PhD Defence: Navigating the Land Between Religions: New Perspectives on the Fair Trade and Food Sovereignty Movement Strategies to Challenge International Trade Governance

Friday, September 15, 2017, 9:00AM - 12:00PM
EV1 room 354, University of Waterloo

Kimberly Burnett's PhD Dissertation Defence


This dissertation identifies and analyzes the strategies adopted by the fair trade and food sovereignty movements to address the negative impacts of the international agricultural trade regime on small-scale producers dependent on ·agricultural production for their livelihoods. Both movements contest the international agricultural trade regime, but approach changing the regime quite differently. I analyze these different strategies, seeking to determine how we might explain and understand each strategy.


Supervisor: Dr. Jennifer Clapp
Committee: Dr. Derek Hall, Dr. Stephanie Scott
Internal/external: Dr. Bruce Frayne
External: Dr. Adam Sneyd, University of Guelph

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