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Volume 35, Issue 2


Farming as a Way of Life: Precarious and Complex
// Stephanie Paladino and Jeanne Simonelli


Actor–Networks, Farmer Decisions, and Identity
// Benjamin J. Gray and Jane W. Gibson

Contested Ecologies: Gender, Genies, and Agricultural Knowledge in Zanzibar
// Erin Dean

Land Degradation, Faith‐Based Organizations, and Sustainability in Senegal
// Laura L. Cochrane

Coffee Tourism in Chiapas: Recasting Colonial Narratives for Contemporary Markets
// Sarah Lyon

Research Reports and Commentaries

Anthropology and Traditional Ecological Knowledge: A Summary of Quantitative Approaches to Traditional Knowledge, Market Participation, and Conservation
// Elizabeth Anne Olson

Killer Corn and Capitalist Pigs: Forensic Noir and Television Portrayals of Modern Agricultural Technology
// Annie R. Specht

Book Reviews

Cornucopia: Leveraging Agriculture to Improve Health and Nutrition. Targeting the USDA, One Program at a Time – By D. Patrick Johnson
// Brent A. Wasser

The War on Bugs – By Will Allen
// Daniel Schneider and Joan P. Mencher

The Built Environment and Public Health – By Russell P. Lopez
// Gregory Gullette

Film Review

Yellow Fever: The Navajo Uranium Legacy – Coproduced by Tina Garnanez, Jay Minton
// Katherine O’Donnell