Panel: Urban Food Governance and Social Justice

Day 1, Afternoon Session I, 1:30 pm - 3:10 pm, BMH 117

(Theme: The Politics of Food System Change)

  1. “Human Rights and Urban Gardening: Participatory Design, Co-Governance, and the Power of Rights Holders,” Anne Bellows, Syracuse University; Carolin Mees,The New School Remote Presentation
  2. “Urban Agriculture, Race, and Real Estate: The Minneapolis Garden Club 1910-1925,” Hannah Ramer, University of Minnesota
  3. “Urban Food Governance and Social Reproduction: A Literature Review,” William Cecio, Syracuse University
  4. “The Rooster Died! Contested Local Foods Regulation and Backyard Chickens in College Station, Texas,” Caron Charlton-Cates, Sam Houston State University; Kate Callie Willyard, Texas A&M University; Stephen Aguilera, Sam Houston State University