AFRN member, Christopher Mayes, has a new book titled Unsettling Food Politics: Agriculture, Dispossession and Sovereignty in Australia. It is available for purchase (hardback and e-book) from most online outlets, as well as directly from the publisher.
The publishers have generously offered 60% off the hardback and 30% off the e-book price. Visit Christopher’s blog to access the code for the discount (only via the publisher’s website).
An extract of the book has been adapted for an article for ABC Religion & Ethics – ‘Is eating a settler-colonial act? Food justice and Indigenous sovereignty’
2 thoughts on “Unsettling Food Politics: Agriculture, Dispossession and Sovereignty in Australia”
Thanks for reposting! There have been some issues with postage and handling costs via the publishers website (ie very expensive to ship to Australia….) Anyway, there will be an Australian distributor soon, but if you contact me and I can arrange a copy for $60.
Thank you, Christopher!