Institute of Health and Community/U3A Autumn Event - Food
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This research seminar focuses on our emotional relations with food.

Food as a lifestyle motivator (FLM) project - speaker: Dr Clare Pettinger

The project explores the role of food as a potential ‘lifestyle motivator’ to support wellbeing and life skills in marginalised individuals in a Plymouth based homeless centre.

Gender, class and food: accounting for taste and dis-taste in autobiographical food narratives - speaker: Dr Julie Parsons

Julie will discuss how issues of class and gender are interwoven and embedded in our everyday foodways by highlighting some of the key themes.


1.30pm: Lunch

2pm: Presentation by Dr Clare Pettinger

3pm: Presentation by Dr Julie Parsons

Aimed at the U3A and wider community, this event is free to attend but booking is required via the Eventbrite website.

Location: Devonport Lecture Theatre, Portland Square Building, Plymouth University.

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