June 22, 2020
COVID-19, Agriculture, and Food: A special issue of Agriculture and Human Values
Agriculture and Human Values, edited by Matthew R. Sanderson, Randall C. Hill distinguished professor of sociology, anthropology, and social work and professor of sociology, has assembled a collection of essays and commentaries on the COVID-19 pandemic from more than 100 leading scholars, authors, practitioners, farmers, activists, and analysts of agriculture and food systems around the world.
All of the essays are freely available, for download and viewing, for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic — note there are four pages.
The Editorial Introduction to the collection is also available for free.
Agriculture and Human Values is the leading academic outlet for international and interdisciplinary research on the cultures and social structures of agriculture and food systems.
The journal is the official journal of the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society, and like the society, it is committed to open discussions of the values that shape, and the structures that underlie, current and alternative visions of food and agricultural systems.