Prompt: What is the main problem of global food? What are two different ways of understanding that problem and promoting solutions for it? And why is one way better than another? Use concepts and examples from the assigned course readings and course lectures to respond to the prompt. The essay should be 4-6 pages, double spaced.
Make sure you explain very clearly your answer to each of the three questions above. You need to engage with at least 4 texts given. You also need to cite at least 2 more academic sources. In your answer to the questions above, you have to show how each text helps you make your argument, or why you are making a different argument than the author cited to answer these questions.
We are not asking you to summarize the readings/lectures. We are not asking for your unsupported opinions. We are asking you to make your own coherent and well-supported argument about the topic. Cite specific concepts, short quotes, or examples from the assigned readings and lectures as evidence to support your own argument. Your paper needs to include a thesis statement that outlines your argument and how you will support it.
Any references beyond the syllabus used for the essay need to be academic publications, government reports, or reputable journalistic, think tank, or NGO sources.
The short essay by Eric Holt-Gimenez(and the longer recommended reading by Eric Holt-Gimenez and Annie Shattuck) provides very clearly 4 different ways to understand the problems of global food, and even helps you think about how each of those ways leads to different types of solutions. So you could pick any problem of global food and environment, and then select two of those four frameworks in the essay by Eric Holt-Gimenez as the basis for your essay. Remember you will need to also explain why you think one is better than the other as well.
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