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In October 2018, H-Nutrition launched a mini-series titled What Should I Eat? Why?. You can find all the posts in the series here!
Dear H-Nutrition Members,
Please see the letter below for information on the 2019 Jonathan Safran Foer Virtual Classroom Visit, a webinar event where Foer discusses issues in environmental, animal, and nutrition-related ethics. Many members of this list have taken part with their students or organizations in the past, and it would be great to have even more participation in 2019. Please get in touch with any questions, and thank you for your consideration.
Call for papers Rural History 2019 - Grading and the food grain chain : Assessing the end-use qualities of wheat and other cereals
Call for Papers for the Fourth biennial conference of the European Rural History Organisation (EURHO)
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Dayna Evans' thoughtful analysis of the gendered sourdough revolution--from the male authors of best-selling cookbooks to the tech bros' and their gadgets to the female bakers who use each others' names on Instagram--may interest you. Her essay is titled "Do You Even Bake, Bro?" and was published in Eater on Nov. 19, 2018.
In the dissonant hum of competing food advice that I am definitely avoiding, cleansing (or detoxing) is probably at the top of my “don’t” list.