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Agri-Food XXVI Conference Program available for download

The upcoming Agri-Food XXVI Conference Program can be found here.

See you in Christchurch!

Food systems Research Fellow and Research Assistant positions at the University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne is advertising two part-time research positions – a Research Fellow (Food Systems) and a Research Assistant (Food Systems) to work on the research project ‘Building the climate resilience of Melbourne’s city region food system’.

Applications for both positions close at 11.55 pm on 2 December 2019 (AUS Eastern Daylight time).

For more information contact Dr Rachel Carey.

Agri-Food XXVI: Early bird registration closing soon!

Early bird registration for Agri-Food XXVI is closing soon!

Here are two reasons to attend this year’s conference…

Want to know more about mahinga kai issues?
Join Mananui Ramsden on the field trip for a discussion. Here is his inspiring TEDxChristchurch presentation.

Be a part of the vibrant new scene in Christchurch at the Riverside Farmers Market
The market is part of the urban field trip for the conference.

Last call for Abstracts: Agri-Food XXVI

The programme is starting to take shape and conference organisers are keen for the Scientific Programme Committee to begin the organising the sessions.

If you intend to submit an abstract, please notify organisers of your interest by providing your proposed title, author(s) and preferred session theme (if any) by Wednesday, 11 September.

Abstracts will continue to be accepted till Saturday, 21 September 2019.

All equiries and submissions should be directed to agrifood2019@canterbury.ac.nz

Extension for Abstracts: AGRI-FOOD XXVI

CALL FOR CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS: DUE 6 SEPTEMBER 2019
Conference organisers encourage the submission of abstracts for presentations that explore the imminent horizon of agri-food theory. How is our work being re-territorialised? How are relational economies addressing the continued transformation of global capital and financial networks? Or you may be grappling with the non-human… We welcome all submissions that provide insight to the continued work of the AFRN in helping to situate our growing understandings of agri-food systems.

Abstracts up of to 200 words are invited for papers or posters that fit within the special sessions listed here, or with the broader theme of Re-Territorialisation Unleashed. Please include paper title, presenter name/s and affiliation, as well as preferred session if applicable. Abstracts not aligned with one of the sessions will be combined within general sessions.

Sessions
1. Assemblages and Ontologies in Agri-food Worlds
2. Postcolonial Engagements in Agri-food Worlds
3. Protein politics: discourses, processes, and effects of the pursuit of new and improved proteins
4. Indigenizing Agri-food Networks
5. The Circular Economy and Agri-food
6. Managing Challenges to Agri-Food Sustainability: A Shared Responsibility Approach

Workshops
1. Dirt Underfoot or the Wealth of Emergent Bioeconomies? ‘Regen Ag’ as the antidote to Anthropocene Crises
2. Managing Challenges to Agri-Food Sustainability: A Shared Responsibility Approach

Please indicate interest in workshops to agrifood2019@canterbury.ac.nz

Email abstracts, expressions of interest in workshops, and queries to agrifood2019@canterbury.ac.nz

PAPER ACCEPTANCE NOTIFIED            mid Sept