Carolyn Steel provides some relevant historical context for how we eat and the way food has shaped our cities and societies. Her plea for more mindfulness and sustainability is not only rational, it will one day become imperative. Great for providing background information for teachers or to bolster student understanding of anthropological impact of agriculture practices.
October 23, 2009 | 11 Comments
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