Food Sovereignty: Reality vs. Assumptions


  • Cassandra Hawkins Wilder Alcorn State University



Food Sovereignty, Land Access, Politics, Urban Agriculture, Globalization


First paragraph:

In We Want Land to Live, author Amy Trauger endeavors to draw attention to food sover­eignty, its practices, and its political implications. Written during a time where the discussion of hunger and poverty in a global context is a top priority, We Want Land to Live presents a convinc­ing argument for understanding how food sover­eignty interacts with not only global political sys­tems but international economic and social systems as well....


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Author Biography

Cassandra Hawkins Wilder, Alcorn State University

Policy Research Analyst, Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers Policy Research Center, Alcorn State University, Lorman, Mississippi
Cover of "We Want Land to Live"



How to Cite

Wilder, C. H. (2017). Food Sovereignty: Reality vs. Assumptions. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 7(3), 223–224.