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Volume 40, issue 1, 2023

Local food systems, citizen and public science, empowered communities, and democracy: hopes deserving to live pp. 1-17 Downloads
William Lacy
Gender, women and agriculture in Agriculture and Human Values pp. 19-24 Downloads
Carolyn Sachs
Agriculture and human values at 40 years: reflections on its scale and scope pp. 25-30 Downloads
Harvey S. James
The doctors of agrifood studies pp. 31-43 Downloads
Douglas H. Constance
Richard Haynes and the early years of Agriculture and Human Values pp. 45-48 Downloads
Paul B. Thompson
After 40 years Agriculture and Human Values still pursuing the founder’s goals pp. 49-51 Downloads
Kate Clancy
Biocultural heritage of transhumant territories pp. 53-64 Downloads
M. H. Easdale, C. L. Michel and D. Perri
Reuniting the Three Sisters: collaborative science with Native growers to improve soil and community health pp. 65-82 Downloads
D. G. Kapayou, E. M. Herrighty, C. Gish Hill, V. Cano Camacho, A. Nair, D. M. Winham and M. D. McDaniel
“Whose demand?” The co-construction of markets, demand and gender in development-oriented crop breeding pp. 83-100 Downloads
Ida Arff Tarjem, Ola Tveitereid Westengen, Poul Wisborg and Katharina Glaab
Redlining, racism and food access in US urban cores pp. 101-112 Downloads
Yasamin Shaker, Sara E. Grineski, Timothy W. Collins and Aaron B. Flores
Replacing humans with machines: a historical look at technology politics in California agriculture pp. 113-140 Downloads
Patrick Baur and Alastair Iles
Untangling the role of social relationships for overcoming challenges in local food systems: a case study of farmers in Québec, Canada pp. 141-156 Downloads
Kerstin Schreiber, Bernard Soubry, Carley Dove-McFalls and Graham K. MacDonald
All roads lead to the farmers market?: using network analysis to measure the orientation and central actors in a community food system through a case comparison of Yolo and Sacramento County, California pp. 157-173 Downloads
Jordana Fuchs-Chesney, Subhashni Raj, Tishtar Daruwalla and Catherine Brinkley
Prison agriculture in the United States: racial capitalism and the disciplinary matrix of exploitation and rehabilitation pp. 175-191 Downloads
Carrie Chennault and Joshua Sbicca
Alternative Food Networks in Latin America—exploring PGS (Participatory Guarantee Systems) markets and their consumers: a cross-country comparison pp. 193-216 Downloads
Sonja Kaufmann, Nikolaus Hruschka, Luis Vildozo and Christian R. Vogl
Partnerships in pandemics: tracing power relations in community engaged scholarship in food systems during COVID-19 pp. 217-229 Downloads
Laura Jessee Livingston
Regenerative agriculture and a more-than-human ethic of care: a relational approach to understanding transformation pp. 231-244 Downloads
Madison Seymour and Sean Connelly
Metrics and Mētis: work and practical knowledge in Agri-food sustainability governance pp. 245-257 Downloads
Susanne Freidberg
From rainforest to table: Lacandon Maya women are critical to diversify landscapes and diets in Lacanjá Chansayab, Mexico pp. 259-275 Downloads
Lucía Pérez-Volkow, Stewart A.W. Diemont, Theresa Selfa, Helda Morales and Alejandro Casas
‘They call it progress, but we don’t see it as progress’: farm consolidation and land concentration in Saskatchewan, Canada pp. 277-290 Downloads
André Magnan, Melissa Davidson and Annette Aurélie Desmarais
Unequal access to justice: an evaluation of RSPO’s capacity to resolve palm oil conflicts in Indonesia pp. 291-304 Downloads
Afrizal Afrizal, Otto Hospes, Ward Berenschot, Ahmad Dhiaulhaq, Rebekha Adriana and Erysa Poetry
Rendering quality technical: modern quinoa, modern farmers, and the moral politics of quality standards pp. 305-315 Downloads
Emma McDonell
Between the farm and the fork: job quality in sustainable food systems pp. 317-358 Downloads
Sophie Kelmenson
Sympoietic growth: living and producing with fungi in times of ecological distress pp. 359-371 Downloads
Tereza Stöckelová, Lukáš Senft and Kateřina Kolářová
A review of megatrends in the global dairy sector: what are the socioecological implications? pp. 373-394 Downloads
Milena Bojovic and Andrew McGregor
Relating inclusive innovations to Indigenous and local knowledge: a conceptual framework pp. 395-408 Downloads
Branwen Peddi, David Ludwig and Joost Dessein
Shanna Farrell: A good drink: In pursuit of sustainable spirits pp. 409-410 Downloads
Nikolai Siimes
Aniket Aga: Genetically modified democracy: Transgenic crops in contemporary India pp. 411-412 Downloads
Jacob Richardson

Volume 39, issue 4, 2022

Transdisciplinary research for wicked problems: a transaction costs approach pp. 1169-1172 Downloads
David S. Conner
Agroecology: advancing inclusive knowledge co-production with society pp. 1173-1178 Downloads
Lia R. Kelinsky-Jones
Academics and the ‘easy button’: lessons from pesticide resistance management pp. 1179-1183 Downloads
Katherine Dentzman
Transdisciplinary research for wicked problems pp. 1185-1189 Downloads
Michelle R. Worosz
Agroecology in the North: Centering Indigenous food sovereignty and land stewardship in agriculture “frontiers” pp. 1191-1206 Downloads
Mindy Jewell Price, Alex Latta, Andrew Spring, Jennifer Temmer, Carla Johnston, Lloyd Chicot, Jessica Jumbo and Margaret Leishman
Restore politics in societal debates on new genomic techniques pp. 1207-1216 Downloads
Lonneke M. Poort, Jac. A. A. Swart, Ruth Mampuys, Arend J. Waarlo, Paul C. Struik and Lucien Hanssen
Pedagogies for seed sovereignty in Colombia: epistemic, territorial, and gendered dimensions pp. 1217-1229 Downloads
Nathalia Hernández Vidal
Relational values and management of plant resources in two communities in a highly biodiverse area in western Mexico pp. 1231-1244 Downloads
Sofía Monroy-Sais, Eduardo García-Frapolli, Alejandro Casas, Francisco Mora, Margaret Skutsch and Peter R. W. Gerritsen
Window dressing inequalities and constructing women farmers as problematic—gender in Rwanda’s agriculture policy pp. 1245-1261 Downloads
Karolin Andersson, Katarina Pettersson and Johanna Bergman Lodin
City networks’ power in global agri-food systems pp. 1263-1275 Downloads
Lena Partzsch, Jule Lümmen and Anne-Cathrine Löhr
Producer organizations as transition intermediaries? Insights from organic and conventional vegetable systems in Uruguay pp. 1277-1300 Downloads
Annemarie Groot-Kormelinck, Jos Bijman, Jacques Trienekens and Laurens Klerkx
The agri-food system (re)configuration: the case study of an agroecological network in the Ecuadorian Andes pp. 1301-1327 Downloads
Virginia Vallejo-Rojas, Marta G. Rivera-Ferre and Federica Ravera
Social reproduction, playful work, and bee-centred beekeeping pp. 1329-1340 Downloads
Rebecca Ellis
Women, race and place in US Agriculture pp. 1341-1355 Downloads
Ryanne Pilgeram, Katherine Dentzman and Paul Lewin
Revisiting the adequacy of the economic policy narrative underpinning the Green Revolution pp. 1357-1372 Downloads
Jacob Etten
Rethinking gender mainstreaming in agricultural innovation policy in Nepal: a critical gender analysis pp. 1373-1390 Downloads
Rachana Devkota, Laxmi Prasad Pant, Helen Hambly Odame, Bimala Rai Paudyal and Kelly Bronson
Governing the soil: natural farming and bionationalism in India pp. 1391-1406 Downloads
Ian Carlos Fitzpatrick, Naomi Millner and Franklin Ginn
Exploring the influence of social and informational networks on small farmers’ responses to climate change in Oregon pp. 1407-1419 Downloads
Melissa Parks
From Big Ag to Big Finance: a market network approach to power in agriculture pp. 1421-1434 Downloads
Loka Ashwood, Andy Pilny, John Canfield, Mariyam Jamila and Ryan Thomson
Correction: From Big Ag to Big Finance: a market network approach to power in agriculture pp. 1435-1435 Downloads
Loka Ashwood, Andy Pilny, John Canfield, Mariyam Jamila and Ryan Thomson
Who should feed hungry families during crisis? Moral claims about hunger on Twitter during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 1437-1449 Downloads
Merin Oleschuk
Restoring sense out of disorder? Farmers’ changing social identities under big data and algorithms pp. 1451-1464 Downloads
Ayorinde Ogunyiola and Maaz Gardezi
Negotiating agricultural change in the Midwestern US: seeking compatibility between farmer narratives of efficiency and legacy pp. 1465-1476 Downloads
Nathan J. Shipley, William P. Stewart and Carena J. Riper
Power to the people? Food democracy initiatives’ contributions to democratic goods pp. 1477-1489 Downloads
Jeroen J. L. Candel
How digital communications contribute to shaping the career paths of youth: a review study focused on farming as a career option pp. 1491-1508 Downloads
İlkay Unay-Gailhard and Mark A. Brennen
Madeleine Fairbairn: Fields of gold: financing the global land rush pp. 1509-1510 Downloads
Carl Lewelling
Shaila Seshia Galvin: Becoming organic—Nature and agriculture in the Indian Himalaya pp. 1511-1512 Downloads
Rama Shankar Sahu

Volume 39, issue 3, 2022

Hitting the target and missing the point? On the risks of measuring women’s empowerment in agricultural development pp. 849-857 Downloads
Katie Tavenner and Todd A. Crane
Liberation extension: building capacities for civilizational transition pp. 859-870 Downloads
Nicholas Copeland
From marginalized to miracle: critical bioregionalism, jungle farming and the move to millets in Karnataka, India pp. 871-883 Downloads
David Meek
Sustainability assessment of short food supply chains (SFSC): developing and testing a rapid assessment tool in one African and three European city regions pp. 885-904 Downloads
Alexandra Doernberg, Annette Piorr, Ingo Zasada, Dirk Wascher and Ulrich Schmutz
Understanding the pathways to women’s empowerment in Northern Ghana and the relationship with small-scale irrigation pp. 905-920 Downloads
Elizabeth Bryan and Elisabeth Garner
The adoption problem is a matter of fit: tracing the travel of pruning practices from research to farm in Ghana’s cocoa sector pp. 921-935 Downloads
Faustina Obeng Adomaa, Sietze Vellema, Maja Slingerland and Richard Asare
Commons, global markets and small-scale family enterprises: the case of mezcal production in Oaxaca, Mexico pp. 937-952 Downloads
María G. Lira, James P. Robson and Daniel J. Klooster
“How do we measure justice?”: missions and metrics in urban agriculture pp. 953-964 Downloads
Sara Shostak
Decolonizing agriculture in the United States: Centering the knowledges of women and people of color to support relational farming practices pp. 965-978 Downloads
Emma Layman and Nicole Civita
Agroecology from the ground up: a critical analysis of sustainable soil management in the highlands of Guatemala pp. 979-996 Downloads
Nathan Einbinder, Helda Morales, Mateo Mier y Terán Giménez Cacho, Bruce G. Ferguson, Miriam Aldasoro and Ronald Nigh
Landownership and power: reorienting land tenure theory pp. 997-1006 Downloads
Ennea Fairchild and Peggy Petrzelka
Bt cotton, pink bollworm, and the political economy of sociobiological obsolescence: insights from Telangana, India pp. 1007-1026 Downloads
Katharina Najork, Jonathan Friedrich and Markus Keck
Work without workers: legal geographies of family farm exclusions from labour laws in Alberta, Canada pp. 1027-1038 Downloads
Emily Reid-Musson, Ellen MacEachen, Mary Beckie and Lars Hallström
Means and ways of engaging, communicating and preserving local soil knowledge of smallholder farmers in Central Vietnam pp. 1039-1062 Downloads
Ha T. N. Huynh, Lisa A. Lobry de Bruyn, Oliver G. G. Knox and Hoa T. T. Hoang
Community financing for sustainable food and farming: a proximity perspective pp. 1063-1075 Downloads
Gerlinde Behrendt, Sarah Peter, Simone Sterly and Anna Maria Häring
Understanding the challenges faced by Michigan’s family farmers: race/ethnicity and the impacts of a pandemic pp. 1077-1096 Downloads
Dorceta E. Taylor, Lina M. Farias, Lia M. Kahan, Julia Talamo, Alison Surdoval, Ember D. McCoy and Socorro M. Daupan
Medical economic vulnerability: a next step in expanding the farm resilience scholarship pp. 1097-1116 Downloads
Florence A. Becot and Shoshanah M. Inwood
Genome-edited versus genetically-modified tomatoes: an experiment on people’s perceptions and acceptance of food biotechnology in the UK and Switzerland pp. 1117-1131 Downloads
Angela Bearth, Gulbanu Kaptan and Sabrina Heike Kessler
Agroecological producers shortening food chains during Covid-19: opportunities and challenges in Costa Rica pp. 1133-1140 Downloads
Mary Little and Olivia Sylvester
The contestations of diversity, culture and commercialization: why tissue culture technology alone cannot solve the banana Xanthomonas wilt problem in central Uganda pp. 1141-1158 Downloads
Lucy Mulugo, Paul Kibwika, Florence Birungi Kyazze, Aman Omondi Bonaventure and Enoch Kikulwe
Julie C. Keller: Milking in the shadows: migrants and mobility in America’s dairyland pp. 1159-1160 Downloads
Amanda McMillan Lequieu and Kyle McDonald
L’Atelier Paysan: Reprendre la Terre aux Machines: Manifeste pour une Autonomie Paysanne et Alimentaire [taking back the land from the machines: a manifesto for peasant and food autonomy] pp. 1161-1162 Downloads
Morgan Meyer
Ben White: Agriculture and the generation problem pp. 1163-1164 Downloads
Bernard Ekumah

Volume 39, issue 2, 2022

Superweed amaranth: metaphor and the power of a threatening discourse pp. 505-520 Downloads
Florence Bétrisey, Valérie Boisvert and James Sumberg
South and/or north: an indigenous seed movement in South Korea and the multiple bases of food sovereignty pp. 521-533 Downloads
Hyejin Kim
Examining farmers’ adoption of nutrient management best management practices: a social cognitive framework pp. 535-553 Downloads
Lijing Gao and J. Arbuckle
Narrating agricultural resilience after Hurricane María: how smallholder farmers in Puerto Rico leverage self-sufficiency and collaborative agency in a climate-vulnerable food system pp. 555-571 Downloads
Abrania Marrero, Andrea Lόpez-Cepero, Ramón Borges-Méndez and Josiemer Mattei
Discourses of sustainability and imperial modes of food provision: agri-food-businesses and consumers in Germany pp. 573-588 Downloads
Steffen Hirth, Theresa Bürstmayr and Anke Strüver
Can agriculture and conservation be compatible in a coastal wetland? Balancing stakeholders’ narratives and interactions in the management of El Hondo Natural Park, Spain pp. 589-604 Downloads
Sandra Ricart and Antonio M. Rico-Amorós
SNAP, campus food insecurity, and the politics of deservingness pp. 605-616 Downloads
Maggie Dickinson
Strategic framing of genome editing in agriculture: an analysis of the debate in Germany in the run-up to the European Court of Justice ruling pp. 617-632 Downloads
Robin Siebert, Christian Herzig and Marc Birringer
Forging just dietary futures: bringing mainstream and critical nutrition into conversation pp. 633-644 Downloads
Carly Nichols, Halie Kampman and Mara Bold
Social norms and perceptions drive women’s participation in agricultural decisions in West Java, Indonesia pp. 645-662 Downloads
Sara Ratna Qanti, Alexandra Peralta and Di Zeng
Development through commodification: exploring apple commodity production as pesticide promotion in the High Atlas pp. 663-682 Downloads
Zachary A. Goldberg
Reflexive policies and the complex socio-ecological systems of the upland landscapes in Indonesia pp. 683-700 Downloads
Sacha Amaruzaman, Douglas K. Bardsley and Randy Stringer
Regenerative food systems and the conservation of change pp. 701-713 Downloads
Philip A. Loring
Collaborative research as boundary work: learning between rice growers and conservation professionals to support habitat conservation on private lands pp. 715-731 Downloads
Erin Hardie Hale, Christopher C. Jadallah and Heidi L. Ballard
Can agroecology and CRISPR mix? The politics of complementarity and moving toward technology sovereignty pp. 733-755 Downloads
Maywa Montenegro de Wit
Digesting agriculture development: nutrition-oriented development and the political ecology of rice–body relations in India pp. 757-771 Downloads
Carly E. Nichols
Cultural biodiversity unpacked, separating discourse from practice pp. 773-789 Downloads
Mariagiulia Mariani, Claire Cerdan and Iuri Peri
Does direct farm marketing fulfill its promises? analyzing job satisfaction among direct-market farmers in Canada pp. 791-807 Downloads
Stevens Azima and Patrick Mundler
Transforming landscapes and mindscapes through regenerative agriculture pp. 809-826 Downloads
Ethan Gordon, Federico Davila and Chris Riedy
Food sovereignty and sustainability mid-pandemic: how Michigan’s experience of Covid-19 highlights chasms in the food system pp. 827-838 Downloads
Sarah King, Amy McFarland and Jody Vogelzang
Colin Ray Anderson, Janneke Bruil, M. Jahi Chappell, Csilla Kiss, Michel Patrick Pimbert: Agroecology now! Transformations towards more just and sustainable food systems pp. 839-840 Downloads
Rafael Cavalcanti Lembi
Raj Patel: Stuffed and starved: the hidden battle for the world food system pp. 841-842 Downloads
Kelley R. Gallop
Richard A. Sikora, Eugene R. Terry, Paul L. G. Vlek and Joyce Chitja (eds): Transforming agriculture in southern Africa: Constraints, technologies, policies and processes pp. 843-844 Downloads
Eliaza Mkuna

Volume 39, issue 1, 2022

AFHVS 2021 Presidential Address: critical praxis and the social imaginary for food systems transformation pp. 1-4 Downloads
Kim L. Niewolny
Winning hearts and minds through a policy promoting the agroecological paradigm in universities pp. 5-18 Downloads
Ricardo Serra Borsatto, Vanilde Ferreira Souza-Esquerdo, Henrique Carmona Duval, Fernando Silveira Franco and Fabio Grigoletto
Who is ruining farmers markets? Crowds, fraud, and the fantasy of “real food” pp. 19-31 Downloads
Sang-hyoun Pahk
A transdisciplinary study of agroecological niches: understanding sustainability transitions in vineyards pp. 33-45 Downloads
Naama Teschner and Daniel E. Orenstein
Pathways towards coexistence with large carnivores in production systems pp. 47-64 Downloads
L. Boronyak, B. Jacobs, A. Wallach, J. McManus, S. Stone, S. Stevenson, B. Smuts and H. Zaranek
Seeing the workers for the trees: exalted and devalued manual labour in the Pacific Northwest craft cider industry pp. 65-78 Downloads
Anelyse M. Weiler
Does adopting a nitrogen best management practice reduce nitrogen fertilizer rates? pp. 79-94 Downloads
Matthew Houser
The rise and decline of farmers markets in greater Cincinnati pp. 95-117 Downloads
John J. Metz and Sarah M. Scherer
Behind the scenes of a learning agri-food value chain: lessons from action research pp. 119-134 Downloads
Charis Linda Braun, Vera Bitsch and Anna Maria Häring
Farm-level pathways to food security: beyond missing markets and irrational peasants pp. 135-150 Downloads
Sidney Madsen
Citizen views on genome editing: effects of species and purpose pp. 151-164 Downloads
Gesa Busch, Erin Ryan, Marina A. G. Keyserlingk and Daniel M. Weary
Seeking justice, eating toxics: overlooked contaminants in urban community gardens pp. 165-184 Downloads
Melanie Malone
Delivering too much, too little or off target—possible consequences of differences in perceptions on agricultural advisory services pp. 185-199 Downloads
Jannica Krafft, Jenny Höckert, Magnus Ljung, Sara Lundberg and Christina Lunner Kolstrup
Cacao cultivation as a livelihood strategy: contributions to the well-being of Colombian rural households pp. 201-216 Downloads
Héctor Eduardo Hernández-Núñez, Isabel Gutiérrez-Montes, Angie Paola Bernal-Núñez, Gustavo Adolfo Gutiérrez-García, Juan Carlos Suárez, Fernando Casanoves and Cornelia Butler Flora
Combining the best of two methodological worlds? Integrating Q methodology-based farmer archetypes in a quantitative model of agri-environmental scheme uptake pp. 217-232 Downloads
Heidi Leonhardt, Michael Braito and Reinhard Uehleke
Policy responses to foodborne disease outbreaks in the United States and Germany pp. 233-248 Downloads
Kelsey D. Meagher
Epic narratives of the Green Revolution in Brazil, China, and India pp. 249-267 Downloads
Lídia Cabral, Poonam Pandey and Xiuli Xu
Cultivating health: diabetes resilience through neo-traditional farming in Mopan Maya communities of Belize pp. 269-279 Downloads
Michelle Schmidt
The agroecological transition in Senegal: transnational links and uneven empowerment pp. 281-300 Downloads
Sébastien Boillat, Raphaël Belmin and Patrick Bottazzi
Searching for the plot: narrative self-making and urban agriculture during the economic crisis in Slovenia pp. 301-314 Downloads
Petra Matijevic
Rurally rooted cross-border migrant workers from Myanmar, Covid-19, and agrarian movements pp. 315-338 Downloads
Saturnino M. Borras, Jennifer C. Franco, Doi Ra, Tom Kramer, Mi Kamoon, Phwe Phyu, Khu Khu Ju, Pietje Vervest, Mary Oo, Kyar Yin Shell, Thu Maung Soe, Ze Dau, Mi Phyu, Mi Saryar Poine, Mi Pakao Jumper, Nai Sawor Mon, Khun Oo, Kyaw Thu, Nwet Kay Khine, Tun Tun Naing, Nila Papa, Lway Htwe Htwe, Lway Hlar Reang, Lway Poe Jay, Naw Seng Jai, Yunan Xu, Chunyu Wang and Jingzhong Ye
Community seed network in an era of climate change: dynamics of maize diversity in Yucatán, Mexico pp. 339-356 Downloads
Marianna Fenzi, Paul Rogé, Angel Cruz-Estrada, John Tuxill and Devra Jarvis
The embodied precarity of year-round agricultural work: health and safety risks among Latino/a immigrant dairy farmworkers in New York pp. 357-370 Downloads
Kathleen Sexsmith
Assembling agroecological socio-natures: a political ecology analysis of urban and peri-urban agriculture in Rosario, Argentina pp. 371-383 Downloads
Colleen Hammelman, Elizabeth Shoffner, Maria Cruzat and Samantha Lee
The value of values-based supply chains: farmer perspective pp. 385-403 Downloads
Hikaru Hanawa Peterson, Gail Feenstra, Marcia Ostrom, Keiko Tanaka, Christy Anderson Brekken and Gwenael Engelskirchen
From evidence to value-based transition: the agroecological redesign of farming systems pp. 405-416 Downloads
Laurent Hazard, Nathalie Couix and Camille Lacombe
Perceptions of high-tech controlled environment agriculture among local food consumers: using interviews to explore sense-making and connections to good food pp. 417-433 Downloads
Garrett M. Broad, Wythe Marschall and Maya Ezzeddine
Using fuzzy cognitive mapping and social capital to explain differences in sustainability perceptions between farmers in the northeast US and Denmark pp. 435-453 Downloads
Bonnie Averbuch, Martin Hvarregaard Thorsøe and Chris Kjeldsen
Domestication, crop breeding, and genetic modification are fundamentally different processes: implications for seed sovereignty and agrobiodiversity pp. 455-472 Downloads
Natalie G. Mueller and Andrew Flachs
Institutional persistence despite cultural change: a historical case study of the re-categorization of dogs in Germany pp. 473-485 Downloads
Birgit Pfau-Effinger and Marcel Sebastian
Planting trees as a bridge between material and spiritual responses to environmental crisis pp. 487-495 Downloads
Frederick Livingston
Alex Blanchette: Porkopolis: American animality, standardized life, and the factory farm pp. 497-498 Downloads
Michaela Hoffelmeyer
Anitra Nelson and Ferne Edwards (Eds.): Food for degrowth: perspectives and practices pp. 499-500 Downloads
Kerry Woodward
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