The Oxford Handbook of Food, Politics, and Society by Ronald J. Herring
English | January 29th, 2015 | ISBN: 0195397770 | 905 pages | True PDF | 10.83 MB
Food has, for most of our species history, been intensely political: who gets to eat what, how often, and through what means? The scale of polity in question has shifted over time, from very local institutions dividing up grain piles to an international community imagined in the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations. Simultaneously, the numbers and interests of people asserting political stakes in food and agriculture have likewise shifted up and out.