Dr. Sarah Martin
Memorial UniversityDepartment of Political Science
Sarah Martin specializes in the global political economy of agrifood and finance, and her research explores questions about the governance of food and agriculture at the local and global scale. She explores how food politics is practiced in the everyday, and the tensions found within the global political economy. Past research has explored food sovereignty movements, the political economy of food service corporations, and the interaction between finance and agriculture. She is currently researching the politics of the bioeconomy in the context global agrifood politics, and the dynamics of food, feed and fuel in relation to global environmental politics. In addition, she is co-editing a book on sustainable meat consumption with Dr. Ryan Katz-Rosene.
Bio-economies of aquaculture feed