Here is another perspective for ecofeminists: the latest articles from Agenda take on food security. Agenda is a key feminist journal with a South African perspective, and these articles are so new that they are available ahead of the formal release of the next issue of the journal.
When you access the catalogue record for the journal, choose the subscription marked Taylor & Francis Journals Online – SSH Library. This is the publisher of the journal (as opposed to JSTOR and Scholars Portal, who are third party content providers). When you get the the journal’s site on Taylor and Francis, choose the accordion marked Latest articles (if you are reading this much after the release of this blog, these likely will show up in an issue of volume 31 later). Key titles of the latest articles are:
- Masculine foodways in two South African cookbooks: Springbok Kitchen (2012) and Braai (2013) / Reddy
- Discontinuities in m-banking and development: Women who derive their livelihoods from agriculture in Maragua, Kenya / Muita & Diga
- Intersectional identities: Food, space and gender in urban Malawi / Riley & Dodson
- Food security: What does gender have to do with it? / Mengesha
- Cultivating selves: A farmer profile of Fakazile Mthethwa / Ngcoya & Kumarakulasingam