Food Studies @Carleton

A collective of Carleton-affiliated scholars who consider food in their research and teaching. We are dedicated to interdisciplinary scholarship and public engagement related to food cultures and food systems.

Our work considers a range of issues that include, but are not limited to:

  • Everyday food practices
  • Gastronomy and culinary arts
  • Food and place
  • Marginalization and identity
  • Production, harvesting, processing, distribution, procurement, consumption, disposal and waste
  • Health and nutrition
  • Food and the environment
  • Policy, politics, and political economy of food
  • Food and media
  • Food security and social justice
  • Social movements