World Food Day Report
The World Food Day Event hosted by Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS) (full name) in conjunction with the Centre of Excellence in Food Security (CoE-FS) both housed in the University of the Western Cape was a great success. The event focused of the theme / question; “Whose food system is it anyway” which saw both participants and speakers indulging into key issues and debates regarding food security and the food system as the presentations and discussions encouraged everyone to think about the food system in different ways.
Written by Thembi Bongwana, Rudo Chikara and Ayesha Ludick
2. Food Politics and Studies Colloquium Report
This project is concerned with the human dimensions of food in our current context. The emphasis is on how certain knowledge work to create understandings about food, society and culture; how we can explore complex social identities in relation to food items, food cultures and food preparation or consumption; and how social relationships and struggles are configured around food systems.
Prepared by Desiree Lewis, with Thembi Bongwana and Ayesha Ludick
3.Food Studies and the Humanities: Prospects for Different North-South Dialogues
Paper Presented at Symposium on Afro-European Food Studies Encounter University of Jyvaskyla, December 7-8, 2015.
Written by Desiree Lewis