Nourishing futures: Food, health, and diet in times of crisis – School of Social and Political Sciences Nourishing futures: Food, health, and diet in times of crisis – School of Social and Political Sciences

Nourishing futures: Food, health, and diet in times of crisis

Nourishing futures
Food, health, and diet in times of crisis

Seventh Annual Symposium

Australian Food, Society, and Culture Network (AFSCN)

We live in an era of multiple, overlapping crises. Environmental degradation and climate change, compounded with social inequities amplified within the Covidscape, demand new ways of thinking about the relationship between ecology, food, culture, health, and crisis in an age of self-devouring growth. We invite papers that explore these intersections, including through the lens of:

  • Climate change and food systems
  • Decolonial food research methodologies
  • Food and its relationship to the senses and affect
  • Structural violence and social inequities
  • Food, ethics, and morality
  • Food sovereignty, security, and justice in the Anthropocene
  • More-than-human or multispecies approaches to food and diet

 

Call for papers

Abstract deadline: 28 February 2022

Click here to submit your abstract (max 250 words).

 

This is a hybrid workshop, taking place in-person and online.

Where: The University of Sydney Business School, Darlington NSW 2006 OR zoom

To find out more about the AFSCN, click here.

For more information: contact Sophie Chao or Teresa Davis

Date

Jul 01 2022

Time

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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