Food in Zones of Conflict: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives

Editors: Collinson, Paul and Macbeth, Helen
Publication Year: 2014
Publisher: Berghahn Books

Single-User Purchase Price: $95.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $142.50
ISBN: 978-1-78-238403-8
Category: Social Sciences - Contemporary Issues & Controversies
Image Count: 16
Book Status: Available
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Controlling the production of and access to food can also be used as a weapon by protagonists in conflict. The logistics of supply of food to military personnel operating in conflict zones is another important issue. These themes unite this collection, the chapters of which span different geographic areas.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures
  • List of Tables
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • List of Contributors
  • Introduction - Paul Collinson and Helen Macbeth
  • 1. ‘Try to imagine, we didn't even have salt to cook with!’: Food and War in Sierra Leone - Susan Shepler
  • 2. Landmines, Cluster Bombs and Food Insecurity in Africa - Bukola Adeyemi Oyeniyi and Akinyinka Akinyoade
  • 3. Special Nutritional Needs in Refugee Camps: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach - Jeya Henry and Helen Macbeth
  • 4. Patterns of Household Food Consumption in Conflict Affected Households in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka - Rebecca Kent
  • 5. Engaging Religion in the Quest for Sustainable Food Security in Zones of Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa - Lucy Kimaro
  • 6. Livestock Production in Zones of Conflict in the Northern Border of Mexico - Daria Deraga
  • 7. The Logic of War and Wartime Meals - Nives Rittig Beljak and Bruno Beljak
  • 8. Nutrition, Food Rationing and Home Production in the UK during the Second World War - Helen Lightowler and Helen Macbeth
  • 9. Beyond the Ration: Alternatives to the Ration for British Soldiers on the Western Front, 1914-1918 - Rachel Duffett
  • 10. Sustaining and Comforting the Troops in the Pacific War - Katarzyna J. Cwiertka
  • 11. Enemy Cuisine: Claiming Agency, Seeking Humanity and Renegotiating Identity through Consumption - K. Felicia Campbell
  • 12. The Memory of Food Problems at the End of the First World War in Subsequent Propaganda Posters in Germany - Tania Rusca
  • 13. Echoes of Catastrophe: Famine, Conflict and Reconciliation in the Irish Borderlands - Paul Collinson
  • 14. ‘Land to the Tiller’: Hunger and the End of Monarchy in Ethiopia - Benjamin Talton
  • 15. Prospects for Conflict to Spread through Bilateral Land Arrangements for Food Security - Michael J. Strauss
  • 16. Food, Conflict and Human Rights: Accounting for Structural Violence - Ellen Messer