Professor, University of Saskatchewan
Jim Handy is a professor of history at the University of Saskatchewan. He has written extensively on Guatemalan history and more generally on peasant economies, agrarian reform and political economy. He has been president of the Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, which awarded him a Distinguished Fellow recognition in 2015, particularly for his contribution to graduate student training. He has received numerous teaching awards and the J.W. George Ivany Internationalization Award by the University of Saskatchewan.
A History of Peasant Productivity and Repression
By Jim Handy
Food production by small peasant farmers is both more productive and sustainable than food produced by corporate agriculture.