Reflection on the Concept of Hunger: The Case of Egypt between 2008 and 2011
Cairo Papers in Social Science
In recent years, the food question has been a central concern for politicians, economists, international organizations, activists and NGOs alike, as well as social scientists at large. This interest has emerged from the global food crisis and its impact on the environment and the political economy and security of the global south, as well as the expansion of scholarly studies relating food issues to agrarian questions with the objective of developing theoretical frameworks that would allow for a critical analysis of the current food issues at historical, cultural, social, political and economic levels. In this context, Cairo Papers organized its 2016 symposium around the food question in the Middle East. Papers in this collection address the food question from both its food and agricultural aspects, and approach it as the site of political and economic conflicts, as the means of sociocultural control and distinction, and as the expression of national and ethnic identities.
The Food Question in the Middle East
Malak S. Rouchdy; Iman A. Hamdy
American University in Cairo Press
Cairo Papers in Social Science 34(4)
food, NGOs, social scientists, food crisis, environment, political economy, security, global south, Middle East, agriculture
Rouchdy, M. S.
(2017).Reflection on the Concept of Hunger: The Case of Egypt between 2008 and 2011. American University in Cairo Press. , 111-126
Rouchdy, Malak S.
Reflection on the Concept of Hunger: The Case of Egypt between 2008 and 2011. American University in Cairo Press, 2017.pp. 111-126