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Food Regimes and Agrarian Questions

by Philip McMichael Fernwood Publishing
Pub Date:
12/2014
ISBN:
9781853398797
Format:
Pbk 196 pages
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Food Regimes re-examines the agrarian question historically and its present-day implications, introducing regional interpretations of the food regime, incorporating gender, labour, financial, ecological and nutritional dimensions into the analysis.

Prelims [ICAS Agrarian Change and Peasant Studies - Series Acknowledgements - Preface]
1 The Food Regime Project
Food Regime Analysis
Food Regime Contours
Food Regime Method
Food Regime Specifications
Conclusion: A Post-Food Regime World

2 Historical Forms of the Food Regime
Food Regime Pre-History
Food Regime Structuring, and Restructuring
Conclusion

3 The Corporate Food Regime
A Third Food Regime?
The Corporate Food Regime
Food Sovereignty
Conclusion

4 Food Regimes and the Agrarian Question
Agrarian Question Reformulation?
The Agrarian Question in the Food Regime
Agrarian Question or Agrarian Crisis?
Inverting Agrarian Question Politics
An Agrarian Question of Food
Conclusion

5 Food Regime Reformulations
Regional Food Regime Analysis
Food Regime Relations
Conclusion

6 Crisis and Restructuring
Crisis? Which Crisis?
Capital Accumulation Crisis
Corporate Food Regime Restructuring
Capital's Frontier
Agro-Security Mercantilism
Conclusion

7 The Food Regime and Value Relations: Which Values?
Value Relations
Revisiting the Agrarian Question
Social Reproduction vs. Capital Reproduction
Repeasantization: Revaluing the Agrarian Question?
Food Sovereignty
Scaling Up
Conclusion
Back Matter [Glossary - References - Index]