Slow Food and APOP Wrap Adaptation and Resilience Lecture Series

April 22, 2021

Slow Food and APOP Wrap Adaptation and Resilience Lecture Series

A graphic showing the Anthropology Public Outreach Program and Slow Foods Columbus logos

On April 13, Slow Food Columbus and the Anthropology Public Outreach Program completed their spring 2021 lecture series titled "Adaptation and Resilience: Food, Food Security, and Food Systems in and outside of Central Ohio." Participants in this semester's series represented a wide variety of backgrounds including local business owners, community organizers, and Ohio State faculty. 

In case you missed any of the live lectures, you can watch them below!


Lecture one featuring Brian Snyder, Executive Director of the Initiative for Food and AgriCultural Transformation (InFACT) at The Ohio State University; Masami Smith (Executive Director) and Ty Smith (Project Director) of the Native American Indian Center of Central Ohio (NAICCO); and Andy Dehus, Co-Owner of Columbus Food Adventures.


Lecture two featuring eni Britton Bauer, Owner of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams; Minister Aaron (Founder) and Antoinette (Farm Manager) Hopkins of South Side Family Farms; and Dr. Barbara Piperata, Professor in the Department of Anthropology at The Ohio State University.


Lecture three featuring Dr. Vinayak Shedekar, Research Scientist in the Ohio State Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering; Hatice Küçüker, Co-Owner of Tulip Cafe, and her husband Ali Küçüker; and Pramod Lama, Co-Owner of Momo Ghar.

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