Food Sovereignty: A Critical Dialogue Yale University: 14-15 September 2013 International Institute of Social Studies in the Hague: 24 January 2014
On 02 March 2014, PLANT received updated resources from the Yale University Organizing Committee of Food Sovereignty: A Critical Dialogue. With the request to circulate the information widely, we are copying you the text and links that were posted to us. The resources are excellent and contribute greatly to ongoing dialogue on this topic. Links are embedded in the text.
1. Video Clips: You will find a selection of the presentations (30 video clips!) held during the conferences at Yale University and at ISS by clicking here!
2. Working Papers and Discussion Notes: To date, through the combined processes towards the Yale conference and the ISS colloquium, there are now 94 working papers and 3 discussion notes. You can download these papers here!
3. Food Sovereignty Working Paper Series open for submission: The organizers of this critical dialogue initiative have decided to continue with the ‘Food Sovereignty Working Paper Series’. It will be open for submission of academic papers: Theoretical, or empirical, or methodological, from various social science disciplines. All papers will be peer reviewed. For queries and for submission, please get in touch with us through firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Photo gallery!We also have available a photo gallery of the Food Sovereignty: A Critical Dialogue colloquium at ISS on 24 January 2014. Click here to see it!
5. Authoritative journal version of 12 articles now available for free!12 papers that have been part of the working paper series of the critical dialogue have been revised and finalized by their authors. These are the papers by: Henry Bernstein, Bina Agarwal, Jack Kloppenburg, Phil McMichael, Marc Edelman, Ryan Isakson, Jennifer Clapp, Jan Douwe van der Ploeg, Madeleine Fairbairn, Annette Desmarais & Hannah Wittman, Kim Burnett & Sophia Murphy, and Peter Rosset & Maria Elena Martinez-Torres. These are now officially published by The Journal of Peasant Studies (JPS), one of the co-organizers of the critical dialogue. As a contribution to the critical dialogue, JPS has made all these 12 articles downloadable from its website free of charge for the time being. Look for the "Latest Articles" section, upper left corner of the JPS website. Click it to see the list of free articles!