Conference Presentations (Slide shows)

A Difficult Conversation - How local food activists engage issues of labour (or not), The Foodshed Project and York University, Canada


Art, Activism and Academia: Blurring the Boundaries


Arts for Migrant Justice



Fire in the Belly: Tapping Artistic Passions for Environmental Education



Popular Education through Spirit, Song and Journey



Re: Claiming Food Sovereignty: Reclaiming Ways of Knowing, Food Justice Course, Coady International Institute, Nova Scotia


Somos Hijos de Maiz: Blessings on the Food, Blessings on the Workers


Tomasita meets Tomatl: Crossing Geopolitical, Ecological and Epistemological Borders on the Tomato Trail, Humanities Council Symposium, Appalachian State University


Tomatoes, Bundles and Murals: What Can Popular Education Offer Community Movements



Viva Other Ways of Knowing! Decolonizing Education through Participatory Arts-Based Research, Keynote for Joint PhD Program Summer Session, Lakehead University, 2015