Issues | Volume 15 Number 3

Fall 2015

FROM THE EDITOR
Editor’s Letter | Melissa L. Caldwell

SOAS FOOD STUDIES CENTRE DISTINGUISHED LECTURE
An Interview with James C. Scott | Harry G. West and Celia Plender

RESEARCH BRIEF
Milking It: The Pastoral Imaginary of California’s (Non)Dairy Farming | Kyle Bladow

RESEARCH ESSAYS
Making Sense of Urban Gardens | Cindy Ott

Thinking Critically about Academic–Industry Collaborations

Commercial Collaboration and Critical Engagement in Food Research | Peter Jackson

Researching (with) Major Food Retailers: Leveling and Leveraging the Terms of Engagement | David Evans

Engaging Science with Commercial Partners: The (Dating) Stages of a (Lasting) Relationship | Monica Truninger

The Power-geometry of Food Business Research | Peter Jackson

Archives, Academy, and Access: Food Producer Life Stories | Polly Russell

In Response

Embracing the Elephant | Charlotte Biltekoff

Industry Expert Reflections | Louise Bland

The Knowledge Economy in Corporate Engagement | Katherine Smith

Food Corporations and Collaborative Research | James L. Watson

CREATIVE REFLECTIONS
Affogato | Dorian Fox

French Soup Alchemy | Ali Shakir

Brscht – A Love Story | Bryan Demchinsky

Eat These Words | J. H. Pearl

REVIEW ESSAY
Breakfast, Brunch, and Leisure | Charles Reeve

REVIEWS
Typicality in History: Tradition, Innovation, and Terroir Edited by Giovanni Ceccarelli, Alberto Grandi, and Stefano Magagnoli, Reviewed by Rengenier C. Rittersma

Beyond Alternative Food Networks: Italy’s Solidarity Purchase Groups By Cristina Grasseni, Reviewed by Jillian R. Cavanaugh

A Farm Dies Once a Year By Arlo Crawford, Reviewed by Katy Overstreet

Fish and Chips: A History By Panikos Panayi, Reviewed by Peter Scholliers

The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food By Dan Barber, Reviewed by Christian Man

The Insect Cookbook: Food for a Sustainable Planet By Arnold van Huis, Henk van Gurp, and Marcel Dicke, Reviewed by Jonas House

Alternative Food Networks: Knowledge, Practice, and Politics By David Goodman, E. Melanie DuPuis, and Michael K. Goodman, Reviewed by Chhaya Kolavalli

BOOKS RECEIVED

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