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The availability of food is an especially significant issue in zones of conflict because conflictnearly always impinges on the production and the distribution of food, and causes increased competition for food, land and resources Controlling the production of and access to food can also be used as a weapon by protagonists in conflict.
Paul Collinson is a Research Associate and former part-time lecturer in the Dept of Anthropology at Oxford Brookes University. As well as the anthropology of food, his research interests include the anthropology of development and applied anthropology. His research is focused on the Republic of Ireland where he has been conducting anthropological fieldwork since the late 1990s. Helen Macbeth is President of the International Commission on the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition and is an Honorary Research Fellow in Anthropology, Oxford Brookes University. Her main academic interest is in fostering cooperation between biological and social scientists. She has previously edited or co-edited seven volumes, four of which are in this series.