kritisk etnografi  Swedish Journal of Anthropology, 2022, Vol. 5, Issue 1-2, “Is Europe Skilling for Sustainable Food?”
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Introductory Note by the Editors-in-Chief
Sten Hagberg and Jörgen Hellman


Introduction: Is Europe skilling for sustainable food?
DOI: 10.33063/diva-490447
Maris Boyd Gillette and Cristina Grasseni

Skilled vision in agroecology: Anticipation at the heart of sustainability
DOI: 10.33063/diva-490448
Nicolas Loodts

Sweden’s good fishers: Skills and values in a transforming social-ecological field
DOI: 10.33063/diva-490449
Maris Boyd Gillette, Milena Arias Schreiber and Nathan Siegrist

Building networks for sustainability? Food surplus redistribution, non-profit organisations and neoliberalism in Turin, Italy
DOI: 10.33063/diva-490450
Maria Vasile

“It’s a Co-op in Spirit, That’s What It Is”: Fostering Collaboration, Collectivity, and Egalitarianism in Food Cooperatives
DOI: 10.33063/diva-490451
Celia Plender


“You Just Throw Yourself Into It”: On fatherhood and family in the Faroe Islands
DOI: 10.33063/diva-490452
Firouz Gaini

Drought Terroirs: Debating anthropological territorialities in the study of climate change and environmental disasters
DOI: 10.33063/diva-490453
Ruy Llera Blanes, Carolina Valente Cardoso, Helder Alicerces Bahu and Cláudio Fortuna


Reskilling for sustainability: A perspective from comparative ethnography on collective food procurement
DOI: 10.33063/diva-490454
Cristina Grasseni, Federico De Musso, Ola Gracjasz, Robin Smith, Maria Vasile and Vincent Walstra