The Moral Economy of Hunger: Lessons from the US and the Sahel

Author: Marcel Kitissou

Marcel provocatively charts the cartography of hunger in Sahelian Africa and the United States to challenge dominant representations of the spaces of hunger and in the face of the proliferation of hunger calls for a “moral economy” that can reconcile “personal responsibility (oikos) and social solidarity (polis).”

>> The Moral Economy of Hunger-Lessons from the US and the Sahel  (pdf download)

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