Post #812

What can food do?
How has food historically be a vehicle for trauma and control?
How does food reveal the limits of hierarchies and the possibilities of resilience and resourcefulness?
How can we hold both narratives as we confront urgent environmental and social problems?
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These are the questions we are asking in Food Studies at the University of Minnesota. Solving the problems raised by food insecurity will not be easy. It will take everyone's efforts, everyone's knowledge and wisdom, and collaborations so broad that they confound the very meaning of disciplines.