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January 18, 2022

The CAFE special issue More than a Disaster: Creativity in Growing, Distributing, and Accessing Food During COVID-19 is out featuring work from many here at UNC including Professor Caela O’Connell; Anthropology students Rosemary Gay, Sita Tayal, Noreen McDonald; Professor Rudi Colloredo-Mansfeld, and Professor Elizabeth Havice in Geography; and alumna Courtney Lewis.

Special Issue Introduction: Thinking Through “Being in the COVID-19 World” and Bright Spots for our Food Futures
Caela O’Connell

Brief Research Commentary: The US Indigenous Food Sovereignty Movement’s Impact on Understandings of COVID-19 in Indian Country
Courtney Lewis

COVID Connections: Lessons from Adaptations to COVID-19 as Strategies for Building Food System Resilience
Caela O’Connell, Rosemary Gay, Noreen McDonald, and Sita Tayal

Agroecology, Supply Chains, and COVID-19: Lessons on Food System Transitions from Ecuador
Angus Lyall, Fernanda Vallejo, Rudi Colloredo-Mansfeld, and Elizabeth Havice

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