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Male Farmer Distress and Suicides: The subject enmeshed in political and moral economies, ordinary ethics and more-than-human encounters | Dr Lia Bryant

**Please see updates posts: Due to concerns around COVID-19 this seminar has regrettably been cancelled** For the Food Values Research Group’s March 2020 seminar, we are pleased to welcome Professor Lia Bryant: Male Farmer Distress and Suicides: The subject enmeshed in political and moral economies, ordinary ethics and more-than-human encounters Professor Lia Bryant, University of […]

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Healthy in Body and Soul: Nineteenth-Century Medicine and Theology | Dr Lesa Scholl

To kick off the year for the Food Values Research Group seminar series in 2020, we are pleased to welcome Dr Lesa Scholl: Healthy in Body and Soul: Nineteenth-Century Medicine and Theology Dr Lesa Scholl This paper will engage with the writings of key medical and theological figures of nineteenth-century Britain to examine the ways […]

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A ‘Labour of Love’: The politics and pleasures of niche food production, A seminar with Dr Michelle Phillipov

For the Food Values Research Group’s April seminar, we are pleased to welcome Dr Michelle Phillipov. A ‘Labour of Love’: The politics and pleasures of niche food production Dr Michelle Phillipov, School of Humanities, University of Adelaide Popular food media encourages us to “connect” with the sources—and producers—of our food in order to resist the alienation and […]

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Foodies and ethics – Prof Rachel Ankeny featured on “The Philosopher’s Zone”

Prof Rachel Ankeny from the Food Values Research Group and Department of History at the University of Adelaide recently appeared on Radio National’s “The Philosopher’s Zone” discussing food ethics. The program begins with an interview with philospher Susan Wolf and her defence of ‘foodies’. She argues that an interest in food, and an enjoyment of food […]

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