Sociology of Agriculture and Food
SAFRIG consists of a community of scholars interested in the study of issues related to related to agriculture and food, including but not limited to labor and production processes, distribution and markets, structures of inequality (race, gender, class), states and policy, knowledge and technology, and global and local change.
Call for submissions for the SAFRIG student paper award (deadline June 28, 2013)
Chair: Phil Howard
Department of Community, Agriculture, Recreation and Resource Studies
Michigan State University
Co-Chair: Michelle Worosz
Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology