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Pope Francis' Initiatives: Effective Action on Environment, Hunger and Human Rights

Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life

FURTHER READING

ARTICLES

Barret P. Brenton and Ellen Messer's Policy Report for the Holy See Mission at the United Nations, "Talking Points on Securing the Human Right to Food Within And Across Borders."

Ansuya Harjani's article in CNBC, "Caribbean, Chad and Zambia top Global Hunger Index."

Ellen Messer's articles in Annual Review of Anthropology, 1983, "Anthropology and Human Rights." 

Ellen Messer's article in Annual Review of Anthropology, 1984, "Anthropological Perspectives on Diet."

Ellen Messer's article in Human Ecology, "The 'Small But Healthy' Hypothesis: Historical, Political, and Ecological Influences on Nutritional Standards."

Pope Francis's "Address to Joint Meeting of Congress," (Washington D.C., September 2015).

University of Alabama Department of Anthropology, "Anthropological Theories: A Guide Prepared By Students For Students."

 

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