How to describe the moving of Transition?


Originally published in Transition Consciousness on May 1, 2015.

Towards the end of 2013, I spent four months in Totnes, seeking to know more about Transition. Like many academics who have studied the Transition movement, I, too, came to Devon having already devoted many months to reading about it, working my way up from Rob Hopkins’ The Transition Handbook. When I came to Totnes, therefore, I thought I had a few certainties about Transition Read more

The Global Politics of the Plate

Moving Units

This is an interview with Daniel Tucker in conjunction with the Moving Units event series at Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, originally published online on May 20, 2015.

Luigi Russi, a law graduate of Bocconi University and the University of Oxford, is currently a doctoral candidate in Sociology at University of Exeter. His first book Hungry Capital: The Financialization of Food (Zero Books, 2013) tries to bring home the effects of something as apparently virtual as finance on one of the most intimate aspects of everyday living, namely our food. His second book Everything Gardens and Other Stories: Growing Transition Culture (University of Plymouth Press, 2015) explores the cultural politics of Transition Town initiatives. Read more