Sarah Wakefield

Sarah Wakefield

Sarah Wakefield is a Professor of Geography at the University of Toronto and the Director of the Health Studies Program at University College. She received her Ph.D. from McMaster University, 2002. Her current research projects include: Talking food security: producing and negotiating meaning in food policy assemblages in Canada and England – with Tim Brown (Queen Mary University of London); Responding to “Code Red” with “Neighbourhood Action”: Evaluating Hamilton’s Approach to Reducing Neighbourhood-level Health Inequalities – with Jim Dunn (McMaster University); Understanding Scale and Networks in Social Mobilization: A Case Study of the Community Food Security Movement in Canada – with Charles Levkoe (University of Toronto), Patty Williams (Mount S. Vincent University), Lauren Baker (Sustain Ontario), and Kreesta Doucette (Manitoba Food Security Network.
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