The Founding Father of Foodie

Wendell Berry and Green Pastoralism

Beer, J. 2007. “Wendell Berry and the Traditionalist Critique of Meriticracy.” In Wendell Berry: Life and Work, edited by Jason Peters, 212–229. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

Berry, Wendell. 1982a. “An Agricultural Journey in Peru.” In The Gift of Good Land: Further Essays, Cultural and Agricultural, 3–46. New York: North Point Press.

———. 1982b. “The Gift of Good Land.” In The Gift of Good Land: Further Essays, Cultural and Agricultural. New York: North Point Press.

———. 1989. The Hidden Wound New York: North Point Press.

———. 1993. “The Problem of Tobacco.” In Sex, Economy, Freedom, and Community: Eight Essays. New York: Pantheon Books.

———. 2001. Life is a Miracle: An Essay Against Modern Superstition. Washington, DC: Counterpoint Press.

———. 2002a. “The Body and the Earth.” In The Art of the Commonplace: Agrarian Essays of Wendell Berry, edited by Norman Wirzba, 93–134. Washington, DC: Counterpoint.

———. 2002b. “Sex, Economy, Freedom, and Community.” In The Art of the Commonplace: Agrarian Essays of Wendell Berry, edited by Norman Wirzba, 159–181. Washington, DC: Counterpoint.

———. 2002c. “Men and Women in Search of Common Ground.” In The Art of the Commonplace: Agrarian Essays of Wendell Berry, edited by Norman Wirzba, 135–143. Washington, DC: Counterpoint.

———. 2004a. “Pray Without Ceasing.” In That Distant Land: The Collected Stories, 38–76. Washington, DC: Shoemaker and Hoard.

———. 2004b. “The Wild Birds.” in That Distant Land: The Collected Stories, 337–364. Washington, DC: Shoemaker and Hoard.

Getz, C., S. Brown, and A. Shreck. 2008. “Class Politics and Agricultural Exceptionalism in California’s Organic Agriculture Movement.” Politics and Society 36 (4): 478–507.

Holley, D. 2000. The Second Great Emancipation: The Mechanical Cotton Picker, Black Migration, and How They Shaped the Modern South. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press.

Peters, J. 2007a. “Education, Heresy, and the ‘Deadly Disease of the World.’” In Wendell Berry: Life and Work, edited by J. Peters, 256–281. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.