Elizabeth Finnis, University of Guelph

Associate Professor Guelph, Ontario efinnis@uoguelph.ca Office: (519) 824-4120 ext. 53234

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Prof. Elizabeth Finnis' research addresses the politics, economics, and culture of smaller-scale farming and local food systems. Geographically, she is interested in Canada, India, and Paraguay, and uses a political ecology lens to examine food, diet, agricultural transitions, and food sovereignt...

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Bio/Research

Prof. Elizabeth Finnis' research addresses the politics, economics, and culture of smaller-scale farming and local food systems. Geographically, she is interested in Canada, India, and Paraguay, and uses a political ecology lens to examine food, diet, agricultural transitions, and food sovereignty.

Finnis' current research examines food production, local food systems, and smaller-scale farming in Parry Sound District, Ontario; some of her other recent research includes working with small-scale farmers on issues of food sovereignty, agriculture, and social/physical environmental change in rural Paraguay.

She currently holds a SSHRC Insight Development Grant, Understanding Agricultural Values and Food Sovereignty Possibilities on the Edge of Northern Ontario.


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