Geographies of Food: An IntroductionDe (autor) Moya Kneafsey, Damian Maye, Lewis Holloway, Michael K. Goodman
en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – 06 Mar 2019
Brings the subject alive for students, with up-to-date real life case studies and examples covering current food issues in the media such as rising food/energy prices to the obesity epidemic to food in schools to biotechnology
Moya Kneafsey is a Reader in Human Geography and teaches agro-food geographies and global sustainability at Coventry University, UK. Damian Maye is a Senior Research Fellow at the Countryside and Community Research Institute, University of the West of England, UK.Lewis Holloway is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Geography, University of Hull, UK.Mike Goodman is Senior Lecturer in Geography at King's College London, UK.
1. IntroductionPart One: Food, Place and Space2. Food and Place 3. Where does Food Come From? Geographies of Agricultural Productivity and Trade4. What Happens to Food? Geographies of Mobility and Transformation5. Spaces and Cultures of ConsumptionPart Two: Food and Farming in Crisis 6. Food Systems in Crisis? The New Food Insecurity7. Agriculture, Poverty and Development8. Food Crisis amongst the WealthyPart Three: Sustainability and Reconnecting with Food 9. Reconnecting Consumers, Producers and Food 10. Fair Trade, Food Rights and Food Sovereignty 11. Farming in the City: Urban Spaces of Food Production12. Towards Sustainable Agriculture?Part Four: Future Food and Conclusions13. Future Scenarios for Food and Farming14. Conclusions and Reflections on Food Geographies