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FOOD JUSTICE IN US AND GLOBAL CONTEXTS : bringing theory and practice.

Publisher: [S.l.] : SPRINGER, 2017.
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This book offers fresh perspectives on issues of food justice. The chapters emerged from a series of annual workshops on food justice held at Michigan State University between 2013 and 2015, which  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 3319571737 9783319571737
OCLC Number: 981162679
Contents: Introduction to Volume: Bringing Theory and Practice Together for Food Justice (Ian Werkheiser).- Part I: Food Justice in a Global Context.- Chapter 1. Introduction to Food Justice in a Global Context (Will Schanbacher).- Chapter 2. Edible Justice: Between Food Justice and the Culinary Imaginary (David J. Leichter).- Chapter 3. Building Community Capacity in Alternative Agriculture: Lessons from the Cuban Permaculture Movement (Justine Williams).- Chapter 4. It's Not Just About Us: Food as a Mechanism for Environmental and Social Justice in Mato Grosso, Brazil (Marisela Chavez).- Chapter 5. Save the Whale? Ecological Memory and the Human-Whale Bond in Japan's Small Coastal Villages (Seven Mattes).- Part II: Food Justice and the Built Environment.- Chapter 6. Introduction to Food Justice and the Built Environment (Shane Epting).- Chapter 7. Food Sovereignty in the City: Challenging Historical Barriers to Food Justice (Samantha Noll).- Chapter 8. Race, Religion, and Justice: From Privilege to Solidarity in the Mid-South Food Movement (Emily Holmes).- Chapter 9. Views from the Classroom: Teachers on Food in a Low-Income Urban School District (Sarah Stapleton).- Chapter 10. Healthy Food on Wheels: An Exploration of Mobile Produce Markets (Elle Mari).- Part III: Food Justice and Governance.- Chapter 11. Introduction to Food Justice and Governance (Paul Thompson).- Chapter 12. The National Gleaning Project: The Importance of Gleaning and Food Recovery in a Sustainable and Just Food System (Amber Leasure-Earnhardt).- Chapter 13. Food, Crime, Justice and Security: (Food) Security for Whom? (Avi Brisman).- Chapter 14. Fence Posts to Blog Posts: An Exploration of the Classroom in Experiential Food Systems Education (Elissa Johnson).- Chapter 15. Institutions and Solidarity: Wild Rice Research, Relationships, and the Commodification of Knowledge (Melanie Bowman).- Part IV: Food Justice and Animal Lives.- Chapter 16. Introduction to Food Justice and Animal Lives (Lisa Heldke).- Chapter 17. Farm Forward: A Pragmatist Approach to Advocacy in Agriculture (Joseph A. Tuminello).- Chapter 18. Agriculture, Equality, and the Problem of Incorporation (Anne Portman).- Chapter 19. Religious Slaughter in Europe: Balancing Animal Welfare and Religious Freedom in a Liberal Democracy (R. W. Mittendorf).- Chapter 20. A Phenomenological Approach to Hunting, Animal Studies, and Food Justice (Jonathan McConnell).- Conclusion: Fish, Fowl, and Food Justice (Zachary Piso).


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