Sustainability Perspectives: Sustenance and Sustainability: a personal reflection on food, wellness, and sustainability

Monday, October 17 12:20pm - 1:20pm

Laticia McNaughton, graduate student in the American Studies department at SUNY Buffalo, draws her academic work from native studies, food studies, and gender studies to discuss issues of sovereignty, revitalization of culture, traditional diet and language, and women’s roles in influencing peace and war through preparing and serving food. Laticia invites us to stop for a moment and think about the importance of food in keeping ourselves and our planet healthy. This is an informal participatory session. Lunch is provided. This talk is held in conjunction with the Wells In-Residence Program.

Location: Zabriskie 106

Sponsoring Organization: Center for Sustainability and the Environment

Categories: Sustainability

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