Street Foods — Urban Agriculture

Street Foods – Urban Agriculture

Street Foods: Urban Food and Employment in Developing Countries. NY: Oxford University Press, 1997.

“The Organization for Development and Support of Street Food Vendors in the City of Minia: Model for Empowering the Working Poor,” Cairo: SPAAC for the Ford Foundation, Aug., 1993.

Hunger Notes, Editor on special issue: Urban Food Production. Fall, 1992.

Street Foods: Testing Assumptions about Informal Sector Activity by Women and Men. Special TREND issue Current Sociology, 35/3 (Nov. 1987). International Sociological Association. London: Sage.

“Street food vendors in a modernizing world: action research documents their importance” 2003. Symposium Women in the Age of Economic Transformation: Successes and Models, Nahid Aslanbeigui, Steven Pressman, Gale Summerfield, eds. March issue of the International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society.

“Street Foods into the 21st Century,” Food and Human Values, 16/3:327-333, Sep 1999. Revision of remarks at the 1998 Joint Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Food and Society and The Agriculture, Food and Human Values Society in San Francisco in June 1998.

“Feeding megacities: a worldwide viewpoint,” The Urban Age, World Bank, winter 1998:4-7.

“Urban agriculture is already here,” in Cities Feeding People, Ottawa: IDRC, 1994. Article based on this report appeared in Ag-Sieve4/1:6 (1993), the newsletter of Rodale Institute.

“The Urban Street Food Trade: Regional Variations of Women’s Involvement,” in Esther Ngan-ling Chow & Catherine White Berheided, eds., Women, the Family, and Policy: A Global Perspective, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1994.

“The Street Food Project: Using Research for Planning,” Berkeley Planning Journal, 8:1-20. Dec., 1993.

“Legalizing Street Foods in the Third World”, Whole Earth Review, pp 72-74. Spring, 1989.

“Legalizing Street Foods in the Third World: The Right to eat on the street”, Howard Law Journal, Fall, 1987.

“The Case for Legalizing Street Foods”, CERES, Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization, Sept/Oct., 1987.

“Street Foods: The Fast Foods of Developing Nations”, VITA News, Jan. 1987.

“Street Foods as Income and Food for the Poor,” Dossier 49: Sept.-Oct., 1985.

“Street Foods as a Source of Income for Women,” with Monique Cohen, Ekistics 310; Jan.-Feb., 1985.

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