Ashanté Reese’s work as an interdisciplinary professor in anthropology and food studies is part of a long legacy.
An interdisciplinary approach allows prospective students to explore many different lenses then hone in on their particular interests.
Learning about food systems and how they relate to the natural world is an increasingly necessary task.
If you want to learn about food systems with a focus on policy and advocacy, these programs are for you.
Meet the presenters for the final panel of our 2016 Graduate Student Conference: “(In)Justice.”
Dr. Passidomo’s course, The South in Food, models how educators may use SFA content as a teaching tool in the classroom.
As thinking about food has expanded into issues of labor, globalization and localism, environment and sustainability, health, race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, and the construction and manipulation of images, listening to all political perspectives can be difficult. It is a both a goal and a practice that takes work.
Barry Estabrook, who will speak at the University of Mississippi on February 23, finds evidence of “modern-day slavery” in Florida’s fields.
The fifth International Conference on Food Studies will be in Blacksburg, Virginia, September 18–19, 2015. Proposals for presentations are due by Jan. 6, 2015.