Michael Goodman

Dr. Michael K Goodman's Details

Affiliation

King's College London

Location

United Kingdom

Email

michael.k.goodman@kcl.ac.uk

Website

http://www.kcl.ac.uk/schools/sspp/geography/people/acad/goodman/

Publications:

Authors Year Title Journal or Book Other Language Type Link
Agatha Herman Michael Goodman 2015 Connections in Fair Trade Food Networks The Handbook of Research on Fair Trade pp. 139-156 English Book Chapter Link
Michael Goodman David Goodman 2001 Sustaining foods: organic consumption and the socio-ecological imaginary Exploring sustainable consumption: Environmental policy and the social sciences pp. 97-119

Oxford: Elsvier Science

English Academic Journal
Michael Goodman 2010 Ethical foodscapes?: premises, promises, and possibilities Environment and Planning A 42 (8) pp. 1782-1796 English Journal Link
Michael Goodman D. Goodman 2008 Alternative Food Networks International Encyclopedia of Human Geography English Academic Journal Link
Michael Goodman 2004 Consuming Narratives: the political ecology of alternative consumption Transactions of the IBG 29 pp. 344-366 English Journal Link
Michael Goodman 2004 Reading Fair Trade: Political Ecological Imaginary and the Moral Economy of Fair Trade Foods Political Geography 23 (7) English Journal Link
Michael Goodman 2010 The mirror of consumption: Celebritization, developmental consumption and the shifting cultural politics of fair trade Geoforum 41 (1) pp. 104-116 English Journal Link

Primary Expertise -

Research Interest

I've done work on the moral geographies of fair trade focusing specifically on the sorts of artefacts and discourses moblised in fair trade networks to make ethical connections between producers and consumers. More recent work has focused on the changing political economies of fair trade supply with the mainstreaming of fair trade foods in the UK and how this is altering the representations of fair trade and its political outcomes. Other work is looking at the role of celebrities in shifting the embodiments of fair trade networks from farmers to global mega-stars.