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You are how you eat: Food, culture, and social inequality
Join Community Food Centres Canada for a conversation with sociologist Dr. Alice Julier about food and inequality in our daily lives, from the grocery store to shared meals with friends.
Though the need to eat is certainly a constant, ideas about food and how we cook, eat, and share it are constantly shifting. The culture of food both reflects and helps shape our society. Yet with burgeoning public interest in food, questions about how race, gender, and socio-economic experience reveal themselves in food (and foodie) culture are squarely on the table. From the dinner party to the farmers' market, join us in a discussion with sociologist Alice Julier on how inequality plays out in food culture.
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Whet your appetite for this webinar by reading four questions with Dr. Alice Julier here.
Featured image courtesy of Shelburne Orchards.