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Volume 41, issue 1, 2024

AFHVS 2023 Presidential Address: generating joy to confront and create power pp. 1-7 Downloads
Jill K. Clark
Organic as civic engagement revisited: civic codes and deliberative strategies in the debate about hydroponic certification pp. 9-24 Downloads
Michael A. Haedicke
A one-sided love affair? On the potential for a coalition between degrowth and community-supported agriculture in Germany pp. 25-45 Downloads
Julia Spanier, Leonie Guerrero Lara and Giuseppe Feola
Identifying public trust building priorities of gene editing in agriculture and food pp. 47-60 Downloads
Christopher Cummings, Theresa Selfa, Sonja Lindberg and Carmen Bain
An immersive, comparative approach to experiential learning in food studies education pp. 61-73 Downloads
Nadine Lehrer
In the shadow of state-led agrarian reforms: smallholder pervasiveness in rural China pp. 75-90 Downloads
Brooke Wilmsen, Sarah Rogers, Andrew van Hulten and Duan Yuefang
Worldviews, values and perspectives towards the future of the livestock sector pp. 91-108 Downloads
Kirsty Joanna Blair, Dominic Moran and Peter Alexander
Labour relations and working conditions of workers on smallholder cocoa farms in Ghana pp. 109-120 Downloads
Evans Appiah Kissi and Christian Herzig
Crafting the wild: growing ginseng in the simulated wild in Appalachia pp. 121-133 Downloads
Katherine Farley
Re-enchanting meat: how sacred meaning-making strengthens the ethical meat movement pp. 135-146 Downloads
Christine Jeske
Agriculture and environment: friends or foes? Conceptualising agri-environmental discourses under the European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy pp. 147-166 Downloads
Ilona Rac, Karmen Erjavec and Emil Erjavec
(Un)intended lock-in: Chile’s organic agriculture law and the possibility of transformation towards more sustainable food systems pp. 167-187 Downloads
Maria Contesse, Jessica Duncan, Katharine Legun and Laurens Klerkx
Charitable food provision as a strategic action field: introducing a meso-level perspective on food support organizing pp. 189-204 Downloads
Filippo Oncini
Can I speak to the manager? The gender dynamics of decision-making in Kenyan maize plots pp. 205-224 Downloads
Rachel C Voss, Zachary M. Gitonga, Jason Donovan, Mariana Garcia-Medina and Pauline Muindi
Lifestyle or profit? The complex decision-making criteria for local food entrepreneurs pp. 225-238 Downloads
Edward Crowley, Steven Austin Stovall, Nick Johnston and Julie Weathers
Modeling hemp as an innovative input: an application of the diffusion of innovations in a sample of hemp aware consumers pp. 239-248 Downloads
Hannah Lacasse, Jane Kolodinsky, Travis Reynolds and Heather Darby
Perception and acceptance of robots in dairy farming—a cluster analysis of German citizens pp. 249-267 Downloads
Greta Langer and Sarah Kühl
Work in progress: power in transformation to postcapitalist work relations in community–supported agriculture pp. 269-291 Downloads
Guilherme Raj, Giuseppe Feola and Hens Runhaar
The persistence of precarity: youth livelihood struggles and aspirations in the context of truncated agrarian change, South Sulawesi, Indonesia pp. 293-311 Downloads
Christina Griffin, Nurhady Sirimorok, Wolfram H. Dressler, Muhammad Alif K. Sahide, Micah R. Fisher, Fatwa Faturachmat, Andi Vika Faradiba Muin, Pamula Mita Andary, Karno B. Batiran, Rahmat, Muhammad Rizaldi, Tessa Toumbourou, Reni Suwarso, Wilmar Salim, Ariane Utomo, Fandi Akhmad and Jessica Clendenning
When justifications are mistaken for motivations: COVID-related dietary changes at the food-health decision-making nexus pp. 313-330 Downloads
Michael Carolan
Agroecological management of spontaneous vegetation in Bachajón’s Tseltal Maya milpa: a preventive focus pp. 331-344 Downloads
Betsabe Guillen Pasillas, Helda Morales, Bruce G. Ferguson, Evelio Gómez Hernández, Guadalupe del Carmen Álvarez Gordillo and Mateo Mier y Terán Giménez Cacho
Easier said than defined? Conceptualising justice in food system transitions pp. 345-362 Downloads
Annemarieke Bruin, Imke J.M. Boer, Niels R. Faber, Gjalt Jong, Katrien J.A.M. Termeer and Evelien M. Olde
How the social dignity of recipients is violated and protected across various forms of food aid in high-income countries: a scoping review pp. 363-379 Downloads
Thirza Andriessen and Laura A. Velde
“We’re very late to the party”: motivations and challenges with improving soil health in Utah pp. 381-386 Downloads
Peggy Petrzelka, Jessica Ulrich-Schad and Matt Yost
Conflicts between being a “Good Farmer” and freshwater policy: A New Zealand case study pp. 387-392 Downloads
S. Walton, J. M. Lord, A. J. Lord and V. Kahui

Volume 40, issue 4, 2023

A genealogy of sustainable agriculture narratives: implications for the transformative potential of regenerative agriculture pp. 1379-1397 Downloads
Anja Bless, Federico Davila and Roel Plant
Enhancing resilience through seed system plurality and diversity: challenges and barriers to seed sourcing during (and in spite of) a global pandemic pp. 1399-1418 Downloads
Carina Isbell, Daniel Tobin, Kristal Jones and Travis W. Reynolds
Something to eat: experiences of food insecurity on the farm pp. 1419-1436 Downloads
Briana E. Rockler, Stephanie K. Grutzmacher, Jonathan Garcia, Marc T. Braverman and Ellen Smit
Agroecology as a Philosophy of Life pp. 1437-1450 Downloads
Dana James, Rebecca Wolff and Hannah Wittman
Antibiotic responsibility and agricultural publics: diverse stakeholder perceptions of antibiotic use in animal agriculture pp. 1451-1464 Downloads
David M. Lansing and Jaime Barrett
Food justice in Vermont’s environmentally vulnerable communities pp. 1465-1479 Downloads
Qing Ren, Bindu Panikkar, Teresa Mares, Linda Berlin and Claire Golder
The resilience and viability of farmers markets in the United States as an alternative food network: case studies from Michigan during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 1481-1496 Downloads
Chelsea Wentworth, Phillip Warsaw, Krista Isaacs, Abou Traore, Angel Hammon and Arena Lewis
Thick critiques, thin solutions: news media coverage of meatpacking plants in the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 1497-1512 Downloads
Brody Trottier
As if you were hiring a new employee: on pig veterinarians’ perceptions of professional roles and relationships in the context of smart sensing technologies in pig husbandry in the Netherlands and Germany pp. 1513-1526 Downloads
Mona F. Giersberg and Franck L. B. Meijboom
Comment on “Does direct farm marketing fulfill its promises? analyzing job satisfaction among direct‑market farmers in Canada” pp. 1527-1529 Downloads
Alessandro Corsi
Farmer satisfaction and short food supply chains pp. 1531-1536 Downloads
Stevens Azima and Patrick Mundler
Improving conservation outcomes in agricultural landscapes: farmer perceptions of native vegetation on the Yorke Peninsula, South Australia pp. 1537-1557 Downloads
Bianca Amato and Sophie Petit
The adoption of conservation practices in the Corn Belt: the role of one formal farmer network, Practical Farmers of Iowa pp. 1559-1580 Downloads
L. Asprooth, M. Norton and R. Galt
“Don’t mince words”: analysis of problematizations in Australian alternative protein regulatory debates pp. 1581-1598 Downloads
Hope Johnson, Christine Parker and Brodie Evans
‘Smallholding for Whom?’: The effect of human capital appropriation on smallholder palm farmers pp. 1599-1619 Downloads
Gabriel B. Snashall and Helen M. Poulos
Correction to: ‘Smallholding for whom?’: The effect of human capital appropriation on smallholder palm farmers pp. 1621-1621 Downloads
Gabriel B. Snashall and Helen M. Poulos
Feed the futureland: an actor-based approach to studying food security projects pp. 1623-1637 Downloads
Carrie Seay-Fleming
Beyond farming women: queering gender, work and family farms pp. 1639-1651 Downloads
Prisca Pfammatter and Joost Jongerden
Farmers` agonistic conflict frames regarding river restoration disputes pp. 1653-1673 Downloads
Thomas Fickel
The human being at the heart of agroecological transitions: insights from cognitive mapping of actors’ vision of change in Roquefort area pp. 1675-1696 Downloads
Gwen Christiansen, Jean Simonneaux and Laurent Hazard
Moving towards an anti-colonial definition for regenerative agriculture pp. 1697-1716 Downloads
Bryony Sands, Mario Reinaldo Machado, Alissa White, Egleé Zent and Rachelle Gould
Sushmita Chatterjee and Banu Subramaniam, Eds.: Meat! A Transnational Analysis pp. 1717-1718 Downloads
Çağla Ay
Laura German: Power / Knowledge / Land: Contested ontologies of land and its governance in Africa pp. 1719-1720 Downloads
Jim Riddell
Glenn Davis Stone: The agricultural dilemma: how not to feed the world pp. 1721-1722 Downloads
Hitesh Pant

Volume 40, issue 3, 2023

Contested agri-food futures: Introduction to the Special Issue pp. 787-798 Downloads
Mascha Gugganig, Karly Ann Burch, Julie Guthman and Kelly Bronson
What is a food system? Exploring enactments of the food system multiple pp. 799-813 Downloads
Samara Brock
Inserting machines, displacing people: how automation imaginaries for agriculture promise ‘liberation’ from the industrialized farm pp. 815-833 Downloads
Patrick Baur and Alastair Iles
Fixing food with a limited menu: on (digital) solutionism in the agri-food tech sector pp. 835-848 Downloads
Julie Guthman and Michaelanne Butler
Tackling land’s ‘stubborn materiality’: the interplay of imaginaries, data and digital technologies within farmland assetization pp. 849-863 Downloads
Sarah Ruth Sippel
Making plant pathology algorithmically recognizable pp. 865-878 Downloads
Cornelius Heimstädt
More bytes per acre: do vertical farming’s land sparing promises stand on solid ground? pp. 879-895 Downloads
Mark Bomford
Small farmers, big tech: agrarian commerce and knowledge on Myanmar Facebook pp. 897-911 Downloads
Hilary Oliva Faxon
Ag-tech, agroecology, and the politics of alternative farming futures: The challenges of bringing together diverse agricultural epistemologies pp. 913-928 Downloads
Summer Sullivan
Improving the agri-food biotechnology conversation: bridging science communication with science and technology studies pp. 929-938 Downloads
Garrett M. Broad
Social science – STEM collaborations in agriculture, food and beyond: an STSFAN manifesto pp. 939-949 Downloads
Karly Burch, Julie Guthman, Mascha Gugganig, Kelly Bronson, Matt Comi, Katharine Legun, Charlotte Biltekoff, Garrett Broad, Samara Brock, Susanne Freidberg, Patrick Baur and Diana Mincyte
Cultivating intellectual community in academia: reflections from the Science and Technology Studies Food and Agriculture Network (STSFAN) pp. 951-959 Downloads
Karly Burch, Mascha Gugganig, Julie Guthman, Emily Reisman, Matt Comi, Samara Brock, Barkha Kagliwal, Susanne Freidberg, Patrick Baur, Cornelius Heimstädt, Sarah Ruth Sippel, Kelsey Speakman, Sarah Marquis, Lucía Argüelles, Charlotte Biltekoff, Garrett Broad, Kelly Bronson, Hilary Faxon, Xaq Frohlich, Ritwick Ghosh, Saul Halfon, Katharine Legun and Sarah J. Martin
Genebanking plant genetic resources in the postgenomic era pp. 961-971 Downloads
Sylvain Aubry
Re-centering labour in local food: local washing and the growing reliance on permanently temporary migrant farmworkers in Nova Scotia pp. 973-988 Downloads
Elizabeth Fitting, Catherine Bryan, Karen Foster and Jason W. M. Ellsworth
Consumer perception and understanding of the risks of antibiotic use and antimicrobial resistance in farming pp. 989-1001 Downloads
Áine Regan, Sharon Sweeney, Claire McKernan, Tony Benson and Moira Dean
The COVID-19 pandemic and food assistance organizations’ responses in New York’s Capital District pp. 1003-1017 Downloads
Lauren Winkler, Taylor Goodell, Siddharth Nizamuddin, Sam Blumenthal and Nurcan Atalan-Helicke
Contemporary narratives about asymmetries in responsibility in global agri-food value chains: the case of the Ecuadorian stakeholders in the banana value chain pp. 1019-1038 Downloads
Claudia Coral and Dagmar Mithöfer
LGBTQ+ food insufficiency in New England pp. 1039-1054 Downloads
Isaac Sohn Leslie, Jessica Carson and Analena Bruce
Just-in-case transitions and the pursuit of resilient food systems: enumerative politics and what it means to make care count pp. 1055-1066 Downloads
Michael Carolan
Modeling community garden participation: how locations and frames shape participant demographics pp. 1067-1085 Downloads
Katie L. Butterfield
The art of Buddhist connectivity: Organic rice farming in Thailand pp. 1087-1103 Downloads
Chanatporn Limprapoowiwattana
Ambient struggling: food, chronic disease, and spatial isolation among the urban poor pp. 1105-1116 Downloads
Adam Pine
Navigating the information landscape: public and private information source access by midwest farmers pp. 1117-1135 Downloads
Kristina Beethem, Sandra T. Marquart-Pyatt, Jennifer Lai and Tian Guo
Towards quantifying relational values: crop diversity and the relational and instrumental values of seed growers in Vermont pp. 1137-1152 Downloads
Daniel Tobin
The bright and the dark side of commercial urban agriculture labeling pp. 1153-1170 Downloads
Marilyne Chicoine, Francine Rodier and Fabien Durif
“Taken-left” dynamics? Rethink the livelihood changes of affected villagers in the era of the global land rush pp. 1171-1184 Downloads
Yunan Xu
Applying the feminist agrifood systems theory (fast) to U.S. organic, value-added, and non-organic non-value-added farms pp. 1185-1204 Downloads
Katherine Dentzman, Ryanne Pilgeram and Falin Wilson
Male and stale? Questioning the role of “opinion leaders” in agricultural programs pp. 1205-1220 Downloads
Petr Matous
Beyond a neoliberal critique of hunger: a genealogy of food charity in Aotearoa New Zealand pp. 1221-1238 Downloads
Katharine S. E. Cresswell Riol and Sean Connelly
A preliminary assessment of food policy obstacles in California’s produce recovery networks pp. 1239-1258 Downloads
Cristina Chiarella, Yulia Lamoureaux, Alda A. F. Pires, Rachel Surls, Robert Bennaton, Julia Soelen Kim, Suzanne Grady, Thais M. Ramos, Vikram Koundinya and Erin DiCaprio
“No one is talking about food”: making agriculture a “business” in Ghana pp. 1259-1272 Downloads
Joeva Sean Rock
Measuring the end of hunger: Knowledge politics in the selection of SDG food security indicators pp. 1273-1286 Downloads
Thor Olav Iversen, Ola Westengen and Morten Jerven
Between ambitions and actions: how citizens navigate the entrepreneurial process of co-producing sustainable urban food futures pp. 1287-1302 Downloads
Koen Gaast, Jan Eelco Jansma and Sigrid Wertheim-Heck
Social solidarity, social infrastructure, and community food access pp. 1303-1315 Downloads
Katie Kerstetter, Drew Bonner, Kristopher Cleland, Mia Jesús-Martin, Rachelle Quintanilla, Amy L. Best, Dominique Hazzard and Jordan Carter
Committing to change? A case study on volunteer engagement at a New Zealand urban farm pp. 1317-1331 Downloads
Daniel C. Kelly
Ecological regulation for healthy and sustainable food systems: responding to the global rise of ultra-processed foods pp. 1333-1358 Downloads
Tanita Northcott, Mark Lawrence, Christine Parker and Phillip Baker
Are fencelines sites of engagement or avoidance in farmer adoption of alternative practices? pp. 1359-1365 Downloads
Kate Sherren, H. M. Tuihedur Rahman, Brooke McWherter and Seonaid MacDonell
David Meek: The political ecology of education: Brazil’s landless workers’ movement and the politics of knowledge pp. 1367-1368 Downloads
Maureen M. Callahan
Grajales, Jacobo: Agrarian capitalism, war and peace in Colombia: beyond dispossession pp. 1369-1370 Downloads
Daniel J. Hayes
Paul B. Thompson and Patricia E. Norris: sustainability–what everyone needs to know pp. 1371-1372 Downloads
Lucía Díez Sanjuán
Liz Carlisle: Healing grounds: Climate, justice, and the deep roots of regenerative farming pp. 1373-1374 Downloads
Kaustubh Kumar

Volume 40, issue 2, 2023

Everyday digitalization in food and agriculture: Introduction to the symposium pp. 417-421 Downloads
Jérémie Forney, Angga Dwiartama and Dana Bentia
The old, the new, or the old made new? Everyday counter-narratives of the so-called fourth agricultural revolution pp. 423-439 Downloads
David Christian Rose, Anna Barkemeyer, Auvikki Boon, Catherine Price and Dannielle Roche
The project, the everyday, and reflexivity in sociotechnical agri-food assemblages: proposing a conceptual model of digitalisation pp. 441-454 Downloads
Jérémie Forney and Angga Dwiartama
Intellectual property meets transdisciplinary co-design: prioritizing responsiveness in the production of new AgTech through located response-ability pp. 455-474 Downloads
Karly Ann Burch, Dawn Nafus, Katharine Legun and Laurens Klerkx
Constructing agri-food for finance: startups, venture capital and food future imaginaries pp. 475-488 Downloads
Sarah Ruth Sippel and Moritz Dolinga
The digital labor of ethical food consumption: a new research agenda for studying everyday food digitalization pp. 489-500 Downloads
Tanja Schneider and Karin Eli
Can a robot be an expert? The social meaning of skill and its expression through the prospect of autonomous AgTech pp. 501-517 Downloads
Katharine Legun, Karly Ann Burch and Laurens Klerkx
Governing taste: data, temporality and everyday kiwifruit dry matter performances pp. 519-531 Downloads
Matthew Henry, Christopher Rosin and Sarah Edwards
With great power comes great responsibility: why ‘safe enough’ is not good enough in debates on new gene technologies pp. 533-545 Downloads
Sigfrid Kjeldaas, Tim Dassler, Trine Antonsen, Odd-Gunnar Wikmark and Anne I. Myhr
Correction: With great power comes great responsibility: why ‘safe enough’ is not good enough in debates on new gene technologies pp. 547-547 Downloads
Sigfrid Kjeldaas, Tim Dassler, Trine Antonsen, Odd-Gunner Wikmark and Anne I. Myhr
“Half a flood’s no good”: flooding, viticulture, and hydrosocial terroir in a South Australian wine region pp. 549-564 Downloads
William Skinner, Georgina Drew and Douglas K. Bardsley
Farming futures: Perspectives of Irish agricultural stakeholders on data sharing and data governance pp. 565-580 Downloads
Claire Brown, Áine Regan and Simone van der Burg
Authorizing the ‘taste of place’ for Galápagos Islands coffee: scientific knowledge, development politics, and power in geographical indication implementation pp. 581-597 Downloads
Matthew J. Zinsli
Neoliberal peri-urban economies and the predicament of dairy farmers: a case study of the Illawarra region, New South Wales pp. 599-617 Downloads
Ren Hu and Nicholas J. Gill
Assessing changes in food pantry access after extreme events pp. 619-634 Downloads
John P. Casellas Connors, Mastura Safayet, Nathanael Rosenheim and Maria Watson
Understanding the influence of indigenous values on change in the dairy industry pp. 635-647 Downloads
Jorie Knook, Anita Wreford, Hamish Gow and Murray Hemi
Constructing legitimacy for technologies developed in response to environmental regulation: the case of ammonia emission-reducing technology for the Flemish intensive livestock industry pp. 649-665 Downloads
Daniel Velden, Joost Dessein, Laurens Klerkx and Lies Debruyne
Neo-colonialism in the Polish rural world: CAP approach and the phenomenon of suitcase farmers pp. 667-691 Downloads
Mirosław Biczkowski, Roman Rudnicki, Justyna Chodkowska-Miszczuk, Łukasz Wiśniewski, Mariusz Kistowski and Paweł Wiśniewski
Alternative visions of “ethical” dairying: changing entanglements with calves, cows and care pp. 693-707 Downloads
Merisa S. Thompson
Exploring member trust in German community-supported agriculture: a multiple regression analysis pp. 709-724 Downloads
Felix Zoll, Caitlin K. Kirby, Kathrin Specht and Rosemarie Siebert
Food insecurity and the covid pandemic: uneven impacts for food bank systems in Europe pp. 725-743 Downloads
Daniel N. Warshawsky
Intensified rice production negatively impacts plant biodiversity, diet, lifestyle and quality of life: transdisciplinary and gendered research in the Middle Senegal River Valley pp. 745-760 Downloads
Danièle Clavel, Hélène Guétat-Bernard and Eric O. Verger
Kumusha and masalads: (inter)generational foodways and urban food security in Zimbabwe pp. 761-775 Downloads
Sara F. Brouwer
Benjamin Lorr: the secret life of groceries: the dark miracle of the American supermarket pp. 777-778 Downloads
Joe Hollis
Frank Lohrberg, Katharina Christenn, Ayça Sancar and Axel Timpe: Urban agricultural heritage pp. 779-780 Downloads
Mohammad Reza Khalilnezhad
Matthew C. Canfield: Translating food sovereignty: Cultivating justice in an age of transnational governance pp. 781-782 Downloads
Tiffany K. Woods

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
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