About This Event
This all-day event will focus on the central role of food justice in providing equitable access to health. The morning session will feature a keynote by Hanna Garth (Princeton University) titled "Serving the Other: 'Healthy Food' as a Racial Project."
Following a lunch for all participants, two panels featuring scholars from area institutions will continue the conversation about how attention to food can support a just and healthy community.
- Hanna Garth, Princeton University
- Anna Zoodsma (RISE)
- Mariaelena Huambachano (Syracuse University)
- Yamuna Sangarasivam (Nazareth University)
- Blaise Gervais (Hobart and William Smith Colleges)
- Hannah Ali (Cornell University)
- Conerly Casey (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Hanna Garth, Princeton University (keynote)
Panelists: Anna Zoodsma (RISE) Mariaelena Huambachano (Syracuse University) Yamuna Sangarasivam (Nazareth University) Blaise Gervais (Hobart and William Smith Colleges) Hannah Ali (Cornell University) Conerly Casey (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Co-sponsored at Cornell University by the Africana Studies and Research Center, American Studies Program, Department of Anthropology, Department of Global Development, Public Health Program and Department of Public and Ecosystem Health, and Society for the Humanities and by the Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences.
Africana Studies and Research Center, Cornell University
Category: Lecture Conference
Audience: Open to the Public
Host: Cornell University
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