The Future of Food: Transatlantic Perspectives

International peace advocate Satish Kumar gives the opening keynote address in a two-day conference [...]on the growing global food crisis and the transformation of the food system over the past thirty years. Kumar argues that the problems with the current system, from factory farming to famine, arise when we lose our cultural and spiritual connections to our land and food.

Hosted by The Institute for Human Sciences, BU Food and Wine Programs, MET Department of Gastronomy, and the Center for International Relations on May 9, 2009.

Tags: food, Institute Human Sciences, Food and Wine Programs, Gastronomy, International Relations, satish kumar

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