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Links 1 through 10 of 13 by Macalester College tagged famine+macfaculty

The West African food crisis of 2008 had various causes: rising energy costs, increasing use of grain for ethanol production, shifting diets linked to rapid urbanization, export bans, and globalization and economic dependence on western countries. It's that last pressure on which this year's Ridgley Geography lecturer at Illinois State University, Macalester Geography professor William Moseley, focused.

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A Washington Post article written by Geography Prof. William Moseley is referenced.

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Geography professor William Moseley has conducted research into food insecurity and violence in the famine-stricken Horn of Africa, and he spoke about his work to the Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum at the United Nations on Monday. MPR interviewed him ahead his appearance. Listen to the interview.

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Geography Prof. William Moseley appeared on Al Jazeera English to discuss the famine in East Africa.  He comes in at 5:41.

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