamics in the Post World War II Era: Obsolete Bargains and the Shift to Market-oriented Refineries,” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA, 9 April 2013.
6. MacLachlan, Ian 2013 “Resource Nationalism or Technological Change? Restructuring of Petroleum Extraction and Refining in the Post Colonial Era” Western Division Canadian Association of Geographers, Lethbridge, AB, 9 March 2013
7. MacLachlan, Ian 2011 “Global Meat Consumption Trends and Western Australia’s Livestock Export Trade,” Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Calgary, 3 June 2011
8. MacLachlan, Ian 2011 “Issues in the International Livestock Trade,” Association of American Geographers, Seattle, Washington, 15 April 2011.
9. MacLachlan, Ian 2010 “Canada’s Cattle Herd Post-BSE: A Regional Interpretation of Seasonal Rhythms, Market Cycles, and Secular Change” Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Regina, June 3
10. MacLachlan, Ian, Ivan Townshend and Wei Xu 2010 “Immigration as a Component of Population Change in Alberta’s Second and Third-Tier Cities,” Association of American Geographers, Washington, 23 March 2010.
11. Recent Miscellaneous Publications
12. MacLachlan, Ian 2018 Review of Negotiating a River: Canada, the US, and the Creation of the St. Lawrence Seaway by Daniel Macfarlane, The Canadian Geographer
13. MacLachlan, Ian 2017 “Stirling, Alberta” Canadian Encyclopedia http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/stirling/
14. MacLachlan, Ian 2017 Review of Consumers in the Bush: Shopping in Rural Upper Canada by Douglas McCalla, Enterprise and Society 18(4): 983-985.
15. MacLachlan, Ian 2017 Review of So Far and Yet So Close: Frontier Cattle Ranching in Western Prairie Canada and the Northern Territory of Australia by Warren M. Elofson, Histoire sociale/Social History 50 (101): 199-200.
16. MacLachlan, Ian 2016 “Beef Cattle Farming” Canadian Encyclopedia http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/beef-cattle-farming/
17. MacLachlan, Ian 2016 “Negotiating retirement: doing the math” University Affairs May 17: http://www.universityaffairs.ca/career-advice/career-advice-article/negotiating-retirement-doing-the-math/ .
18. MacLachlan, Ian 2016 “When it’s time to go: A newly retired prof weighs the pros and cons” University Affairs 57:4 (April): http://www.universityaffairs.ca/career-advice/career-advice-article/a-newly-retired-prof-weighs-in-on-retirements-pros-and-cons/ .
19. MacLachlan, Ian 2016 “Feedlots in Lethbridge County, Alberta: Case Study 10.3” in Economic Geography: An Institutional Approach 2nd edition by Roger Hayter and Jerry Patchell, Oxford University Press, 321-322.
20. MacLachlan, Ian 2014 “Containerization” and “Cruising” in Encyclopedia of Transportation: Social Science and Policy edited by Mark Garrett, Sage, 416-417, 1005-1008.
21. MacLachlan, Ian 2014 “Animal Agriculture” and “Meat Processing Industry” Canadian Encyclopedia http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/meat-processing-industry/
22. MacLachlan, Ian 2012 Editorial “Peer Review: The Foundation of Publication Decisions” The Canadian Geographer 56(1): 1-2.
23. MacLachlan, Ian 2012 “Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy” and “Livestock and Meat Trade” in Encyclopedia of Globalization, edited by George Ritzer, Wiley-Blackwell.
24. MacLachlan, Ian 2012 “Planning an Overseas Leave” University Affairs. 53:5 (May):60.
25. MacLachlan, Ian 2012 “Lethbridge” and “University of Lethbridge” Canadian Encyclopedia
26. MacLachlan, Ian 2011 “Progress in human development affects what people eat” The Public Professor Lethbridge Herald January 8, A5.
27. MacLachlan, Ian 2010 “Global trends in meat consumption and livestock production” The Public Professor Lethbridge Herald December 11, A4.
28. MacLachlan, Ian 2010 “Tips for journal contributors: How to submit an article to a peer-reviewed journal” University Affairs 51:8 (October):88.