Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment
Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment publishes position papers, discussions of theoretical developments and methods of inquiry, and results of empirical research from any tradition of scholarship. Works published in CAFE explore the connections between environment, ecology, agriculture and aquacultural practices, fisheries, natural resources, food processing, and nutrition, as they relate to cultural dimensions of gender, class, property relations, and labor processes. CAFE also welcomes contributions on matters related to sustainability and biodiversity. Dialogue between scholars, activists, and others interested in these matters is encouraged.
Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment has an interdisciplinary readership among anthropologists and archaeologists, as well as researchers and practitioners in related fields including sociology, agricultural economics, food studies, policy sciences, and diverse branches of farming and natural resource management.