SOCIAL SCIENCE: Agriculture & Food (see also POLITICAL SCIENCE: Public Policy: Agriculture & Food Policy)

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Washington at the Plow: The Founding Farmer and the Question of SlaveryWashington at the Plow: The Founding Farmer and the Question of SlaveryRagsdale, Bruce A.HARDCOVER10/12/2021$29.95
Cover: Famine Relief in Warlord ChinaFamine Relief in Warlord ChinaFuller, PierreHARDCOVER08/06/2019$65.00
Cover: Famine Relief in Warlord ChinaFamine Relief in Warlord ChinaFuller, PierrePAPERBACK08/06/2019$34.00
Cover: Food and the City: Histories of Culture and CultivationFood and the City: Histories of Culture and CultivationImbert, DorothéeHARDCOVER05/25/2015$55.00
Cover: Cultures of Milk: The Biology and Meaning of Dairy Products in the United States and IndiaCultures of Milk: The Biology and Meaning of Dairy Products in the United States and IndiaWiley, Andrea S.HARDCOVER06/09/2014$49.50
Cover: Opium: Uncovering the Politics of the PoppyOpium: Uncovering the Politics of the PoppyChouvy, Pierre-ArnaudHARDCOVER03/01/2010$40.00
Cover: We Are What We Eat: Ethnic Food and the Making of AmericansWe Are What We Eat: Ethnic Food and the Making of AmericansGabaccia, Donna R.PAPERBACK04/14/2000$34.00
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