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February 1, 2012
Time:6-7 p.m.
Food Studies Project presents Dr. Rachel Laudan
Guest speaker Dr. Rachel Laudan presents a talk titled "Pasties, Migrants, and Choosing Our Memories." Refreshments provided.

Is it time for a return to small farms, local food and home cooking? Are regional cuisines rooted in the soil? Can America, a land of immigrants, have a cuisine? Laudan draws on her own struggles to come to terms with her loss of culinary roots as she migrated from Britain to Mexico and the United States to suggest that migrants have been central to food history, not peripheral as the local food model suggests.
Location:Benedict Hall (BEN) 1.126
URL:More about this event...
Contact:Ronak B Patel
Sponsor:Food Studies Project
Categories:Colloquium, Everyone, Lecture/talk, Lifestyle & Community
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