Jonathan Harwood is a historian of science and technology with a particular interest in agriculture. Following a PhD in molecular biology at Harvard (1970), he studied sociology at Bristol (UK) and spent most of his career at the University of Manchester with sabbaticals in Berlin and Cambridge, Massachusetts. After publishing extensively on the history of genetics and plant breeding in Germany, he began about fifteen years ago to work on the Green Revolution in the global South with a particular focus upon the role of experts in that process.
Harwood, J. (2018). Green Revolution. In H. Callan (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology (pp. 2786-2794). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9781118924396.wbiea1599.Read More
Harwood, J. (2020). Whatever Happened to the Mexican Green Revolution? Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems, 45. doi:10.1080/21683565.2020.1752350.Read More
Harwood, J. (2019). Was the Green Revolution Intended to Maximise Food Production? International Journal for Agricultural Sustainability, 17(4), 312-325. doi:10.1080/14735903.2019.1637236.Read More
Harwood, J. (2018). The Green Revolution as a Process of Global Circulation: Plants, People and Practices. Historia Agraria, 75, 7-31. doi:10.26882/histagrar.075e01h.Read More