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Peasant balances, neoliberalism, and the stunted growth of non- traditional agro-exports in Haiti
This paper examines divergent peasant responses to models of export-oriented mango production that have been promoted in post-earthquake Haiti. While critical agrarian studies tends to focus more onExpand
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Tsunami survivors' perspectives on vulnerability and vulnerability reduction: evidence from Koh Phi Phi Don and Khao Lak, Thailand.
This paper presents the results of primary research with 40 survivors of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami in two communities: Khao Lak (n=20) and Koh Phi Phi Don (n=20), Thailand. It traces tsunamiExpand
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Eating up the social ladder: the problem of dietary aspirations for food sovereignty
In Haiti, as in many developing countries, the prospect of enhancing food sovereignty faces serious structural constraints. In particular, trade liberalization has deepened patterns of food importExpand
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Manufacturing corporate landscapes: the case of agrarian displacement and food (in)security in Haiti
This paper explores the historical and contemporary sources of food insecurity in Haiti. It begins by detailing the impact of colonial legacies on the Caribbean region as a whole and on Haiti inExpand
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First Nations Food Environments: Exploring the Role of Place, Income, and Social Connection
ABSTRACT Background In Canada, few studies have examined how place shapes Indigenous food environments, particularly among Indigenous people living in southern regions of Ontario. Objective ThisExpand
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Agrarian Change and Peasant Prospects in Haiti
Although the devastation from Haiti’s 2010 earthquake was concentrated in urban Port-au-Prince, it must be understood to have deep rural and agrarian roots. This paper begins by situating Haiti’sExpand
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Agriculture in and beyond the Haitian catastrophe
Abstract Although the devastation from Haiti’s 2010 earthquake was concentrated in Port-au-Prince, it had deep agrarian roots. This paper situates Haiti’s urban poverty in the chronic exploitation ofExpand
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