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Agriculture and Human Values

1984 - 2018

Current editor(s): Harvey S. James Jr.

The Agriculture, Food, & Human Values Society (AFHVS)
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Volume 35, issue 4, 2018

Boutique food producers at the Detroit Eastern Market: the complex identities of authentic food pp. 747-760 Downloads
Erica Giorda
Female access to fertile land and other inputs in Zambia: why women get lower yields pp. 761-775 Downloads
William Burke, Serena Li and Dingiswayo Banda
Effective animal advocacy: effective altruism, the social economy, and the animal protection movement pp. 777-789 Downloads
Garrett M. Broad
Towards a dialogue of sustainable agriculture and end-times theology in the United States: insights from the historical ecology of nineteenth century millennial communes pp. 791-807 Downloads
Chelsea Fisher
Fresh food, new faces: community gardening as ecological gentrification in St. Louis, Missouri pp. 809-822 Downloads
Taylor Harris Braswell
A look from the inside: perspectives on the expansion of food assistance programs at Michigan farmers markets pp. 823-835 Downloads
Rebecca Mino, Kimberly Chung and Dru Montri
Sustainability programs and deliberative processes: assembling sustainable winegrowing in New Zealand pp. 837-852 Downloads
Katharine Legun and Marion Sautier
“Conservative” ideology and the politics of local food pp. 853-865 Downloads
Andrew Davey
“We like insects here”: entomophagy and society in a Zambian village pp. 867-883 Downloads
Valerie J. Stull, Mukata Wamulume, Mwangala I. Mwalukanga, Alisad Banda, Rachel S. Bergmans and Michael M. Bell
Intentions to consume foods from edible insects and the prospects for transforming the ubiquitous biomass into food pp. 885-898 Downloads
Kennedy O. Pambo, Robert M. Mbeche, Julius J. Okello, George N. Mose and John N. Kinyuru
2018 AFHVS presidential address pp. 899-904 Downloads
Jessica R. Goldberger
Valerie Imbruce: From farm to Canal Street, Chinatown’s alternative food network in the global marketplace pp. 905-906 Downloads
Guang Han
James F. Hancock: Plantation crops, plunder and power – evolution and exploitation pp. 907-908 Downloads
S. Suresh Ramanan
James C. Scott: Against the grain: a deep history of the earliest states pp. 909-910 Downloads
Johann Strube
Robert Biel: Sustainable food systems: the role of the city pp. 911-912 Downloads
Kirstie O’Neill
Katy Keiffer: What’s the matter with meat? pp. 913-914 Downloads
Rachel Thayer Boothby

Volume 35, issue 3, 2018

Creating a governable reality: analysing the use of quantification in shaping Australian wheat marketing policy pp. 553-567 Downloads
Patrick O’Keeffe
On (not) knowing where your food comes from: meat, mothering and ethical eating pp. 569-580 Downloads
Kate Cairns and Josée Johnston
Organic intimacy: emotional practices at an organic store pp. 581-594 Downloads
Jón Þór Pétursson
“It’s hard to be strategic when your hair is on fire”: alternative food movement leaders’ motivation and capacity to act pp. 595-609 Downloads
Lesli Hoey and Allison Sponseller
Fairness in alternative food networks: an exploration with midwestern social entrepreneurs pp. 611-621 Downloads
Mary Margaret Saulters, Mary K. Hendrickson and Fabio Chaddad
Governing large-scale farmland acquisitions in Québec: the conventional family farm model questioned pp. 623-636 Downloads
Frantz Gheller
Predicting youth participation in urban agriculture in Malaysia: insights from the theory of planned behavior and the functional approach to volunteer motivation pp. 637-650 Downloads
Neda Tiraieyari and Steven Eric Krauss
Decoupling from international food safety standards: how small-scale indigenous farmers cope with conflicting institutions to ensure market participation pp. 651-669 Downloads
Geovana Mercado, Carsten Nico Hjortsø and Benson Honig
What happens after technology adoption? Gendered aspects of small-scale irrigation technologies in Ethiopia, Ghana, and Tanzania pp. 671-684 Downloads
Sophie Theis, Nicole Lefore, Ruth Meinzen-Dick and Elizabeth Bryan
Adoption of new technologies by smallholder farmers: the contributions of extension, research institutes, cooperatives, and access to cash for improving tef production in Ethiopia pp. 685-699 Downloads
Anne M. Cafer and J. Sanford Rikoon
Gender power in Kenyan dairy: cows, commodities, and commercialization pp. 701-715 Downloads
Katie Tavenner and Todd A. Crane
Beyond culinary colonialism: indigenous food sovereignty, liberal multiculturalism, and the control of gastronomic capital pp. 717-730 Downloads
Sam Grey and Lenore Newman
Alessandro Bonanno and Lawrence Busch (eds): Handbook of the international political economy of agriculture and food pp. 731-732 Downloads
Marie Louise Ryan
Andrew Fisher: Big hunger: the unholy alliance between corporate America and anti-hunger groups pp. 733-734 Downloads
Diane K. Smith
Susan Futrell: Good apples: behind every bite pp. 735-736 Downloads
Carol J. Pierce Colfer
Howard Markel, The Kelloggs: The Battling Brothers of Battle Creek pp. 737-738 Downloads
Paul Thompson
Anabel Ford and Ronald Nigh: The Maya forest garden: eight millennia of sustainable cultivation of the tropical woodlands pp. 739-740 Downloads
S. Suresh Ramanan
Claudia Bieling and Tobias Plieninger (eds): The science and practice of landscape stewardship pp. 741-742 Downloads
Ryo Kohsaka
Pamela Mason and Tim Lang: Sustainable diets: how ecological nutrition can transform consumption and the food system pp. 743-744 Downloads
Kathleen Kevany

Volume 35, issue 2, 2018

Can sustainability auditing be indigenized? pp. 283-294 Downloads
John Reid and Matthew Rout
Extending ethical consumerism theory to semi-legal sectors: insights from recreational cannabis pp. 295-317 Downloads
Elizabeth A. Bennett
Cooptation or solidarity: food sovereignty in the developed world pp. 319-329 Downloads
Mark Christopher Navin and J. M. Dieterle
Civic seeds: new institutions for seed systems and communities—a 2016 survey of California seed libraries pp. 331-347 Downloads
Daniela Soleri
Do advisors perceive climate change as an agricultural risk? An in-depth examination of Midwestern U.S. Ag advisors’ views on drought, climate change, and risk management pp. 349-365 Downloads
Sarah P. Church, Michael Dunn, Nicholas Babin, Amber Saylor Mase, Tonya Haigh and Linda S. Prokopy
How knowledge deficit interventions fail to resolve beginning farmer challenges pp. 367-381 Downloads
Adam Calo
Off to market: but which one? Understanding the participation of small-scale farmers in short food supply chains—a Hungarian case study pp. 383-398 Downloads
Zsófia Benedek, Imre Fertő and Adrienn Molnár
Crop diversity in homegardens of southwest Uganda and its importance for rural livelihoods pp. 399-424 Downloads
Cory W. Whitney, Eike Luedeling, John R. S. Tabuti, Antonia Nyamukuru, Oliver Hensel, Jens Gebauer and Katja Kehlenbeck
Seeing below the surface: making soil processes visible to Ugandan smallholder farmers through a constructivist and experiential extension approach pp. 425-440 Downloads
Lauren Pincus, Heidi Ballard, Emily Harris and Kate Scow
Drawing lines in the cornfield: an analysis of discourse and identity relations across agri-food networks pp. 441-456 Downloads
Sarah Rotz
Participatory Guarantee Systems (PGS) in Mexico: a theoretic ideal or everyday practice? pp. 457-472 Downloads
Sonja Kaufmann and Christian R. Vogl
Moving away from technocratic framing: agroecology and food sovereignty as possible alternatives to alleviate rural malnutrition in Bangladesh pp. 473-487 Downloads
Manoj Misra
Socio-economic research on genetically modified crops: a study of the literature pp. 489-513 Downloads
Georgina Catacora-Vargas, Rosa Binimelis, Anne I. Myhr and Brian Wynne
Traditional beneficiaries: trade bans, exemptions, and morality embodied in diets pp. 515-527 Downloads
Kristie O’Neill
Farmland loss and concern in the Treasure Valley pp. 529-536 Downloads
Jillian l. Moroney and Rebecca Som Castellano
Todd LeVasseur, Pramod Parajuli and Norman Wirzba (eds.): Religion and sustainable agriculture: world spiritual traditions and food ethics pp. 537-538 Downloads
Christian Kelly Scott
Ruerd Ruben, Paul Hoebink (eds.): Coffee certification in East Africa: impact on farmers, families and cooperatives pp. 539-540 Downloads
Merielle C. Stamm
Kenneth McGill: Global inequality: anthropological insights pp. 541-542 Downloads
Noel B. Habashy
Peter Poschen: Decent work, green jobs and the sustainable economy: solutions for climate change and sustainable development pp. 543-544 Downloads
Bipana Paudel Timilsena
Devra I. Jarvis, T. Hodgkin, A.H.D. Brown, J. Tuxill, I. Lopez Noriega, M. Smale, and B. Sthapit: Crop genetic diversity in the field and on the farm: principles and applications in research practices pp. 545-546 Downloads
Maria F. Vivanco
Randall A. Bluffstone and Elizabeth J. Z. Robinson (eds.): Forest tenure reform in Asia and Africa: local control for improved livelihoods, forest management, and carbon sequestration pp. 547-548 Downloads
Sarah Eissler
Ottavio Quirico and Mouloud Boumghar (eds.): Climate change and human rights: an international and comparative law perspective pp. 549-550 Downloads
Ionica Oncioiu

Volume 35, issue 1, 2018

Why is meat so important in Western history and culture? A genealogical critique of biophysical and political-economic explanations pp. 1-17 Downloads
Robert M. Chiles and Amy J. Fitzgerald
Stacking functions: identifying motivational frames guiding urban agriculture organizations and businesses in the United States and Canada pp. 19-39 Downloads
Nathan McClintock and Michael Simpson
Changes in Ghanaian farming systems: stagnation or a quiet transformation? pp. 41-66 Downloads
Nazaire Houssou, Michael Johnson, Shashi Kolavalli and Collins Asante-Addo
Reconnecting through local food initiatives? Purpose, practice and conceptions of ‘value’ pp. 67-81 Downloads
Cayla Albrecht and John Smithers
Metropolitan farmers markets in Minneapolis and Vienna: a values-based comparison pp. 83-97 Downloads
Milena Klimek, Jim Bingen and Bernhard Freyer
Farmers’ perceptions of coexistence between agriculture and a large scale coal seam gas development pp. 99-115 Downloads
Neil I. Huth, Brett Cocks, Neal Dalgliesh, Perry L. Poulton, Oswald Marinoni and Javier Navarro Garcia
Social capital dimensions in household food security interventions: implications for rural Uganda pp. 117-129 Downloads
Haroon Sseguya, Robert E. Mazur and Cornelia B. Flora
Beyond polarization: using Q methodology to explore stakeholders’ views on pesticide use, and related risks for agricultural workers, in Washington State’s tree fruit industry pp. 131-147 Downloads
Nadine Lehrer and Gretchen Sneegas
"We are a business, not a social service agency." Barriers to widening access for low-income shoppers in alternative food market spaces pp. 149-162 Downloads
Kelly J. Hodgins and Evan D. G. Fraser
Indigenous worldviews and Western conventions: Sumak Kawsay and cocoa production in Ecuadorian Amazonia pp. 163-179 Downloads
Daniel Coq-Huelva, Bolier Torres-Navarrete and Carlos Bueno-Suárez
Contested fields: an analysis of anti-GMO politics on Hawai’i Island pp. 181-192 Downloads
Clare Gupta
Farm to school in British Columbia: mobilizing food literacy for food sovereignty pp. 193-206 Downloads
Lisa Jordan Powell and Hannah Wittman
Routine inertia and reactionary response in animal health best practice pp. 207-221 Downloads
Emma Jane Dillon, Thia Hennessy, Peter Howley, John Cullinan, Kevin Heanue and Anthony Cawley
Sustainable palm oil as a public responsibility? On the governance capacity of Indonesian Standard for Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) pp. 223-242 Downloads
Nia Kurniawati Hidayat, Astrid Offermans and Pieter Glasbergen
Hiding hunger: food insecurity in middle America pp. 243-254 Downloads
Lydia Zepeda
A climate for commerce: the political agronomy of conservation agriculture in Zambia pp. 255-268 Downloads
Ola Tveitereid Westengen, Progress Nyanga, Douty Chibamba, Monica Guillen-Royo and Dan Banik
Carlisle, Liz: Lentil underground: renegade farmers and the future of food in America pp. 269-270 Downloads
Merielle C. Stamm
Alex V. Barnard: Freegans: diving into the wealth of food waste in America pp. 271-272 Downloads
Johann Strube
Richa Kumar: Rethinking revolutions: soyabean, choupals, and the changing countryside in Central India pp. 273-274 Downloads
Jonathan Harwood
Amanda Kennedy and Jonathan Liljeblad (eds.): Food systems governance: challenges for justice, equality and human rights pp. 275-276 Downloads
Arie Sanders
Ndongo S. Sylla: The Fair Trade scandal: marketing poverty to benefit the rich pp. 277-278 Downloads
Andrew M. Husk
Peter Dauvergne: Environmentalism of the rich pp. 279-280 Downloads
Grace Wildermuth
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