Food Literacy for All:“Beginning Farmers, Environment, and Feeding Community”

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Launched in 2017, Food Literacy for All is a community-academic partnership course based at the University of Michigan. Structured as an evening lecture series, Food Literacy for All features different guest speakers each week to address challenges and opportunities of diverse food systems. The course is free and open to the public. The 2022 course

Food Literacy for All: “Cultivating a Food System Grounded in Equity: The Role of Healthcare and Healthcare Providers”

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Food Literacy for All History: Launched in 2017, Food Literacy for All is a community-academic partnership course based at the University of Michigan. Structured as an evening lecture series, Food Literacy for All features different guest speakers each week to address challenges and opportunities of diverse food systems. The course is free and open to

Food Literacy for All:“How the Other Half Eats: the Untold Story of Food and Inequality in America”

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Talk Description: Inequality in America manifests in many ways, but perhaps nowhere more than in how we eat. In this virtual presentation, sociologist and ethnographer Priya Fielding-Singh draws on her years of field research to bring us into the kitchens of dozens of families to explore how—and why—we eat the way we do. At the

Environmental Career Chat with with Yoav Jacob (Sustainable Food & Public Health)

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Environmental Career Chats are informal networking opportunities for U-M students to connect with environmental professionals about their career journeys. During these hour-long sessions, PitE alumni share about their experiences working in various environmental fields and answer questions submitted by students. February’s virtual Environmental Career Chat is focused on Sustainable Food and Public Health with Yoav

Food Literacy for All Session – What Shave Ice Teaches us About Refreshment, Race, Colonialism, and Body Politics”

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Food Literacy for All is a community-academic partnership course based at the University of Michigan. Structured as an evening lecture series, Food Literacy for All features different guest speakers each week to address challenges and opportunities of diverse food systems. Food Literacy for All is free and open to the public. The winter 2022 course

Food Literacy for All:“Where Food Justice Theory Meets Practice: Challenges and Opportunities for the Future of Food”

Online Ann Arbor, MI

  Food Literacy for All History: Launched in 2017, Food Literacy for All is a community-academic partnership course based at the University of Michigan. Structured as an evening lecture series, Food Literacy for All features different guest speakers each week to address challenges and opportunities of diverse food systems. The course is free and open

Food Literacy for All: “Why Fatphobia? Understanding the Roots and Uses of Anti-fat Bias”

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Talk Description: Fatphobia (or anti-fat bias) is widespread and has deep roots in the United States--but it isn't inevitable or innate. It is learned, and it is particular to specific times, places, and cultures. Why do some cultures regard fat bodies as positive or neutral while others regard fat bodies as problems to be avoided

Food Literacy for All: Small Grocer Panel: Supplying Kimchi and Collards during a Global Pandemic

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Food Literacy for All History: Launched in 2017, Food Literacy for All is a community-academic partnership course based at the University of Michigan. Structured as an evening lecture series, Food Literacy for All features different guest speakers each week to address challenges and opportunities of diverse food systems. The course is free and open to

Food Literacy for All

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Talk Description: In the early to mid-20th century, metabolism cages emerged as key experimental infrastructures in animal studies used to capture, control, and isolate the metabolic processes unfolding within a subject’s body. By placing new world animals (rodents, primates, humans) in the cage, precisely controlling their food and water intake, and monitoring and analyzing their

Fast Food for Thought

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Launched in 2017, Food Literacy for All is a community-academic partnership course based at the University of Michigan. Structured as an evening lecture series, Food Literacy for All features different guest speakers each week to address challenges and opportunities of diverse food systems. The course is free and open to the public. The 2022 course