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Feeding the World Series: Abudance/Scarcity (Pilcher Trailer)
12019-08-25T20:45:52-07:00Food and Society Workshop0826c60623ca5f5c8c1eb72fc2e97084d0c44cf861301March 5, 2011 This trailer represents speaker Jeffery Pilcher in a panel: Feeding the World Series: How We Might Talk with Each Other about Food Abundance nd Scarcity in New and Powerful Ways.
Synopsis: What are productive ways to understand disciplinary and political differences in how we talk about, and do research on, food? How can the necessity of disciplinary protocols be balanced with a desire to disrupt those prescriptions by bringing in work from other disciplines? And how might this understanding enable us to better evaluate food provisioning, governance, activism, and the future of food studies across different paradigms? We explore how to create and institutionalize meaningful connections that will continue beyond the symposium and the life of the project.
Facilitator: Jay Bell (Associate dean of academic programs and faculty affairs, CFANS, U of M)
Panelists: Jeffrey Pilcher (History, U of M) and Daniel Block (Geography, Chicago State University)
Listeners: Rachel Schurman (Sociology, U of M), Elton Mykerezi (Applied Economics, U of M), and Randel Hanson (Geography, U of M-Duluth)plain2019-08-25T20:45:52-07:00YouTube2015-08-05T15:12:30.000ZzcxtUELYhtEFood and Society Video ProjectFood and Society Workshop0826c60623ca5f5c8c1eb72fc2e97084d0c44cf8
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