Profiles in "Food Sovereignty" Expertise Area

  • Arina Melkozernova is an instructional professional and a PhD Candidate at ASU. Her research on foodways, biosemiotics and resilience brings Humanities, art, science, and non-Western knowledges together.
  • Adamson is President's Professor of environmental humanities and Director of the Environmental Humanities Initiative (EHI) at the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory at ASU.
  • Vicenti Carpio is a citizen of the Jicarilla Apache Nation and of Laguna and Isleta Pueblo heritage. Her current projects explore institutional intersections of Japanese Internment and American Indian urban relocation policy.
  • Mara investigates Irish literature and film. Her second research stream includes research in health humanities and medical rhetoric.
  • Rissing's research uses diverse qualitative methods to explore US agriculture in a global context. Foci include innerworkings of sustainable food systems, agricultural diversification, and farmland and farm livelihood equity.