Adele Hite presented at the Fifth International Conference on Food Studies

On September 18, CRDM student Adele Hite attended the Fifth International Conference on Food Studies at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia.  She gave a paper entitled, "Beyond 'Good Nutrition': The Ethical Implications of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans," at the panel, Practice and Policies that Challenge Food and Nutrition. The conference  theme …

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Larissa Carneiro’s Presentation at Conference in Material Religion at Duke University

This past weekend, Larissa Carneiro presented part of her dissertation at the Conference in Material Religion at Duke University. Her paper investigates how Creationism mobilizes natural objects as agents in order to  turn the Book of Genesis into an account of scientific truth. She shows how this is done by comparing two different networks in …

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