Geographies of food: 'Afters'

Ian Cook, Kersty Hobson, Lucius Hallett IV, Julie Guthman, Andrew Murphy, Alison Hulme, Mimi Sheller, Louise Crewe, David Nally, Emma Roe, Charles Mather, Paul Kingsbury, Rachel Slocum, Shoko Imai, Jean Duruz, Chris Philo, Henry Buller, Mike Goodman, Allison Hayes-Conroy, Jessica Hayes-ConroyLisa Tucker, Megan Blake, Richard Le Heron, Heather Putnam, Damian Maye, Heike Henderson

Research output: Contribution to Book/ReportChapterpeer-review


This third and final 'Geographies of food' review is based on an online blog conversation provoked by the first and second reviews in the series (Cook et al., 2006; 2008a). Authors of the work featured in these reviews - plus others whose work was not but should have been featured - were invited to respond to them, to talk about their own and other people's work, and to enter into conversations about - and in the process review - other/new work within and beyond what could be called 'food geographies'. These conversations were coded, edited, arranged, discussed and rearranged to produce a fragmentary, multi-authored text aiming to convey the rich and multi-stranded content, breadth and character of ongoing food studies research within and beyond geography. © 2010 The Author(s).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProgress in Human Geography
Number of pages17
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2011

Publication series

NameProgress in Human Geography


  • Following
  • Hunger
  • Mixing
  • Poverty
  • Race
  • Relating
  • Utherness
  • Viscerality


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