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245 00 Subsistence under capitalism :|bhistorical and 
       contemporary perspectives /|cedited by James Murton, Dean 
       Bavington, and Carly Dokis. 
263    1606 
264  1 Montreal ;|aKingston ;|aLondon ;|aChicago :|bMcGill-
       Queen's University Press,|c2016. 
300    1 online resource. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  McGill-Queen's rural, wildland, and resource studies 
       series ;|v4 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Introduction: Why subsistence? / James Murton, Dean 
       Bavington, and Carly Dokis -- The seeds of calculability: 
       the home farms experiment on and off the books / Sarah J. 
       Martin -- Blurring the boundaries: subsistence and 
       recreational fisheries in late-nineteenth-century Ontario 
       / William Knight -- Spinning flax in mills, households, 
       and the Canadian state, 1850-1870 / Joshua MacFadyen -- 
       Rural households, subsistence, and environment on the 
       Canadian Shield, 1901-1940 / R.W. Sandwell -- Fishing for 
       subsistence, sport, and sovereignty on Lake Nipissing / 
       Nancy Pottery -- Aboriginal subsistence practices in an 
       "isolated" region of Northern Alberta / Clinton N. Westman
       -- Working with fish in the shadows of sustainability / 
       Jennifer Lee Johnson and Bakaaki Robert -- Rethinking the 
       legacies of "subsistence thinking" / Michael J. Hathaway -
       - Alternative agriculture, the vernacular, and the MST: re
       -creating subsistence as the sustainable development of 
       human rights / M. Jabi Chappell -- Research by people: a 
       panel discussion on living subsistence locally / edited by
       Dean Bavington and Jennifer Hough Evans -- In defense of 
       vernacular ways / Sajay Samuel -- On the semantics of 
       theorizing the cause(s) of the shadows, or how to think 
       about counting the differences between a wild edible 
       mushroom and a super tanker, neither of which fits the 
       commodity form / Colin A.M. Duncan -- Conclusion / James 
       Murton, Dean Bavington, and Carly Dokis. 
520    "The complex relationship between subsistence practices 
       and formal markets should be a growing matter of concern 
       for those uneasy with the stark contrast between 
       commercial and local food systems, especially since self-
       provisioning has never been limited to the margins. In 
       fact, subsistence occupies a central space in local and 
       global economies and networks. Bringing together essays 
       from diverse disciplines to reflect on the meaning of 
       subsistence in theory and in practice, in historical and 
       contemporary contexts, in Canada and beyond, Subsistence 
       under Capitalism offers a collective study on the ways in 
       which local food systems have been repeatedly shoved into 
       the shadows by the drive to establish and expand 
       capitalist markets. Considering fishing, farming, and 
       other forms of subsistence provisioning, the essays in 
       this volume document the persistence of these practices 
       despite capitalist government policies that actively seek 
       to subsume them. Presenting viable alternatives to 
       capitalist production and exchange, the contributors 
       explain the critical interplay between politics, local 
       provisioning, and the ultimate survival of society. 
       Illuminating new kinds of engagements with nature and 
       community, Subsistence under Capitalism looks behind the 
       scenes of subsistence food provisioning to challenge the 
       dominant economic thought of the modern world."--
       |cProvided by publisher. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
       Collection - North America 
650  0 Subsistence economy|zCanada. 
650  0 Local foods|xEconomic aspects|zCanada. 
650  0 Capitalism|zCanada. 
651  0 Canada|xEconomic conditions. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Murton, James Ernest,|d1969-|eeditor. 
700 1  Bavington, Dean,|d1973-|eeditor. 
700 1  Dokis, Carly A.|q(Carly Ann),|d1978-|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tSubsistence under capitalism.|kMcGill-
       Queen's rural, wildland, and resource studies series
       |kMcGill-Queen's rural, wildland, and resource studies 
       series ;|w(CaOONL)2016900872X 
830  0 McGill-Queen's rural, wildland, and resource studies 
       series ;|v4. 
856 40 |u
       db=nlebk&AN=1290376|zOnline eBook. Access restricted to 
       current Rider University students, faculty, and staff. 
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       of this eBook|u 
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