food movement

What did your great-grandmother eat?

"Feminist social scientists use the term positionality to refer to the understanding that our lived experiences, particularly those of race, class, and gender, shape our worldviews. The food movement narrative is largely created by, and resonates most deeply, with white and middle class individuals. For example, Michael Pollan’s recently offered list of food rules (2007) is intended to guide consumers toward eating practices aligned with the food movement. However, when Pollan begins his first rule by telling us not to “eat anything [...]

By | 2011-09-27T18:09:24+00:00 September 27th, 2011|Just Sustainabilities|0 Comments