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Volume 38, issue 1, 2021

Farmer perspectives on farmers markets in low-income urban areas: a case study in three Michigan cities pp. 1-14 Downloads
Dru Montri, Kimberly Chung and Bridget Behe
The new contadini: transformative labor in Italian vineyards pp. 15-28 Downloads
Rebecca M. Feinberg
Locked-in or ready for climate change mitigation? Agri-food networks as structures for dairy-beef farming pp. 29-41 Downloads
Maja Farstad, Heidi Vinge and Egil Petter Stræte
Food justice for all?: searching for the ‘justice multiple’ in UK food movements pp. 43-58 Downloads
Helen Coulson and Paul Milbourne
How the collaborative work of farm to school can disrupt neoliberalism in public schools pp. 59-71 Downloads
Andrea Bisceglia, Jennifer Hauver, David Berle and Jennifer Jo Thompson
Food system perspective on fisheries and aquaculture development in Asia pp. 73-90 Downloads
Xavier Tezzo, Simon R. Bush, Peter Oosterveer and Ben Belton
Food sovereignty policies and the quest to democratize food system governance in Nicaragua pp. 91-105 Downloads
Wendy Godek
Understanding the public attitudinal acceptance of digital farming technologies: a nationwide survey in Germany pp. 107-128 Downloads
Johanna Pfeiffer, Andreas Gabriel and Markus Gandorfer
Building and transforming collective agency and collective identity to address Latinx farmworkers’ needs and challenges in rural Vermont pp. 129-143 Downloads
Diego Thompson
Organizing for thoughtful food: a meshwork approach pp. 145-155 Downloads
Kathryn Pavlovich, Alison Henderson and David Barling
How many chickens does it take to make an egg? Animal welfare and environmental benefits of replacing eggs with plant foods at the University of California, and beyond pp. 157-174 Downloads
David Arthur Cleveland, Quentin Gee, Audrey Horn, Lauren Weichert and Mickael Blancho
The power to convene: making sense of the power of food movement organizations in governance processes in the Global North pp. 175-191 Downloads
Jill K. Clark, Kristen Lowitt, Charles Z. Levkoe and Peter Andrée
Environmental justice in the American south: an analysis of black women farmworkers in Apopka, Florida pp. 193-204 Downloads
Anne Saville and Alison E. Adams
Unearthing the entangled roots of urban agriculture pp. 205-220 Downloads
Jonathan K. London, Bethany B. Cutts, Kirsten Schwarz, Li Schmidt and Mary L. Cadenasso
Blunting EU Regulation 1107/2009: following a regulation into a system of agricultural innovation pp. 221-241 Downloads
Sophie Payne-Gifford, Chittur Srinivasan and Peter Dorward
Putting food access in its topological place: thinking in terms of relational becomings when mapping space pp. 243-256 Downloads
Michael Carolan
Preserving cultural heritage through the valorization of Cordillera heirloom rice in the Philippines pp. 257-270 Downloads
Subir Bairagi, Marie Claire Custodio, Alvaro Durand-Morat and Matty Demont
Introduction to symposium ‘Reimagining land: materiality, affect and the uneven trajectories of land transformation’ pp. 271-282 Downloads
Sarah Ruth Sippel and Oane Visser
Correction to: Introduction to symposium ‘Reimagining land: materiality, affect and the uneven trajectories of land transformation’ pp. 283-283 Downloads
Sarah Ruth Sippel and Oane Visser
In vino veritas, in aqua lucrum: Farmland investment, environmental uncertainty, and groundwater access in California’s Cuyama Valley pp. 285-299 Downloads
Madeleine Fairbairn, Jim LaChance, Kathryn Teigen De Master and Loka Ashwood
Rupturing violent land imaginaries: finding hope through a land titling campaign in Cambodia pp. 301-312 Downloads
Laura Schoenberger and Alice Beban
Persistent farmland imaginaries: celebration of fertile soil and the recurrent ignorance of climate pp. 313-326 Downloads
Oane Visser
‘Milk from the purest place on earth’: examining Chinese investments in the Australian dairy sector pp. 327-338 Downloads
Michaela Böhme
Steven McFadden: Deep agroecology: farms, food, and our future pp. 339-340 Downloads
Simona Zollet
Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern: The new American farmer: Immigration, race, and the struggle for sustainability pp. 341-342 Downloads
Andrew Flachs
Christopher Mayes: Unsettling food politics: agriculture, dispossession and sovereignty in Australia pp. 343-344 Downloads
Eden Kinkaid
Monica M. White: Freedom farmers: Agricultural resistance and the Black freedom movement pp. 345-346 Downloads
Fiona C. Doherty

Volume 37, issue 4, 2020

Radical roots and twenty-first century realities: rediscovering the egalitarian aspirations of Land Grant University Extension pp. 935-943 Downloads
Marcia Ostrom
Palatable disruption: the politics of plant milk pp. 945-962 Downloads
Nathan Clay, Alexandra E. Sexton, Tara Garnett and Jamie Lorimer
To the market and back? A study of the interplay between public policy and market-driven initiatives to improve farm animal welfare in the Danish pork sector pp. 963-981 Downloads
Lars Esbjerg
How farmers “repair” the industrial agricultural system pp. 983-997 Downloads
Matthew Houser, Ryan Gunderson, Diana Stuart and Riva C. H. Denny
Agencing an innovative territorial trade scheme between crop and livestock farming: the contributions of the sociology of market agencements to alternative agri-food network analysis pp. 999-1012 Downloads
Ronan Le Velly and Marc Moraine
Competing food sovereignties: GMO-free activism, democracy and state preemptive laws in Southern Oregon pp. 1013-1025 Downloads
Rebecka Daye
Feeding the melting pot: inclusive strategies for the multi-ethnic city pp. 1027-1040 Downloads
Anke Brons, Peter Oosterveer and Sigrid Wertheim-Heck
Acting like an algorithm: digital farming platforms and the trajectories they (need not) lock-in pp. 1041-1053 Downloads
Michael Carolan
Sustainability transitions in agri-food systems: insights from South Korea’s universal free, eco-friendly school lunch program pp. 1055-1071 Downloads
Jennifer E. Gaddis and June Jeon
The real meal deal: assessing student preferences for “real food” at Fort Lewis College pp. 1073-1081 Downloads
Kathleen Hilimire and Carl Schnitker
From texts to enacting practices: defining fair and equitable research principles for plant genetic resources in West Africa pp. 1083-1094 Downloads
F. Jankowski, S. Louafi, N. A. Kane, M. Diol, A. Diao Camara, J.-L. Pham, C. Berthouly-Salazar and A. Barnaud
A carrot isn’t a carrot isn’t a carrot: tracing value in alternative practices of food exchange pp. 1095-1109 Downloads
Galina Kallio
From left behind to leader: gender, agency, and food sovereignty in China pp. 1111-1123 Downloads
Li Zhang
Effects of institutional pressures on the governance of food safety in emerging food supply chains: a case of Lebanese food processors pp. 1125-1138 Downloads
Gumataw Kifle Abebe
Farmer field schools and the co-creation of knowledge and innovation: the mediating role of social capital pp. 1139-1154 Downloads
Chrysanthi Charatsari, Evagelos D. Lioutas and Alex Koutsouris
Virtualizing the ‘good life’: reworking narratives of agrarianism and the rural idyll in a computer game pp. 1155-1173 Downloads
Lee-Ann Sutherland
When farmers are pulled in too many directions: comparing institutional drivers of food safety and environmental sustainability in California agriculture pp. 1175-1194 Downloads
Patrick Baur
Political economy challenges for climate smart agriculture in Africa pp. 1195-1206 Downloads
Helena Shilomboleni
Sustainability transitions in the context of pandemic: an introduction to the focused issue on social innovation and systemic impact pp. 1207-1215 Downloads
Geoffrey Desa and Xiangping Jia
Social entrepreneurship and impact investment in rural–urban transformation: An orientation to systemic social innovation and symposium findings pp. 1217-1239 Downloads
Xiangping Jia and Geoffrey Desa
‘Workable utopias’ for social change through inclusion and empowerment? Community supported agriculture (CSA) in Wales as social innovation pp. 1241-1260 Downloads
Tezcan Mert-Cakal and Mara Miele
Bridging the rural–urban divide in social innovation transfer: the role of values pp. 1261-1279 Downloads
Imran Chowdhury
Blended finance for agriculture: exploring the constraints and possibilities of combining financial instruments for sustainable transitions pp. 1281-1292 Downloads
Tanja Havemann, Christine Negra and Fred Werneck
Priming the pump of impact entrepreneurship and social finance in China pp. 1293-1311 Downloads
Xiangping Jia
Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern: The new American farmer: immigration, race, and the struggle for sustainability pp. 1313-1314 Downloads
Eden Kinkaid
Carol Off: Bitter chocolate: anatomy of an industry pp. 1315-1316 Downloads
Allison L. Brown
Harvey S. James, Jr. (ed.): Ethical tensions from new technology: the case of agricultural biotechnology pp. 1317-1318 Downloads
Sonja Lindberg
Gina Rae La Cerva: Feasting wild: in search of the last untamed food pp. 1319-1320 Downloads
F. E. Jack Putz
Stan cox: the green new deal and beyond: ending the climate emergency while we still can pp. 1321-1322 Downloads
Jacob A. Miller

Volume 37, issue 3, 2020

Here we are: Agriculture and Human Values in the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic pp. 515-516 Downloads
Matthew R. Sanderson
Post COVID 19 and food pathways to sustainable transformation pp. 517-519 Downloads
Alison Blay-Palmer, Rachel Carey, Elodie Valette and Matthew R. Sanderson
To free ourselves we must feed ourselves pp. 521-522 Downloads
Leah Penniman
A dose of reality pp. 523-523 Downloads
Bill McKibben
Agroecology and the emergence of a post COVID-19 agriculture pp. 525-526 Downloads
Miguel A. Altieri and Clara Ines Nicholls
What can people think of doing when they have little money? pp. 527-528 Downloads
Wes Jackson and Robert Jensen
Maybe there is an alternative after all? pp. 529-530 Downloads
Rob Hopkins
Keeping up with the fast-moving world of crisis management pp. 531-533 Downloads
Charles W. Rice, Robin Schoen, Aristos Aristidou, Shane C. Burgess, Susan Capalbo, Gail Czarnecki-Maulden, Bernadette Dunham, Gibesa Ejeta, Jay S. Famigilietti, Fred Gould, John Hamer, Douglas B. Jackson-Smith, James W. Jones, Ermias Kebreab, Stephen S. Kelley, Jan E. Leach, Robin Lougee, Jill McCluskey, Karen I. Plaut, Ricardo J. Salvador and V. Alaric Sample
Unequally vulnerable: a food justice approach to racial disparities in COVID-19 cases pp. 535-536 Downloads
Alison Hope Alkon, Sarah Bowen, Yuki Kato and Kara Alexis Young
The urgency of transforming the Midwestern U.S. landscape into more than corn and soybean pp. 537-539 Downloads
Linda S. Prokopy, Benjamin M. Gramig, Alisha Bower, Sarah P. Church, Brenna Ellison, Philip W. Gassman, Ken Genskow, Douglas Gucker, Steve G. Hallett, Jason Hill, Natalie Hunt, Kris A. Johnson, Ian Kaplan, J. Paul Kelleher, Hans Kok, Michael Komp, Peter Lammers, Sarah LaRose, Matthew Liebman, Andrew Margenot, David Mulla, Michael J. O’Donnell, Alex W. Peimer, Elizabeth Reaves, Kara Salazar, Chelsea Schelly, Keith Schilling, Silvia Secchi, Aslihan D. Spaulding, David Swenson, Aaron W. Thompson and Jessica D. Ulrich-Schad
COVID-19 crisis: time to reflect on how we live and interact with nature pp. 541-542 Downloads
Elizabeth Mpofu
South Africa’s lockdown regulations and the reinforcement of anti-informality bias pp. 543-544 Downloads
Jane Battersby
Differentiate or die: reconstructing market(place) economies pp. 545-546 Downloads
Alfonso Morales
Transforming food and agriculture systems with agroecology pp. 547-548 Downloads
Stephen R. Gliessman
COVID-19 and the Indian farm sector: ensuring everyone’s seat at the table pp. 549-550 Downloads
Boidurjo Rick Mukhopadhyay
COVID-19, the Anthropocene, and transformative change pp. 551-552 Downloads
Charles Massy
Planning and pandemics COVID 19 illuminates why urban planners should have listened to food advocates all along pp. 553-554 Downloads
Samina Raja
Rice revitalization and food sovereignty in Sabah pp. 555-556 Downloads
Cynthia Ong and Kenneth Wilson
From crisis to utopia: crafting new public–private articulation at territorial level to design sustainable food systems pp. 557-558 Downloads
Patrick Caron
Pandemic shows deep vulnerabilities pp. 559-560 Downloads
Molly D. Anderson
Challenges to the food supply in the UK: collaboration, value and the labour force pp. 561-562 Downloads
David Barling
Peering through the portal: COVID-19 and the future of agriculture pp. 563-564 Downloads
Curt Meine
Feeding our autonomy: resilience in the face of the CoVid-19 and future pandemics pp. 565-566 Downloads
Fatuma Emmad and Devon G. Peña
COVID-19 and medical professionals: lessons for agriculture pp. 567-568 Downloads
Steven A. Wolf
Native food systems impacted by COVID pp. 569-570 Downloads
Elizabeth Hoover
Challenges facing the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil: lessons from short food supply systems pp. 571-572 Downloads
Potira V. Preiss
COVID-19 and a shifted perspective on infectious farm animal disease research pp. 573-574 Downloads
Lewis Holloway
“If the virus doesn’t kill me…”: socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19 on rural working people in the Global South pp. 575-576 Downloads
Jennifer C. Franco
COVID-19 and disruptions to food systems pp. 577-578 Downloads
Tim G. Benton
Covid lays bare the brittleness of a concentrated and consolidated food system pp. 579-580 Downloads
Mary K. Hendrickson
A time of reflection: a time for change pp. 581-582 Downloads
Jeff Moyer
Distributive food systems to build just and liveable futures pp. 583-584 Downloads
Ana Moragues-Faus
What a stay-at-home order means for migrant dairy workers pp. 585-586 Downloads
Teresa Mares
Agri-food tech discovers silver linings in the pandemic pp. 587-588 Downloads
Madeleine Fairbairn and Julie Guthman
Food frights: COVID-19 and the specter of hunger pp. 589-590 Downloads
Maggie Dickinson
COVID-19: fight or flight pp. 591-592 Downloads
Andrew Gunther
COVID, food, and the Parable of the Shmoo pp. 593-594 Downloads
M. Jahi Chappell
COVID-19 in Argentine agriculture: global threats, local contradictions and possible responses pp. 595-596 Downloads
Juan Manuel Villulla
Response to COVID in Délįnę, NT: reconnecting with our community, our culture and our past after the pandemic pp. 597-598 Downloads
Mandy Bayha and Andrew Spring
COVID-19 places Iran’s nomadic pastoralists at a crossroads pp. 599-601 Downloads
Maryam Rahmanian and Nahid Naghizadeh
Global mapping of landscape fragmentation, human-animal interactions, and livelihood behaviors to prevent the next pandemic pp. 603-604 Downloads
Laura S. P. Bloomfield
Farm resilience in the face of the unexpected: lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 605-606 Downloads
Ika Darnhofer
The value of public agricultural and food knowledge during pandemics pp. 607-608 Downloads
Leland Glenna
More shared urban open spaces: resiliency on demand pp. 609-610 Downloads
Carolin Mees
Are you really a Sanctuary City? pp. 611-612 Downloads
Julian Agyeman and Alexandra Duprey
Closing the circle: an agroecological response to covid-19 pp. 613-614 Downloads
Barbara Gemmill-Herren
Coronavirus and beyond: empowering social self-organization in urban food systems pp. 615-616 Downloads
Andrea Calori and Francesca Federici
Lessons from a pandemic on practices versus products in agriculture pp. 617-618 Downloads
David R. Montgomery and Anne Biklé
One Bioethics for Covid 19? pp. 619-620 Downloads
Paul Thompson
COVID-19 exposes animal agriculture’s vulnerability pp. 621-622 Downloads
Leah Garcés
Re-orienting policy for growing food to nourish communities pp. 623-625 Downloads
Garrett Graddy-Lovelace
COVID-19 and the state of food security in Africa pp. 627-628 Downloads
Edward Mukiibi
New opportunities for the redesign of agricultural and food systems pp. 629-630 Downloads
Jules Pretty
A small Iowa farmer's perspective on COVID-19 pp. 631-632 Downloads
Denise O’Brien
From crisis to healthy farming and food systems pp. 633-634 Downloads
Steve Brescia
Recommendations for resetting the food system pp. 635-636 Downloads
Danielle Nierenberg
Lessons of dislocation pp. 637-638 Downloads
Daniel Imhoff
Pandemic reflections from Toronto pp. 639-640 Downloads
Harriet Friedmann
Legal and social protection for migrant farm workers: lessons from COVID-19 pp. 641-642 Downloads
Andreas Neef
COVID-19—does social distancing include species distancing? pp. 643-644 Downloads
Undine Giseke
The Covid-19 pandemic stress the need to build resilient production ecosystems pp. 645-646 Downloads
Line J. Gordon
Thoughts on the origins, present, and future of the coronavirus crisis: marginalization, food and housing, and grassroots strategies pp. 647-648 Downloads
Antonio Roman-Alcalá
Collective action and “social distancing” in COVID-19 responses pp. 649-650 Downloads
Ruth Meinzen-Dick
Crops from U.S. food supply chains will never look nor taste the same again pp. 651-652 Downloads
Gary Paul Nabhan
Bending the arc of COVID-19 through a principled food systems approach pp. 653-654 Downloads
Ruth Richardson
Industrial seafood systems in the immobilizing COVID-19 moment pp. 655-656 Downloads
Elizabeth Havice, Melissa Marschke and Peter Vandergeest
The Arkansas traveler’s paradox: COVID-19 and the rural sociology of stupidity pp. 657-658 Downloads
Michael M. Bell
Who gets to define ‘the COVID-19 problem’? Expert politics in a pandemic pp. 659-660 Downloads
Alastair Iles and Maywa Montenegro de Wit
The Covid-19 epidemic: are there lights at the end of the long tunnel? pp. 661-662 Downloads
Patrick Holden
Building power through crisis pp. 663-664 Downloads
Saru Jayaraman
The COVID-19 pandemic: a systemic analysis pp. 665-666 Downloads
Fritjof Capra
Making agro-export entrepreneurs out of Campesinos: the role of water policy reform, agricultural development initiatives, and the specter of climate change in reshaping agricultural systems in Piura, Peru pp. 667-682 Downloads
Megan Mills-Novoa
Effects of development interventions on biocultural diversity: a case study from the Pamir Mountains pp. 683-697 Downloads
L. Jamila Haider, Wiebren J. Boonstra, Anzurat Akobirshoeva and Maja Schlüter
Managing for the middle: rancher care ethics under uncertainty on Western Great Plains rangelands pp. 699-718 Downloads
Hailey Wilmer, María E. Fernández-Giménez, Shayan Ghajar, Peter Leigh Taylor, Caridad Souza and Justin D. Derner
Human ecology and food discourses in a smallholder agricultural system in Leyte, The Philippines pp. 719-741 Downloads
Federico Davila
Can land-based and practice-based place identities explain farmers’ adaptation strategies in peri-urban areas? A case study of Metropolitan Sydney, Australia pp. 743-759 Downloads
Laure-Elise Ruoso
The influence of emergency food aid on the causal disaster vulnerability of Indigenous food systems pp. 761-777 Downloads
Guy Jackson
The tale of two community gardens: green aesthetics versus food justice in the big apple pp. 779-792 Downloads
Sofya Aptekar and Justin S. Myers
Technocratic and deliberative governance for sustainability: rethinking the roles of experts, consumers, and producers pp. 793-804 Downloads
Maki Hatanaka
The “Prevention Paradox”: food waste prevention and the quandary of systemic surplus production pp. 805-817 Downloads
Rudolf Messner, Carol Richards and Hope Johnson
Grasping practices of self-reliance within alternative foodscapes in Flanders pp. 819-832 Downloads
Stephanie Nuria Spijker, Erik Mathijs and Constanza Parra
Changing community relations in southeast China: the role of Guanxi in rural environmental governance pp. 833-847 Downloads
Yanqiang Du, Pingyang Liu, Neil Ravenscroft and Shipeng Su
A half century of Holistic Management: what does the evidence reveal? pp. 849-867 Downloads
Hannah Gosnell, Kerry Grimm and Bruce E. Goldstein
Theorizing urban agriculture: north–south convergence pp. 869-883 Downloads
Leslie Gray, Laureen Elgert and Antoinette WinklerPrins
Public concern about climate change impacts on food choices: The interplay of knowledge and politics pp. 885-893 Downloads
Jonathon P. Schuldt, Danielle L. Eiseman and Michael P. Hoffmann
The promise and pitfalls of mobile markets: an exploratory survey of mobile food retailers in the United States and Canada pp. 895-906 Downloads
Evan Weissman, Jonnell Robinson and William Cecio
“Every day it’s tuo zaafi”: considering food preference in a food insecure region of Ghana pp. 907-917 Downloads
Jessica R. Ham
David Montgomery: Growing a revolution: bringing our soil back to life pp. 919-920 Downloads
Amariah Fischer
Jeanne féaux de la croix: iconic places in Central Asia: the moral geography of dams, pastures and holy sites pp. 921-922 Downloads
Christian Kelly Scott
Timothy A. Wise: Eating Tomorrow: agribusiness, small farmers and the battle for the future of food pp. 923-924 Downloads
Molly D. Anderson
Book review: Patricia Hill Collins: Intersectionality as critical social theory pp. 925-926 Downloads
Hannah T. Whitley
Julie Guthman: Wilted: pathogens, chemicals, and the fragile future of the strawberry industry pp. 927-928 Downloads
Felipe Peregrina Puga
Trent Brown: Farmers, subalterns, and activists: social politics of sustainable agriculture in India pp. 929-930 Downloads
Eden Kinkaid
Annette Aurélie Desmarais (ed) Frontline Farmers: How the National Farmers Union resists agribusiness and creates our new food future pp. 931-932 Downloads
Dana James and Evan Bowness

Volume 37, issue 2, 2020

Emerging sociotechnical imaginaries for gene edited crops for foods in the United States: implications for governance pp. 265-279 Downloads
Carmen Bain, Sonja Lindberg and Theresa Selfa
Hashtag hijacking and crowdsourcing transparency: social media affordances and the governance of farm animal protection pp. 281-294 Downloads
Olga Rodak
Impacts on food policy from traditional and social media framing of moral outrage and cultural stereotypes pp. 295-309 Downloads
Virginia Small and James Warn
The troubled path to food sovereignty in Nepal: ambiguities in agricultural policy reform pp. 311-323 Downloads
Puspa Sharma and Carsten Daugbjerg
How wage structure and crop size negatively impact farmworker livelihoods in monocrop organic production: interviews with strawberry harvesters in California pp. 325-336 Downloads
Rachel Soper
Superfood as spatial fix: the ascent of the almond pp. 337-351 Downloads
Emily Reisman
Does certification improve hired labour conditions and wageworker conditions at banana plantations? pp. 353-370 Downloads
Fédes Rijn, Ricardo Fort, Ruerd Ruben, Tinka Koster and Gonne Beekman
FASTing in the mid-west?: A theoretical assessment of ‘feminist agrifoods systems theory’ pp. 371-382 Downloads
Wynne Wright and Alexis Annes
Do food donation tax credits for farmers address food loss/waste and food insecurity? A case study from Ontario pp. 383-396 Downloads
Lesia Kinach, Kate Parizeau and Evan D. G. Fraser
Staying under the radar: constraints on labour agency of pineapple plantation workers in Costa Rica? pp. 397-414 Downloads
Annelien Gansemans and Marijke D’Haese
Renegotiating gender roles and cultivation practices in the Nepali mid-hills: unpacking the feminization of agriculture pp. 415-432 Downloads
Kaitlyn Spangler and Maria Elisa Christie
Mobilising common biocultural heritage for the socioeconomic inclusion of small farmers: panarchy of two case studies on quinoa in Chile and Bolivia pp. 433-447 Downloads
Thierry Winkel, Lizbeth Núñez-Carrasco, Pablo José Cruz, Nancy Egan, Luís Sáez-Tonacca, Priscilla Cubillos-Celis, Camila Poblete-Olivera, Natalia Zavalla-Nanco, Bárbara Miño-Baes and Maria-Paz Viedma-Araya
‘Pesticides are our children now’: cultural change and the technological treadmill in the Burkina Faso cotton sector pp. 449-462 Downloads
Jessie K. Luna
Exploring migrants’ knowledge and skill in seasonal farm work: more than labouring bodies pp. 463-478 Downloads
Natascha Klocker, Olivia Dun, Lesley Head and Ananth Gopal
Cosmopolitan translations of food and the case of alternative eating in Manila, the Philippines pp. 479-494 Downloads
Marvin Joseph F. Montefrio
“Trust us, we feed this to our kids”: women and public trust in the Canadian agri-food system pp. 495-507 Downloads
Jennifer Braun, Mary Beckie and Ken Caine
Tore C. Olsson: Agrarian crossings: reformers and the remaking of the US and Mexican countryside pp. 509-510 Downloads
Kelsey Ryan-Simkins
J. L. Anderson: Capitalist pigs: pigs, pork, and power in America pp. 511-512 Downloads
Hannah Kass

Volume 37, issue 1, 2020

Gluten aversion is not limited to the political left pp. 1-15 Downloads
Trey Malone and Bailey Norwood
What is technology adoption? Exploring the agricultural research value chain for smallholder farmers in Lao PDR pp. 17-32 Downloads
Kim Alexander, Garry Greenhalgh, Magnus Moglia, Manithaythip Thephavanh, Phonevilay Sinavong, Silva Larson, Tom Jovanovic and Peter Case
“Modern” farming and the transformation of livelihoods in rural Tanzania pp. 33-46 Downloads
Katherine A. Snyder, Emmanuel Sulle, Deodatus A. Massay, Anselmi Petro, Paschal Qamara and Dan Brockington
Density of resident farmers and rural inhabitants’ relationship to agriculture: operationalizing complex social interactions with a structural equation model pp. 47-63 Downloads
Ramona Bunkus, Ilkhom Soliev and Insa Theesfeld
Governance for global stewardship: can private certification move beyond commodification in fostering sustainability transformations? pp. 65-81 Downloads
Agni Kalfagianni, Lena Partzsch and Miriam Beulting
Plastic scraps: biodegradable mulch films and the aesthetics of ‘good farming’ in US specialty crop production pp. 83-96 Downloads
Katherine Dentzman and Jessica R. Goldberger
Moral conflicts, premises and the social dimension of agricultural sustainability pp. 97-111 Downloads
Judith Janker
Malign and benign neglect: a local food system and the myth of sustainable redevelopment in Appalachia Ohio pp. 113-127 Downloads
Angela M. Chapman and Harold A. Perkins
“Going local”: farmers’ perspectives on local food systems in rural Canada pp. 129-145 Downloads
Naomi Beingessner and Amber J. Fletcher
Women farmers in developed countries: a literature review pp. 147-160 Downloads
Jennifer A. Ball
Responding to the problem of ‘food security’ in animal cruelty policy debates: building alliances between animal-centred and human-centred work on food system issues pp. 161-174 Downloads
Brodie Evans and Hope Johnson
Constructing freshness: the vitality of wet markets in urban China pp. 175-185 Downloads
Shuru Zhong, Mike Crang and Guojun Zeng
Introduction to the symposium: Bienestar—the well-being of Latinx farmworkers in a time of change pp. 187-196 Downloads
Lisa Meierotto, Teresa Mares and Seth M. Holmes
Using chiles and comics to address the physical and emotional wellbeing of farmworkers in Vermont’s borderlands pp. 197-208 Downloads
Teresa Mares, Naomi Wolcott-MacCausland, Julia Doucet, Andy Kolovos and Marek Bennett
Food provisioning strategies among Latinx farm workers in southwestern Idaho pp. 209-223 Downloads
Lisa Meierotto and Rebecca Som Castellano
Health by mail: mail order medication practices of Latinx dairy worker households on the northern US border pp. 225-236 Downloads
Naomi Wolcott-MacCausland, Teresa Mares and Daniel Baker
Migrant farmworker injury: temporality, statistical representation, eventfulness pp. 237-247 Downloads
Seth M. Holmes
Correction to: Migrant farmworker injury: temporality, statistical representation, eventfulness pp. 249-249 Downloads
Seth M. Holmes
Mark Schapiro: Seeds of resistance—the fight to save our food supply pp. 251-252 Downloads
Tom Burggraf
Steffanie Scott, Zhenzhong Si, Theresa Schumilas, Aijuan Chen (eds): Organic food and farming in China: top-down and bottom-up ecological initiatives pp. 253-254 Downloads
Leigh Martindale
Peter Dauvergne: Will big business destroy the planet? pp. 255-256 Downloads
Ritwick Ghosh
Erin McKenna: Livestock: food, fiber, and friends pp. 257-258 Downloads
Sarah Berger Richardson
Maria J. Veri and Rita Liberti: Gridiron gourmet: gender and food at the football tailgate pp. 259-260 Downloads
Carol J. Pierce Colfer
Books Received pp. 261-263 Downloads
Carol J. Pierce Colfer
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