Food for Thought

The Analysis of Consumption, Preparation, and Placement of Food in Media

  • Emily Turner
  • Allen Warren
  • Ian Roesler
  • Kaila Henkin
  • Tauri Hagemann
  • Vinny Ramos-Niaves

Abstract

Considering our personal and global biases surrounding food, this begs the questions: how many wars have been fought and colonies established over access to water and agricultural sources? How many people have been relegated to the kitchen or the dining room based on their sex, race, and/or class? Food forms the backbone of most religious and spiritual understandings, too: think of the forbidden fruit’s function in Abrahamic traditions or the role of the mustard seed in Buddhist teachings
about death.

Published
2021-04-05
How to Cite
Turner, E., Warren, A., Roesler, I. ., Henkin, K., Hagemann, T., & Ramos-Niaves, V. (2021). Food for Thought: The Analysis of Consumption, Preparation, and Placement of Food in Media. Digital Literature Review, 8(1), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.33043/DLR.8.1.1-6