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Gli apporti della geografia alla definizione operativa dell’eco-territorialismo. Tra storie disciplinari e geografie indisciplinate del cibo

  • Egidio Dansero
  • Giuseppe Dematteis

Partly due to its composite nature, geography has since long given important contributions to the multidisciplinarity of the territorialist approach. This chapter intends to continue and deepen such hybridisation of knowledge and reflection areas with reference to the evolutionary tendencies underway, both in geography and in territorialist theory and practice, in view of the transformations of the food system and the renewed public and scientific attention to food/territory relationship: a theme, intrinsically rebellious to disciplinary fences, which opens up the field of planning to a broad and multifaceted reading of the ecological relations structuring human settlements.

  • Keywords:
  • Geography,
  • hybrid knowledge,
  • food system,
  • food/territory relationship,
  • eco-territorialism.,
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Egidio Dansero

University of Turin, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-4160-6810

Giuseppe Dematteis

Politecnico di Torino, Italy

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Chapter Information

Chapter Title

Gli apporti della geografia alla definizione operativa dell’eco-territorialismo. Tra storie disciplinari e geografie indisciplinate del cibo

Authors

Egidio Dansero, Giuseppe Dematteis

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Italian

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10.36253/979-12-215-0116-2.08

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2023

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Book Title

Ecoterritorialismo

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Alberto Magnaghi, Ottavio Marzocca

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242

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2023

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Firenze University Press

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