Sustainability and the “urban peasant”: rethinking the cultural politics of food self-provisioning in the Czech Republic

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Jehlička, Petr; Smith, Joe;
(2012)
  • Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

From the introduction: The third article, written by environmentalists Petr Jehlička and Joe Smith, overturns accounts of food self-provisioning in post-socialist Central and Eastern Europe that are rooted in myths of the “urban peasant”. After reviewing and rejecting t... View more
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