The Politics of Food

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ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Food is central to our daily lives, yet few of us consider the political implications of what we eat. How does our personal connection to, and daily consumption of, food shape how we think about these issues? What does food and agriculture tell us about the political process and the power of special interests? In what respects does the food system illustrate broader features of contemporary capitalism? Can food reveal anything about the quality of our democracy? Tune into this livestream with Professor Sheingate to explore these questions and reveal the politics of food. 

Find out more about Professor Sheingate's recent work here. 
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Headshot of Adam Sheingate 2Adam Sheingate, PhD is a professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University where he teaches courses on American politics and institutions, including a popular seminar on the politics of food. His most recent book is Building a Business of Politics: The Rise of Political Consulting and the Transformation of American Democracy. He is also the author of the Rise of the Agricultural Welfare State: Institutions and Interest Group Power in the United States, France, and Japan as well as journal articles and book chapters on American political development, historical institutionalism, and comparative public policy. Sheingate joined the Johns Hopkins University faculty in 2000 and served as Department Chair from 2015-2020.

 Event Date
Thursday, March 18, 2021
Start Time: 7:00pm
End Time: 8:00pm

 Location

Via Livestream
Baltimore, MD 21218

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