Rachel Bezner Kerr
Rachel Bezner Kerr
Professor, Department of Global Development, Cornell University
Verified email at cornell.edu
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Farm production diversity is associated with greater household dietary diversity in Malawi: Findings from nationally representative data
AD Jones, A Shrinivas, R Bezner Kerr
Food Policy 46, 1-12, 2014
4712014
The State of Family Farms in the World
MJ CHAPPELL, H WITTMAN, S LEDERMANN, R BEZNER KERR
426*2015
The State of Family Farms in the World
MJ Chappell, H Wittman, S Ledermann, R Bezner Kerr
World Development, 2015
426*2015
Biodiversity can support a greener revolution in Africa
SS Snapp, MJ Blackie, RA Gilbert, R Bezner Kerr, GY Kanyama-Phiri
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (48), 20840-20845, 2010
3512010
“We grandmothers know plenty”: breastfeeding, complementary feeding and the multifaceted role of grandmothers in Malawi
R Bezner Kerr, L Dakishoni, L Shumba, R Msachi, M Chirwa
Social Science & Medicine 66 (5), 1095-1105, 2008
2662008
Participatory research on legume diversification with Malawian smallholder farmers for improved human nutrition and soil fertility
R Bezner Kerr, S Snapp, L SHUMBA, R MSACHI
Experimental agriculture 43 (04), 437-453, 2007
2412007
Urban flooding in Lagos, Nigeria: Patterns of vulnerability and resilience among women
I Ajibade, G McBean, R Bezner Kerr
Global Environmental Change 23 (6), 1714-1725, 2013
1832013
Realizing resilient food systems
ME Schipanski, GK MacDonald, S Rosenzweig, MJ Chappell, EM Bennett, ...
BioScience 66 (7), 600-610, 2016
1392016
The relative importance of climate change in the context of multiple stressors in semi-arid Ghana
H Nyantakyi-Frimpong, R Bezner Kerr
Global Environmental Change 32, 40-56, 2015
1342015
Food security in northern Malawi: gender, kinship relations and entitlements in historical context
R Bezner Kerr
Journal of Southern African Studies 31 (1), 53-74, 2005
131*2005
Effects of a participatory agriculture and nutrition education project on child growth in northern Malawi
RB Kerr, PR Berti, L Shumba
Public health nutrition 14 (8), 1466-1472, 2011
1302011
Breastfeeding and mixed feeding practices in Malawi: timing, reasons, decision makers, and child health consequences
R Bezner Kerr, PR Berti, M Chirwa
Food & Nutrition Bulletin 28 (1), 90-99, 2007
1052007
Beyond Technical Fixes: climate solutions and the great derangement
AJ Nightingale, S Eriksen, M Taylor, T Forsyth, M Pelling, A Newsham, ...
Climate and Development 12 (4), 343-352, 2020
1042020
Informal labor and social relations in Northern Malawi: The theoretical challenges and implications of ganyu labor for food security*
R Bezner Kerr
Rural sociology 70 (2), 167-187, 2005
1042005
Lessons from the old Green Revolution for the new: Social, environmental and nutritional issues for agricultural change in Africa
R Bezner Kerr
Progress in Development Studies 12 (2-3), 213-229, 2012
882012
Effects of industrial agriculture on climate change and the mitigation potential of small-scale agro-ecological farms
R Bezner Kerr, KL McGuire, R Nigh, D Rocheleau, J Soluri, I Perfecto
Animal Science Reviews 2011, 69, 2012
842012
Lost and found crops: agrobiodiversity, indigenous knowledge, and a feminist political ecology of sorghum and finger millet in Northern Malawi
R Bezner Kerr
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (3), 577-593, 2014
802014
A social–ecological perspective on harmonizing food security and biodiversity conservation
H Wittman, MJ Chappell, DJ Abson, RB Kerr, J Blesh, J Hanspach, ...
Regional Environmental Change 17 (5), 1291-1301, 2017
792017
Land grabbing, social differentiation, intensified migration and food security in northern Ghana
H Nyantakyi-Frimpong, R Bezner Kerr
The Journal of Peasant Studies 44 (2), 421-444, 2017
792017
Cook, eat, man, woman: understanding the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition, nutritionism and its alternatives from Malawi
R Patel, R Bezner Kerr, L Shumba, L Dakishoni
Journal of Peasant Studies 42 (1), 21-44, 2015
772015
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