Sept. 13, 2015
Stone Center, Hitchcock Room
The American South is often celebrated for its rich food heritage and its powerful influence on American cuisine, but the region’s culture and politics are also linked to the darker side of food. In this lecture, will discuss how modern American food issues like hunger, wages, and labor are deeply tied to the history of the South.
Sponsors: Center for the Study of the American South Hutchins Lecture Series and Food For All, UNC Chapel Hill