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Quinoa: a 5,000-year History of a Superfood (and why you should eat it)
Maria C. Bruno
Food & Power: How Corporations Shape What We Eat and Drink
Why Does Food Need Philosophy?
The Immigrant Restaurateur and Hierarchy of Taste: Cuisine, Culture, and Power
Dietary Restrictions: What Does This Mean?
Food and the Senses: Sensory Science and the Evaluation of Food
The Clue of the Five-Course Meal: Class, Consumption, and Epicurean Culture in Nancy Drew
Michael G. Cornelius
Irrigation Water and Food Safety: A Glimpse into How Research is Approaching This Issue
M. Dana Harriger
Join us as we celebrate Women’s History Month and the re-opening of Patterson Lounge and Boardroom.
Dr. Jill Abraham Hummer, Associate Professor of Political Science. Author of First Ladies and American Women: In Politics and at Home will present
149th Commencement will be Sunday, May 19.
Wilson College, Main Green (if rain, Laird Hall)
For more information visit the Commencement page.