Recent and Upcoming

ICAS-Etxalde Colloquium - The future of food and agriculture, Bilbao, April 24-26, 2017

Future of Food in a Climate Changing World: Global Alliance for the Future of Food 2nd International Dialogue, and Sequestering Carbon in Soil: Addressing the Climate Threat, scheduled, May 3-4, Paris, May 1-3, 2017

Interview (in English) on food regimes and Regulation Theory, with Gilles Allaires and Benoit Daviron, in Revue de la Régulation 20: 2 Autumn 2016. Régulations agricoles et formes de mobilisation sociale. https://regulation.revues.org/11957

Towards a Natural History of Human Foodgetting, 2016.  Sociologia Ruralis, forthcoming Vol 57, No.2. Advance online publication

Metabolism of Global Cities: London, Manchester, Chicago, forthcoming in Terry Marsden, ed. Sage Handbook of Nature, Section on Urban Natures: Sustainable Communities (ed. Alison Blay-Palmer)

Participant, 2016. Transforming Global Governance in the Post-2015 Era: Towards an Equitable and Sustainable World  (lead: Nora McKeon). Globalizations

Advisory Board, The Toronto City Region Food Systems (CRFS) project is one of seven CFRS in the CityFoodTools project, also including Utrecht (The Netherlands), Lusaka and Kitwe (Zambia), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Quito (Ecuador and Medellin (Colombia). Partners are RUAF International (Coordination), FAO-Food for Cities, and Wilfred Laurier Laurier Centre for Sustainable Food Systems. Goals are to map and assess city region food systems by identifying indicators that can be used to model and compare CRFS, identify opportunities for change towards greater sustainability, and serve as a baseline and monitoring for city region food policies and strategies.

Food Regime Analysis and Agrarian Questions: Widening the Conversation Journal of Peasant Studies,  May 2016. Contribution to the Bernstein-McMichael-Friedmann Dialogue on food regimes, food sovereignty, farming systems, and more...

Seeds, Soils, and Politics, Wenner-Gren Workshop, Santa Cruz, CA, September 7-14, 2016

Visiting Professor of Political Economy, Carleton University, Fall 2016

Transforming Global Governance in the Post-2015 Era: Towards an Equitable and Sustainable World, Globalizations 2016.. Summary by Nora McKeon of Dialogic Symposium on “Inclusive, equitable, accountable and transformative global governance in the post-2015 era,”  CUNY Graduate Center,  New York, 14 March 2016,   http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14747731.2016.1244757  

50 Years of Debate on Peasantries, 1966-2016, Keynote Plenary, XIV World Congress of Rural Sociology, August 10-14, 2016. Talks to appear in Journal of Peasant Studies.

Plenary Panel (with Lauren Baker), Re-Rooting Toronto's Food Region: Academic, Policy and Practical Perspectives, Canadian Association of Food Studies/Agriculture and Human Values/Society for the Study of Food in Society, Scarborough College, University of Toronto, June 23, 2016

Food Sovereignty and Social Peace: Rights, Human Security and Governance Challenges, Roundtable, International Studies Association, March 16-19, 2016, Atlanta

Review, Chaire Unesco Alimentations du monde, April 2016

Selection Committtee, Studies in Political Economy book prize, 2016

Recent Publications in Canadian Food Studies, Journal of International Law and International Relations, Journal of Peasant Studies, Sociologia Ruralis; chapter in Koc, et. al. Critical Perspectives in Food Studies, 2nd ed. (see publications pages)

Georgian Triangle Lifelong Learning Institute,  The Future of Food: Sustainability, Trends & Challenges, Lecture: What is a Sustainable Food System? Collingwood ON, Canada, 15 January 2016

Visiting Professor, Department of Agrarian, Food and Environmental Studies, International Institute of Social Studies (Erasmus University), The Hague (2014-2016) www.iss.nl/education/.../agrarian_food_and_environmental_studies_afes/ February 2016

Visiting Professor, Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University, http://carleton.ca/politicaleconomy/ Ottawa Fall 2016