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Douglas H. Constance Sam Houston State University, USA

Douglas H. Constance is Professor of Sociology at Sam Houston State University in
Huntsville, Texas, USA. His degrees are in Forest Management (BS), Community
Development (MS) and Rural Sociology (PhD), all from the University of Missouri -
Columbia. His recent co-edited books are Alternative Agrifood Movements: Patterns of
Convergence and Divergence (2014) by Emerald Press and Contested Sustainability
Discourses in the Agrifood System (2018) by Earthscan Press. He is past president
of the Southern Rural Sociological Association (2003) and the Agriculture, Food,
and Human Values Society (2008), and past Editor-in-Chief of the Journal
of Rural Social Sciences. He is also past Chair of the Administrative Council
of the United States Department of Agriculture Southern Sustainable
Agriculture Research Education Program (USDA/SARE), where he served as the Quality of
Life Representative.