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Original Articles

    1. R ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO THE GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS: UNDERSTANDING AND ADDRESSING THE "SILENT TSUNAMI"
      1. David Himmelgreen
        Nancy Romero-Daza
    2. R RISING FOOD PRICES, SOCIAL MOBILIZATIONS, AND VIOLENCE: CONCEPTUAL ISSUES IN UNDERSTANDING AND RESPONDING TO THE CONNECTIONS LINKING HUNGER AND CONFLICT
      1. Ellen Messer
    3. R DEALING WITH THE GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS IN LOCAL SETTINGS: NONINTENSIVE AGRICULTURE IN LESOTHO, SOUTHERN AFRICA
      1. Nancy Romero-Daza
        David A. Himmelgreen
        Charlotte A. Noble
        David Turkon
    4. R ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS: COMMUNITY-BASED STRATEGIES TO COMBAT HUNGER
      1. Miriam S. Chaiken
        J. Richard Dixon
        Colette Powers
        Erica Wetzler
    5. R ECONOMIC RESTRUCTURING AND URBAN FOOD ACCESS IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
      1. Howard Rosing
    6. R THE FORGOTTEN POPULATION? YOUTH, FOOD INSECURITY, AND RISING PRICES: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS
      1. Craig Hadley
        Tefera Belachew
        David Lindstrom
        Fasil Tessema
    7. R FOOD INSECURITY IN BUHAYA: THE CYCLE OF WOMEN'S MARGINALIZATION AND THE SPREAD OF POVERTY, HUNGER, AND DISEASE
      1. Valerie Githinji
    8. R LAVICHÈ: HAITI'S VULNERABILITY TO THE GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS
      1. John Mazzeo
    9. R MOSAICS OF MAYA LIVELIHOODS: READJUSTING TO GLOBAL AND LOCAL FOOD CRISES
      1. Rebecca K. Zarger
    10. R FROM CRISIS TO CUMULATIVE EFFECTS: FOOD SECURITY CHALLENGES IN ALASKA
      1. David V. Fazzino
        Philip A. Loring
    11. R THINGS BECAME SCARCE: FOOD AVAILABILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY IN SANTIAGO de CUBA THEN AND NOW
      1. Hanna Garth
    12. R ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES FOR UNDERSTANDING THE COMPLEXITIES OF THE GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS
      1. Sunil K. Khanna

Biosketches of Authors

    1. R Biosketches of Authors