Food, Health and Wellbeing
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This four hour Zoom British Sociological Association event takes a paper/discussion format and will include research data, auto/biographical stories, music, poetry and more.


SPEAKERS


PROGRAMME SUMMARY

12:00 - 12:05 | Welcome (Dr Tracey Collett and Professor Gayle Letherby)

12:05 - 12:55 | "Even a dog wouldn’t eat it", should we give 'good' food to 'bad' people and what can institutionalised food practices in prison teach us about wider everyday foodways? (Dr Julie Parsons)  

13:00 - 13:50 | "Undoing white supremacy in and through food and wellbeing discourse and practice" (Lucy Aphramor)

13:50 - 14:05 | Break

14:05 - 14:55 | Using song writing to responding to food issues during the COVID19 lockdown (Dr Clare Pettinger)

15:00 - 15:50 | Food shortage and food sharing: auto/biographical reflections on lockdown (and before and beyond) issues and experiences (Gayle Letherby)

15:50 - 16:00 | Closing remarks (Dr Tracey Collett and Professor Gayle Letherby)

View the full programme via the above link.

REGISTRATION

Everyone is welcome to attend and registration is now open. Please register via the above link.

  • BSA members: £10
  • Non-BSA members: £15


CONTACT

Email events@britsoc.org.uk for any queries with the subject heading 'BSA South West MedSoc Event'.

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