From kindergarten through their senior year, public school students are exposed to the unspoken complexities and power dynamics of the food system. This session seeks to explore the political ecology of food, school gardens, and food education through a decolonial peda...

Nexus thinking has evolved over the last several years as a means of conceptualizing relationships and entanglements within complex socio-natural systems. In particular, scholars studying human-environment relations are increasingly using a “food-water-energy nexus” fr...

In the past decade, the term “superfoods” has emerged to describe and market foods with exceptional nutritional characteristics, supposed curative capabilities, and linkages to indigenous food systems and “traditional” knowledge. Diverse products such as chia seeds, qu...

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