Date of Submission

Spring 2013

Academic Program

Political Studies

Project Advisor 1

Ken Haig

Project Advisor 2

Michelle Murray

Abstract/Artist's Statement

Nations are stuck in a double level game: maintaining their ties to the global food regime while responding to grassroots food movements from below. By tracing the impact of agricultural policies and food movements in Mexico, this paper explores how the global food regime recuperates agendas from the food sovereignty discourse. Do not play with your food. Do not cite without expressed permission from the author.

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