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Panel: Food, Hunger and Charity
Day 1, Morning Session I, 8:30 am - 10:10 am, BMH 119
(Theme: The Food System: Access, Availability, and Utilization)
- “Bending Toward Justice? Charitable Food Provision in the U.S.,” Janet Poppendieck, CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute - Remote presentation
- “Who is Deserving? Subject-Formation in Istanbul's Food Banks,” Candan Turkkan, Ozyegin University - Remote presentation
- “Food Purchasing Behaviour and Food Security Status of Agricultural Students. What are the Implications for the Food Policy in Selected Tertiary Institutions in Enugu State, Nigeria?” Ifeoma Anugwa & Elizabeth Onwubuya, University of Nigeria Nsukka.
- “Proxy: When Fetal Development is Global Development -- and When It is Not,” Emily Yates-Doerr, Oregon State University/UvA