The cultural representation and politics of food in the modern world

Tuesday 26 February 2013, 4.15PM to 6.00pm

 

The papers in this seminar showcase some of the exciting and novel work done on the politics and representation of food at the University of York.

  • James Symonds (Archaeology) Finding their Food: The Colorado Miners' Strike of 1914, and archaeology as political action
  • Lucy Potter (English), The Aesthetic Economy of Britain's Neoliberal Foodscape
  • Paul Chappell (Sociology), Eating across the life-course: tracking changing eating patterns over time using the British birth cohort study

More about the CModS research strand on the Cultural Representation and Politics of Food

Location: Seminar Room BS/008

Admission: All welcome