Moving from 'Matters of Fact’ to 'Matters of Concern" in Order to Grow Economic Food Futures in the Anthropocene

Ann Hill

This paper argues that through becoming critical minds in the Latourian sense researchers can play a key role in enacting economic food futures in the Anthropocene. It proposes a new mode of critical inquiry by centering on three broad research matters of concern: (1) gathering and assembling economic diversity (2) human actancy and (3) nonhuman actancy.

Suggested citation

Hill, A. 2014. Moving from matters of fact to matters of concern, in order to grow economic food futures in the Anthropocene, Agriculture and Human Values.