This panel will evaluate and discuss Lindsay Naylor's 2019 book, "Fair Trade Rebels" with panelists providing close readings and the author responding to questions and ideas. Following the description of the work from the University of Minnesota Press, the book "examines the everyday experiences of resistance and agricultural practice among the campesinos/as of Chiapas, Mexico, who struggle for dignified livelihoods in self-declared autonomous communities, confronting inequalities locally in what is really a global corporate agricultural chain"
|Introduction||Stephen Healy Western Sydney University, Institute for Culture and Society||5|
|Panelist||Kara Dempsey Appalachian State University||15|
|Panelist||Paul Robbins Nelson Institute for Environmental StudiesUniversity of Wisconsin||15|
|Panelist||Afton Clarke-Sather University of Minnesota Duluth||15|
|Panelist||Lindsay Naylor University of Delaware||15|
|Discussant||Paul Robbins Nelson Institute for Environmental StudiesUniversity of Wisconsin||10|
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