Authors Archives: Scott Stoneman

Raj Patel, On rights, sovereignty, and suicide

Interviewed by Scott Stoneman Raj Patel is an activist, organizer and visiting scholar in the Centre for African Studies at the University of California at Berkeley, as well as a Research Associate at the School of Development Studies at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. He has written extensively on food sovereignty as an […]

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Julie Guthman, On globalization, neoliberalism, obesity, local food and education

Interviewed by Scott Stoneman Julie Guthman is an Associate Professor in the Community Studies Department at UC Santa Cruz. Her pressing and rigorous work has dealt with the ways in which organic farming movements and reform in California strain the boundaries that obtain between nature and capital and between the local and the global (Agrarian […]

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Scott Stoneman, Learning to learn from the food crisis: consumer sovereignty and the restructuring of subjectivity

“In every case, the geography of anger is not a simple map of action and reaction, minoritization and resistance, nested hierarchies of space and site, neat sequences of cause and effect. Rather, these geographies are the spatial outcome of complex interactions between faraway events and proximate fears, between old histories and new provocations, between rewritten […]

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