Hannah Wittman

Hannah Wittman is jointly appointed in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems and the Institute of Resources, Environment and Sustainability at UBC.  Her research examines how rights to produce and consume food are contested and transformed through global struggles for agrarian reform, food sovereignty, and ecological citizenship. Areas of empirical focus include: agrarian reform settlements, citizenship and food sovereignty in rural Brazil in collaboration with the Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST); socio-ecological resilience and community-based resource management in Guatemala; and local food system transformation via farmland protection initiatives in British Columbia, Canada.

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