This Research Cluster aims to open space for thinking about and discussing food from a variety of perspectives. These may include approaches focusing on food systems, resilience, health, sustainability, the ethics of eating, the production and reproduction of food, local-global relations, food imperialism, reclamation of foodways, state regulation of food, food in history, food in literature, and more. The Research Cluster hopefully will incubate collaborative research projects and grant proposals.
- Jen Johnson, Assistant Professor and Chair of Women’s Studies (Thornloe University), firstname.lastname@example.org, 705-673-1730 ext. 39
- Ernst Gerhardt, Associate Professor of English, email@example.com, 705-675-1151 ext. 3220
We hope to establish and develop connections between university-based researchers and community activists and interested groups aiming at useful and socially-relevant partnerships and dialogue.