Dr Damian Maye

Damian Maye was a guest editor for a special issue of Sociologia Ruralis, which was published this week (11th July 2017).

Damian co-edited the special issue with Jessica Duncan from Wageningen University, Netherlands.

This issue focusses on Understanding Sustainable Food System Transitions: Practice, Assessment and Governance and is available on Wiley Online Library.

Damian and Jessica co-wrote an introduction for this issue. In addition, Damian co-wrote a paper with James Kirwan and Gianluca Brunori (University of Pisa), about food chains and ethics – see Reflexive Governance, Incorporating Ethics and Changing Understandings of Food Chain Performance.

Dan Keech also co-wrote a paper about urban food networks – see Bricolage for Self-Sufficiency: An Analysis of Alternative Food Networks

The full references are as follows:

Maye, D. and Duncan, J. (2017) Understanding sustainable food system transitions: practice, assessment and governance. Special issue of Sociologia Ruralis. Volume 57, Issue 3, pages 267–273. DOI: 10.1111/soru.12177

Grivins, M, Keech, D, Kunda, I and Tisenkopfs, T (2017) Bricolage for self-sufficiency: an analysis of alternative food initiatives structures. Special issue of Sociologia Ruralis. July.  Volume 57Issue 3 .Pages 340-356. DOI: 10.1111/soru.12171

Kirwan, J., Maye, D. and Brunori, G. (2017) Reflexive governance, incorporating ethics and changing understandings of food chain performance. Special issue of Sociologia Ruralis. July. Volume 57Issue 3. Pages 357–377. DOI: 10.1111/soru.12169

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