Our lab is focused on building a body of research that accounts for the practice of wild food provisioning within the body of foodways literature. We are especially interested in bringing the practices and socio-ecological dynamics of hunting, fishing, and foraging into conversation with dominant food systems research.


Hall, J.C., Gum, H., Peitkoski, K. (2020). Wild alternatives: accounting for big game harvest in West Virginia foodways. Applied Geography. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeog.2020.102329

Hall, J.C. (in prep). Food security in the era of COVID-19: wild food provisioning as resilience during a global pandemic.

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