This week on Campus Voices, we spoke with professor Lindsay Naylor from the University of Delaware’s College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment. As a self-described food geographer, Naylor studies how capitalism impacts power structures in the food and agricultural world. She uses her research to encourage equity in unequal institutions.
We talked to Naylor about the burdens placed on the most vulnerable people in the food production chain, her research on food sovereignty in Spain and Cuba, and her studies on Fair Trade coffee.
Lindsay Naylor, recorded on October 24, 2017. First aired on November 2, 2017.
About our Guest
Professor Lindsay Naylor studies international economic development and human geography at the University of Delaware. Her research examines everything from power struggles in the food industry to urban food forests and Fair Trade coffee. Naylor earned her Ph.D. at the University of Oregon. She is currently writing a book while researching food sovereignty in Spain and Cuba.
- Lindsay Naylor
- The University of Delaware’s College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment
- The University of Delaware’s Department of Geography
- Fair World Project
- Philadelphia Orchard Project
Ryan Thornton: co-host, web page author and editor
Nicole Parr: co-host, audio editor
Richard Gordon: producer, audio engineer
Photos courtesy of The University of Delaware’s College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment and Lindsay Naylor