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Biological Economies.

Author: Richard Le Heron
Publisher: Taylor and Francis, 2016.
Series: Routledge Studies in Food, Society and the Environment
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Le Heron
ISBN: 1317551044 9781317551041
OCLC Number: 936202356
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations.
Contents: 1. Assembling Generative Approaches in Agri-food Research Nick Lewis, Richard Le Heron, Michael Carolan, Hugh Campbell and Terry Marsden Part 1: Re-making Knowledges of Agri-food 2. Practices, Qualities and the Vital Materialism of Food: Biological Economies and Processes of Consumption David Evans 3. The Borderlands of Animal Disease: Knowing and Governing Animal Disease in Biological Economies Gareth Enticott 4. Re-shaping "Soft Gold": Fungal Agency and the Bioeconomy in the Caterpillar Fungus Market Assemblage Janke Linke 5. Enacting Swiss Cheese: About the Multiple Ontologies of Local Food Jeremie Forney 6. Worlds of Rice: Understanding Agri-food Systems as Assemblages Angga Dwiartama, Chris Rosin and Hugh Campbell 7. Materialising Taste: Fatty Lambs to Eating Quality, Taste Projects in Red Meat Matt Henry and Michael Roche8. Enactive Encounters with the Langstroth Hive: Post-human Framing of the Work of Bees Roseanna Spiers and Nick Lewis 9. Ever-Redder Apples: How Aesthetics Shape the Biology of Markets Katharine Legun 10. Value and Values in the Making of Merino Harvey Perkins and Eric Pawson 11. Eating the Unthinkable: The Case of ENTO, Eating Insects and Bioeconomic Experimentation Paul V. Stock, Catherine Phillips, Hugh Campbell and Anne Murcott 12. Enacting BAdairying: Towards an Emergent Politics of New Soil Resourcefulness? Richard Le Heron, Geoff Smith, Erena Le Heron and Mike Roche Part 2: Enacting New Politics of Knowledge 13. In Your Face: Why Food Is Politics and Why We Are Finally Starting to Admit It Michael M. Bell 14. Geographers at Work in Disruptive Human-biophysical Projects: Methodology as Ontology in Reconstituting Nature-society Knowledge Erena Le Heron, Nick Lewis and Richard Le Heron 15. Food Utopias: Performing Emergent Scholarship and Agri-food Futures Chris Rosin, Paul Stock and Michael Carolan 16. The Very Public Nature of Agri-food Scholarship, and its Problems and Possibilities Michael Carolan 17. Eating Bioeconomies Michael Goodman 18. Biological Economies as an Academic and Political Project Hugh Campbell, Richard Le Heron, Michael Carolan and Nick Lewis
Series Title: Routledge Studies in Food, Society and the Environment


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"In Biological Economies, Le Heron and colleagues offer up a path-breaking analysis at the nexus of key agri-food studies issues and propel the reader through existing contradictions and tensions to Read more...

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