06 May Dystopia and Global Rebellion: Global Studies Association Conference
Howdy from Victoria, Canada where I am attending the Global Studies Association (North America) conference “Dystopia and Global Rebellion”
I hope to find time to write up some of the insights and reflections that this gathering has sparked, but in the mean time, here is the presentation for my talk “Global Food Social Movements: Initial reflections on participant observation with the International Civil Society Mechanism” for the session: Standing in solidarity — maintaining distance? Exploring methodological and ethical dynamics of participatory research with food social movements.
The aim of the session is to have a good discussion on the challenges, opportunities and ethical considerations that come into play when doing research with food social movements.