History graduate students fight for food justice

four History graduate students fight for food justice

This January, history graduate student Caitlin Rathe received funding to start a new organization, Students for Food Justice (SFFJ). Working with fellow history graduate student, Nicky Rehnberg, and partnering with the Blum Center for Sustainable Development and Global Poverty Alleviation, SFFJ aims to expand the conversation around student food insecurity by looking beyond meeting immediate needs. While a lot of attention on campus has […]

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Gender and Sexualities Research Cluster Brown Bag

cursive writing on old paper

The Gender and Sexuality Research Cluster will meet periodically throughout the year for brown bag lunches to read and workshop works-in-progress from members of the research cluster. On April 17, Elizabeth Schmidt will discuss, “Culinary Commonplacing: The Literary Value of Food Manuscripts in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Britain.” Draft papers will be distributed before the event, and all participants will […]

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