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Sarah Rotz

Sarah Rotz

Sarah Rotz

Assistant Professor Credentials PhD Geography, University of GuelphMES Environmental Studies, York UniversityBA (Honours) Environmental Management, University of Toronto Research Keywords Political Ecology; Land & Food Justice; Settler Colonial Studies; Critical Data Studies; Critical Theory & Methods. Graduate Supervision I supervise students in the graduate programs in Environmental Studies, Geography and Science & Technology Studies Contact Information 4700 Keele StreetToronto,

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Toward relational accountability in land and food research

Toward relational accountability in land and food research

As a settler scholar-activist, Professor Sarah Rotz’s work focuses on political ecologies of land and food systems, settler colonial patriarchy, and concepts of sovereignty and justice related to food, water and energy, and the ecosystems that support them. Having lived in Guelph and Toronto, Rotz has worked with various organizations and campaigns from fossil fuel divestment, food

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As meat plants shut down, COVID-19 reveals the extreme concentration of our food supply

As meat plants shut down, COVID-19 reveals the extreme concentration of our food supply

Ian Mosby and Sarah Rotz, Special to the Globe and Mail, published April 29, 2020 “The food supply chain is breaking,” Tyson Foods Chairman John H. Tyson wrote in an open letter published in the New York Times earlier this week. And he’s not wrong. Over the past month, anyone following the news might have

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Relational Accountability for Indigenous Rematriation (RAIR): Creating food sovereignty through rematriation, land sharing, and relationship building

Relational Accountability for Indigenous Rematriation (RAIR): Creating food sovereignty through rematriation, land sharing, and relationship building

Principal Investigator: Sarah Rotz. Funding: SSHRC Insight Development Grant. Term: 2019-2022. The purpose of this RAIR Collective research project is to support grassroots Indigenous rematriation and (re)connection to land. It supports the convergence of food sovereign peoples in ways that advance dialogue and action for Indigenous land rematriation. This work centres Indigenous women and two-spirit presence,

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