Food Studies at Penn
OverviewFood is everywhere. It's an essential part of our daily lives, and has wide-ranging implications for our health and well-being, for the economy, for national and global politics, for the environment, for innovation and technology, for science and agriculture, for our cultural identity, and most importantly, for our long-term survival.
Food Studies @ Penn is designed to bring together in one place information about
- Courses: Current, Past and Future. Nutrition Minor.
- Upcoming Events
- Faculty, Staff and Student Clubs
- Penn Library Resources, including Guide to Research in Food Studies, Electronic Resources, New Books Plus, Feature Films, Documentaries, and Penn Culinary Collections
- Research and Projects @ Penn
- Regional Organizations
The website Food Studies @ Penn is a work-in-progress, and we will be adding more information and resources relating to food studies at Penn in the weeks and months ahead.
or to be added to the food studies e-mailing list, please contact
Lynne Farrington, Curator of Printed Books, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, at firstname.lastname@example.org.