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Are You What You Eat?

How What You Eat Affects You and the WorldA Preview of the Spring 2002 Faculty Colloquium on Food and Culture

Wed., Oct. 31, 2001, 3:45pm
Location: Malott Room, Kansas Union
All are welcome to a discussion that will include perspectives from local farmers and faculty. Local farmers Natalya Lowther, owner of Pinwheel Farms, and Bruce Reid, owner of Red Feather Farms, will give their perspectives on organic farming and sustainable agriculture. Don Stull, professor of anthropology, will discuss his recent work on the meat-packing industry.
Eric Rath, assistant professor of history, and Barbara Shortridge, assistant professor of geography will lead the discussion. They are co-directors of the Spring 2002 Food and Culture Faculty Colloquium.

For more information regarding the Food and Culture Colloquium go to Participants for Spring 2002 Faculty Colloquium

For further information contact the Hall Center (864-4798) or either of the co-directors of the colloquium: Eric Rath, History, (864-9470) or Barbara G. Shortridge, Geography, (864-5147).
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