Scott Alves Barton is a cultural anthropologist of African diasporic food ways. His goal is to provide tools for engagement to allow people to have agency in knowledge acquisition, decision-making and autonomy about their food.
Johanna Mendelson Forman, an expert on international post-conflict transition issues, explains her educational hub Conflict Cuisine and the role of gastrodiplomacy as a tool for peace.
"When we eat certain foods, understand where they come from and all the nuances that make them what they are, we become active participants in their survival." An essay by food writer Nicholas Gill.
Chef turned food researcher Elizabeth Yorke talks about fostering thought, conversation and learning about the Indian food system through the kitchen.
Devin O’Sullivan, food provocateur & founder of the social enterprise FEAST, is working to improve food education right across Ireland, one classroom at a time.
Five questions on food and education for food geographer, food security expert and government advisor Lenore Newman.
An urban-rural conversation about growing and preserving, heritage pink tomatoes, food festivals, UNESCO and good neighbourliness in Bulgaria.
Food connects through time, cultures, community and adversity. A conversation with cookery writer and scholar Claudia Roden about discovering identity and collective belonging through food.
Caitríona Nic Philibín is helping to correct the gastro-critical record with her research on food customs in the Irish folkloric tradition. David Mellerick Lynch investigates.