The theme of attitude and behaviour change that we started discussing in our previous meeting will continue and we will be focusing on food consumption and production. This promises to be a very fruitful engagement with key literature and guest speakers.
- May 9th Reading: Julie Guthman: “Bringing good food to others: investigating the subjects of alternative food practice” in Cultural Geographies (2008): 1pm, Meetings Room, International Politics Building.
- May 16th Guest Speaker: Owain Williams (Aberystwyth): Global Political Economies of Food. 4pm, Main Hall, International Politics Building. (Organised together with the Third World Politics Group)
- May 24th Guest Speaker: Jessica Paddock (Cardiff): “Class, Food, Culture: Exploring ‘Alternative’ Food Consumption”: 5pm, Main Hall, International Politics Building.
- June 13th Reading: Nick Pidgeon: “Framing and communicating climate change: The effects of distance and outcome frame manipulations” in Global Environmental Change (2010): 1pm, Meetings Room, International Politics Building