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12019-11-04T08:29:02-08:00Introducing Steve Striffler's work7Steve Striffler is an anthropologist who has worked on labor, particularly in food processingplain2019-11-22T09:03:26-08:00Steve Striffler is a cultural anthropologist who has written many books about the food system, including:
Striffler, S., Moberg, M., Joseph, G. M., & Rosenberg, E. S. (Eds.). (2003). Banana wars: Power, production, and history in the Americas. Duke University Press.
Striffler, S. (2005). Chicken: the dangerous transformation of America's favorite food. Yale University Press. and
Striffler, S. (2001). In the shadows of state and capital: the United Fruit Company, popular struggle, and agrarian restructuring in Ecuador, 1900–1995. Duke University Press.
Three pieces from around the time Steve was doing the chicken research project are relevant to some of his connections to Minnesota (including his talk excerpted below): 1. labor in a chicken processing plant: Kayde, Alexis, Hannah, Klimisha, Errin 2. from here to there: Chloe, Will, Ogechi, Indira, Mel 3: labor note: Victoria, Aidan, Oliver, Seun, Delina This last piece was developed as part of the panel where Steve can be speaking here at the University of Minnesota in 2011:
The Main Street Project in Northfield Minnesota provides a different, regenerative way of thinking about chicken agriculture: