Critical Food Studies (CFS) Seminar 1: Hunger and University Students in South Africa 18 March 2020 11:00-1300 Venues: UWC: Dean’s Boardroom (Old Arts Faculty Building) UP: Dean’s Boardroom on level…Read More
In this article, Reflecting on socio-ecological transformation research: critical questions to consider, Donna Andrews argues that conceptions of earth democracy and earth justice need to be at the heart of such…Read More
Food in the Time of Race: Ruminations on Cultural Sustainability and Black Food Energy by Psyche Williams-Forson, Ph.D. Food is a problem. I am not talking here just about accessing…Read More
Balmoral Supermarket, Woodstock. Source: Google Maps Urban foodscapes in Woodstock, Cape Town and ‘Glocalised’ supermarkets Paper presented at “Making a Mess: Intersectionality and Food Studies” Conference, University of Minnesota. August…Read More
This workshop was hosted by the Critical Food Studies: Transdisciplinary Humanities Approaches Programme. It aimed at generating conversations, fostering transdisciplinarity, and encouraging relevant theorising and methodological work on food studies.…Read More
Food, pleasure and poison in Cape Town, a response to World Food Day.
If you were unable to join us on the 19th October 2019 at the Magnet Theatre in Cape Town, you can watch the panel discussion below. Panelists: Zayaan Khan, Ru Furusa, Haidee Swanby and Angelo Fick. Chaired by Desiree Lewis. Event poster here