Putting Gender on the Table: Food and the Family Life of Nature
Seeing Nature through Gender
Environmental history has traditionally told the story of Man and Nature. This book reintroduces gender as a meaningful category of analysis for environmental history, showing how women's actions, desires and choices have shaped the world and seeing men as gendered actors as well.
“Putting Gender on the Table: Food and the Family Life of Nature.” Book chapter in Seeing Nature through Gender, Virginia Scharff, ed. (University Press of Kansas, 2003): 169-193.