Gender and Food: From Production to Consumption And After
Edited by Marcia Texler Segal (Indiana University Southeast, USA) and Vasilikie Demos (University of Minnesota Morris, USA)
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Statements of Interest Due: October 1st 2015.
We are looking for papers exploring the relationship between gender and food as evidenced globally, societally, and locally with respect to the full range of issues associated with production, consumption and the effects of both. Abstracts of at least 500 words or early drafts of papers on gender as it impacts or is affected by access to agricultural land and markets are welcome as are abstracts on the relationship between gender in desert food neighborhoods, school feeding programs, and food banks.
Please send expressions of interest and commitments to write a paper on an appropriate topic to both volume editors for consideration. The deadline to receive such statements is October 1st 2015. This volume will be published in 2016.
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