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Coffee Trade & Abuse


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Basics

On the Web: Articles

Spare a Cup. Megan Rowlings, In These Times (12/6/02).

On the Web: Specialized Sites

Berkeley Responsible Coffee Initiative.

Global Exchange.

International Coffee Organization.

Just Coffee.

US Labor Education in the Americas (US/LEAP).

In the Library: Articles

Kurlantzick, Joshua. "Coffee snobs unite! How American's bad taste in coffee is putting Juan Valdez out of business," Washington Monthly (7-8/03):21-25.

Fraser, Laura. “Brewing change,” Mother Jones (7/03):26.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Acheson-Brown, Daniel G. Coffee Oversupply & the Need for Managed Trade Regimes (Lewiston NY: Edwin Mellen, 2003).

Bowen, Jim. More than a Coffee Company: The Story of CFS Continental (Chicago: Chicago Review, 1986).

Bunker, Stephen. Peasants Against the State: The Politics of Market Control in Bugisu, Uganda, 1900-1983 (Chicago: U. of Chicago, 1991).

Dicum, Gregory & Nina Luttinger. The Coffee Book: Anatomy of an Industry from Crop to the Last Drop (NY: New Press, 1999).

Font, Mauricio. Coffee, Contention & Change (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1990).

Gariazzo, Alicia. El café en Nicaragua: los pequeños productores de Matagalpa y Carazo (Managua: INIES-CRIES, 1984).

Holloway, Thomas H. The Brazilian Coffee Valorization of 1906: Regional Politics & Economic Dependence (Madison: Wisconsin State Historical Society, 1985).

Levy, Herbert Victor. O libro negro do café (São Paulo, 1964).

Montenegro, Armando. Café, dinero y macroeconomía en Colombia: ensayos (BogotáL FESCOL, 1993).

Montenegro, Santiago & María Alejandra Vélez. The International Politics of Coffee & Oil in Colombia (Bogotá: U. de los Andes, 1998).

Paige, Jeffrey M. Coffee & Power: Revolution & the Rise of Democracy in Central America (Cambridge MA: Harvard, 1997).

Robleto Lang, David. El café en Nicaragua: un desafío para el futuro (Managua: Nicaragua Fácil, 2000).

Sakamoto, Edward. Hawai'i no ka oi: The Kamiya Family Trilogy (Honolulu: U. of Hawai'i, 1995).

Schapira, Joel; David Schapira & Karl Schapira. The Book of Coffee & Tea (NY: St. Martin's, 1982).

Stein, Stanley. Vassouras: A Brazilian Coffee County, 1850-1900 (Cambridge MA: Harvard, 1970).

Stella, Alain. The Little Book of Coffee (London: Thames & Hudson, 2001).

Topik, Steven C. & Allen Wells (eds.) The Second Conquest of Latin America: Coffee, Henequen & Oil during the Export Boom, 1850-1930 (Austin: U. of Texas, 1998).

In the Library: Fiction

Sakamoto, Edward. Hawai'i no ka oi: The Kamiya Family Trilogy (Honolulu: U. of Hawai'i, 1995).

In the Library: For Young Readers

In the Library: Poetry

In the Library: Drama

In the Library: Photography

CD & Audio

Film & Video

"Black Gold" [2006], dir. Marc Francis & Nick Francis, ?m. Ethiopian farmer struggles to obtain a fair price for his coffee.

"Coffee Break!" [200?], dir. Jergen Laurvig & Bent Erik Kroyer, 27m. From Filmakers' Library. Labor routine of coffee harvest on farm near Nicaraguan-Honduran border.



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