Bruce, Analena

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Curriculum Vitae

Dissertation Title: "Entrance and Persistence in Alternative Agriculture: An American Case Study"

Dissertation Committee: Tom Rudel (chair); Karen O'Neill; Norah MacKendrick; Doug Constance (Sam Houston State University)

Areas of interest: Agriculture and food system, Environment and society, Science and technology, Social movements

Peer-Reviewed Publications:

Bruce, Analena B. and Rebecca L. Som Castellano. 2016. Labor and alternative food networks: challenges for farmers and consumers. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 1–14. DOI: 10.1017/S174217051600034X

Bruce, Analena B. 2016. Frankenfish or Fish to Feed the World? Scientism and Biotechnology Regulatory Policy. Rural Sociology DOI:10.1111/ruso.12146

Bruce, Analena B. 2016. The Troubled Legacy of Agrarian Reform: Small Farmers and Foundations of the Fair Trade Cooperative System. Geography Compass 10/12: 485–498. DOI: 10.1111/gec3.12298

Bruce, Analena B. and Rachael L. Shwom. 2015. Friend or Foe? Why US Energy Efficiency Nonprofits Collaborate with Business and Government. Environmental Sociology 1 (1): 48-58. DOI: 10.1080/23251042.2014.993796

Other Publications:

Bruce, Analena. "Labor of Love: Small-scale Farmers in Alternative Food Networks." The Blue Review; Popular Scholarship in the Public Interest. October 5, 2015. https://thebluereview.org/small-scale-farmers-in-alternative-food-networks/

Bruce, Analena. "Making Food Slower." Contexts; understanding people in their social worlds. Spring 2013. http://contexts.org/articles/making-food-slower/

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