The study of food has seldom been more pressing or prescient.
From the intensifying globalization of food, a world-wide food
crisis and the continuing inequalities of its production and
consumption, to food's exploding media presence, and its growing
re-connections to places and people through 'alternative food
movements', this series promotes critical explorations of
contemporary food cultures and politics. Building on previous but
disparate scholarship, its overall aims are to develop innovative
and theoretical lenses and empirical material in order to
contribute to - but also begin to more fully delineate - the
confines and confluences of an agenda of critical food research and
Of particular concern are original theoretical and empirical
treatments of the materialisations of food politics, meanings and
representations, the shifting political economies and ecologies of
food production and consumption and the growing transgressions
between alternative and corporatist food networks.
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