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Society And The Environment: Pragmatic Solutions To Ecological Issues

|March 21, 2020

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No One Eats Alone: Food as a Social Enterprise

|May 9, 2017

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In today’s fast-paced, fast-food world, everyone seems to be eating alone, all the time – whether it’s at their desks or in the car. Carolan argues that this needs to change if we want healthy, equitable, and sustainable food. We can no…
Embodied Food Politics

|September 10, 2016


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While the phenomenon of embodied knowledge is becoming integrated into the social sciences, critical geography, and feminist research agendas it continues to be largely ignored by agro-food scholars. This book helps fill this void by inserting into the food…
The Food Sharing Revolution: How Start-ups, Pop-ups, And Co-ops Are Changing The Way We Eat

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Marvin is a contract hog farmer in Iowa. He owns his land, his barn, his tractor, and his animal crates. He has seen profits drop steadily for the last twenty years and feels trapped. Josh is a dairy farmer on a cooperative in Massachusetts. He doesn’t own…
Reclaiming Food Security

|May 24, 2013


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In this challenging work, the author argues that the goal of any food system should not simply be to provide the cheapest calories possible. A secure food system is one that affords people and nations - in both the present and future - the capabilities to prosper…
Decentering Biotechnology: Assemblages Built And Assemblages Masked

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Decentering Biotechnology explores the nature of technology, objects and patent law. Investigating the patenting of organic life and the manner in which artifacts of biotechnology are given their object-ive appearance, Carolan details the enrollment mechanisms…