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Food, agriculture and social change : the everyday vitality of Latin America / editado por Stephen Sherwood, Alberto Arce y Myriam Paredes.

Contributor(s): Paredes, Myriam | Arce, Alberto.
Publisher: Nueva York, Estados Unidos : Routledge , 2017Description: xvi, 233 páginas.Content type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9781138214972; 9781138214989; 9781315440088.Subject(s): Agricultura -- Aspectos económicos | Abastecimiento de alimentosDDC classification: 338.19
Contents:
1.- Introduction: food embodiments, assemblages and intersubjectivities: ebbs and flows of critical food studies. 2.- Creating healthy bodies in rural Ecuador at a time of dietary shiift. 3.- Finding the food by hiding the gold: Andoque abundance, mining, and food in the Colombian Amazon. 4.- Encounters with the brazilian soybean boom: transnational farmers and the Cerrado. 5.- Affective struggles in the desert: bringing water to bear on agriculture and food. 6.- People, cows and milking machines: public policy and intersubjectivity in Ecuador. 7.- Forgive me for being human: Wirikuta nomadism and rebellious Peyote. 8.- Feeding paradise? Corporeal food citizenship in the Galapagos. 9.- Unfolding agencies and associations of agroecology networks in Brazil. 10.- Deepening relationships through bio-intensive food: AgroSano in Oaxaca. 11.- Public good: wheat assemblages and the revalorization of culinary and handicraft in Bio-Bio, Chile. 12.- Affectivity in public procurement: the case of New Dawn Cooperative and the elderly in Argentina. 13.- Assembling reponsible food markets: the case of Cooperativa La Manzana in southern Chile. 14.- 250.000 families campaing: the existance of flavor and taste. 15.- The vitality of everyday food food.
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Referencias bibliográficas al final de cada capítulo.

1.- Introduction: food embodiments, assemblages and intersubjectivities: ebbs and flows of critical food studies.
2.- Creating healthy bodies in rural Ecuador at a time of dietary shiift.
3.- Finding the food by hiding the gold: Andoque abundance, mining, and food in the Colombian Amazon.
4.- Encounters with the brazilian soybean boom: transnational farmers and the Cerrado.
5.- Affective struggles in the desert: bringing water to bear on agriculture and food.
6.- People, cows and milking machines: public policy and intersubjectivity in Ecuador.
7.- Forgive me for being human: Wirikuta nomadism and rebellious Peyote.
8.- Feeding paradise? Corporeal food citizenship in the Galapagos.
9.- Unfolding agencies and associations of agroecology networks in Brazil.
10.- Deepening relationships through bio-intensive food: AgroSano in Oaxaca.
11.- Public good: wheat assemblages and the revalorization of culinary and handicraft in Bio-Bio, Chile.
12.- Affectivity in public procurement: the case of New Dawn Cooperative and the elderly in Argentina.
13.- Assembling reponsible food markets: the case of Cooperativa La Manzana in southern Chile.
14.- 250.000 families campaing: the existance of flavor and taste.
15.- The vitality of everyday food food.

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