Political Agronomy: Knowledge production and policy framing in the era of Super- and Miracle Food

5-6 June 2019, UNIL – Geopolis 2227

How does a plant become a super / miracle food, who claims it is and why? What does this mean for agricultural research, extension and for producers on the ground? These are some of the questions we will discuss with speakers from University of Sussex (UK), CNRS (FR), Cirad (FR), University of Ottawa (CA) and University of Indiana (USA).

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