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20
Jul

Topological Suppositions

excerpted from Wilted: Pathogens, Chemicals, and the Fragile Future of the Strawberry Industry by Julie Guthman The appearance of Fusarium and Macrophomina in California’s strawberry fields, where they had supposedly never been before, …

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10
May

Mobilization and Nonviolent Protest

During the third annual Mobilization conference from May 10-11 at San Diego State University, learn more about books on social movements, non-violent protests, and resistance. Social Movements: The Structure of Collective Mobilization …

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06
Apr

Human Rights and Geography: Our Authors at AAG

One of the themes in this year’s American Association of Geographers conference (occurring in Boston from April 5 – 9) is Mainstreaming Human Rights and Geography. Many geographers and scholars from all disciplines are concerned …

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04
Jan

A Food Justice Reading List

                In our current political climate, reliable access to fresh and nutritious food remains an issue throughout the United States and other parts of the world. …

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15
Jan

School Food, Beyond the Cafeteria

After decades on the rise, obesity rates have stabilized among most groups of Americans, according to two CDC studies published Wednesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association. But rates remain …

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