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The Krishna Baradwaj and Eric Wolf Prize 2011–2012
Between the bullet and the bank: agrarian conflict and access to land in neoliberal Guatemala
Troubling notions of farmer choice: hybrid Bt cotton seed production in western India
‘My hunger has brought business’: ‘efficiency’ and the de-moralizing logic of maize distribution in an era of market liberalization
Sitko, Nicholas J.
Geopolitical transformation in rural Mexico: toward new social and territorial boundaries in an indigenous municipality of central Mexico.
‘Los meses flacos’: seasonal food insecurity in a Salvadoran organic coffee cooperative
Morris, Katlyn S.; Mendez, V. Ernesto; Olson, Meryl B.
Agrobiodiversity and the law: regulating genetic resources, food security and cultural diversity
Brush, Stephen B.
Reflections on the global food crisis: How did it happen? How has it hurt? And how can we prevent the next one?
This land is ours now: social mobilization and the meanings of land in Brazil
Workshop of revolution: plebeian Buenos Aires and the Atlantic world, 1776–1810
Revolution interrupted: farmers, students, law, and violence in northern Thailand
Broke but unbroken: grassroots social movements and their radical solutions to poverty
Carr, Edward R.
No land! No house! No vote! Voices from Symphony Way