Urban Agriculture and Campus Sustainability: Recent Books
Food and agriculture meet an essential need of all humans and the details of how food is produced, distributed, consumed, and disposed is of increasing interest (Hedegaard Larsen, 2016). To meet the growing expectations of the campus community, many college and university decision-makers are including food and agriculture concerns as part of curricula, and in the planning, development, and sustainability efforts. This selected bibliography includes a selection of recently published books covering issues relevant to institutions of higher education on food, agriculture, and sustainability efforts.
Cockrall-King, J. (2012). Food and the city: Urban agriculture and the new food revolution. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books. ISBN: 9781616144586
Fontaine, M. (2014). Student Relationship Management (SRM) in Higher Education: Addressing the Expectations of an Ever Evolving Demographic and Its Impact on Retention. Journal of Education and Human Development, 3(2), 105–119.
Hedegaard Larsen, M. (2016). Eating the canary in the coalmine: Thoughts and theories to explain the rising importance of food, events and agriculture/place as symbols and media of community and identity in post-modern societies. Berkeley, CA: University of California Berkeley, Institute for the Study of Societal Issues. Retrieved from http://escholarship.org/uc/item/3nw1s6b2
Ladner, P. (2011). The urban food revolution: Changing the way we feed cities. Gabriola Island, B.C.: New Society Publishers. ISBN: 9780865716834
Nordahl, D. (2014). Public produce: Cultivating our parks, plazas, and streets for healthier cities. Washington: Island Press. ISBN: 9781610915496
Parham, S. (2015). Food and urbanism: The convivial city and a sustainable future. London; New York: Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN: 9780857854520
Reynolds, K., & Cohen, N. (2016). Beyond the kale: Urban agriculture and social justice activism in New York City. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press. ISBN: 9780820349503
Sayre, L., & Clark, S. (2011). Fields of learning: The student farm movement in North America. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky. ISBN: 9780813133744 Retrieved from http://muse.jhu.edu/book/1980
Thomashow, M. (2014). The nine elements of a sustainable campus. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. ISBN: 9780262321570