It’s impossible to ignore the fact that oceans continue to be an important and reliable source of food.
For centuries, the world’s oceans have been described by writers and artists in words and pictures. Now, a faculty member in the Department of English is embarking on a new project that will trace the various ways the ocean has been imagined in Atlantic-Canadian fiction.
The Food Advocacy Research Network at Memorial (FARM) is celebrating World Food Month with a discussion on October 22 focused on the future of Newfoundland and Labrador’s food system.
Designing NL Food Futures: A Roundtable Discussion will feature speakers from various areas of NL’s food system who will share their own visions of what our food system will be or should look like by the year 2025.
The Departments of Folklore and Geography in the Faculty of Arts will be offering a new field course at the Harlow Campus during Intersession 2015 (mid-May to late June 2015). "Consuming Cultures: from field to plate" is comprised of four courses taught by Dr. Diane Tye (Department of Folklore) and Dr. Charles Mather (Department of Geography) that will explore the cultural, political and social aspects of food in England.