By Ty Robinson Last week, the Gastronomy Department hosted its first guest lecture of the season. Laura Barraclough presented a talk entitled “Cultivating Whiteness: Gentleman Farming as Settler Colonialism in Los Angeles.” Barraclough is an Assistant Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity, Race and Migration at Yale University. Her engaging lecture started with a brief […]
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Spring Lecture Series: Cultivating Whiteness: Gentleman Farming as Settler Colonialism in Los Angeles
The first lecture of the Gastronomy@BU Spring 2014 Lecture Series is this Thursday. Don’t miss out on an amazing presentation by Laura Barraclough!
Fall Lecture Series Recap: What’s Not to Like About Modern Processed Food? – A Historical Perspective
Throughout the year, the BU Gastronomy blog will feature occasional posts from special guest writers including current students, recent alumni, professors, and more. The following Guest Post is brought to you by Gastronomy student Nate Orsi. Close your eyes…after you read the next sentence. Visualize the history and prehistory of processed food. Now, open them…What?! […]
This is the final installment of the Fall 2013 Lecture Series design by KC Hysmith