Food Sovereignty: Re-peasantization/Dispossession/Agro-ecology versus Expanded Reproduction

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Abstract

This paper reviews recent critiques of the food sovereignty framework and elaborates on some of their key arguments. In particular it comments upon the different conceptualizations of agrarian capitalism and the supposed food regime crisis, the one-sided focus on enclosure/accumulation by dispossession that overlooks the importance of expanded reproduction, and the romantic optimism about a farmer-driven agroecological knowledge trajectory devoid of modern science
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventInternational Colloquium, Food Sovereignty: A Critical Dialogue, the Hague, the Netherlands -
Duration: 24 Jan 201424 Jan 2014

Conference

ConferenceInternational Colloquium, Food Sovereignty: A Critical Dialogue, the Hague, the Netherlands
Period24/01/1424/01/14

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