Please look for my article in the forthcoming issue of the new art and applied sociology journal, LIMN, out of UCLA. Issue No. 4 analyzes food infrastructures and addresses scale in food production, provision and consumption.
I take readers on a fantastical journey beginning in West Africa’s palm plantations and ending in Liverpool’s tin can factories. Condensed milk lovers and refried bean enthusiasts are especially welcome.
Makalé Faber-Cullen ends our issue with a beautiful reflection on what connects the oil palm tree, the tin can, and colonialism.