Most recently, I have been analyzing and comparing food security policy and food sovereignty discourses in their relationship to world hunger in a series of articles and book chapters. I have also examined questions of vulnerability in alternative food networks in the urbanizing landscapes of the Pacific Northwest and the feminist political ecology of alternative agriculture. I am currently working on an analysis of food and eating in Quebec and its relationship to class and gender formation among rural and working class French-Canadians.
- Jarosz, Lucy. "Comparing food security and food sovereignty discourses." Dialogues in Human Geography 4, no. 2 (2014): 168-181.
- Jarosz, Lucy. "The city in the country: Growing alternative food networks in Metropolitan areas." Journal of Rural Studies 24, no. 3 (2008): 231-244.
- Jarosz, Lucy, and Victoria Lawson. "“Sophisticated people versus rednecks”: Economic restructuring and class difference in America’s West." Antipode34, no. 1 (2002): 8-27.
- Jarosz, Lucy. "Understanding agri-food networks as social relations."Agriculture and human values 17, no. 3 (2000): 279-283.
- Jarosz, Lucy. "Defining and explaining tropical deforestation: Shifting cultivation and population growth in colonial Madagascar (1896-1940)."Economic Geography (1993): 366-379.
- From the Chair, Summer 2015 - June 29, 2015
- Professor Emeritus Dick Morrill Honored at Upcoming UW Awards of Excellence Ceremony - May 22, 2014
- Fall 2013 Colloquium Series - October 1, 2013