If you were unable to attend any of the Shared Tables lectures or panels, or would like to review the fantastic content, please see the below links for presentations and notes. A special thanks to all our speakers for sharing their immense research and field expertise with us.
Day 1 | February 28, 2012 | Global Food Studies
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Food, Technology and Politics in Europe Panel
- Kathryn De Master, Professor, Brown University: Farming, Trade and Markets in Poland and the EU
- Andy Kennedy, President, FoodLogiQ: Food, Technology and Politics in Europe and Beyond
- Patricia Kwiatkowski, Director, State Regulatory Affairs and Documentation Services, Bayer CropScience LP: Food, Technology and Politics in Europe- Implications for the Agro Industry
- Monica Nogueira, UNC Kenan Institute’s Center for Logistics and Digital Strategy: Information System as Enabler of Coordinated Action and Response
- Lorenzo George Wilson, NC State University and USAID Horticulture Collaborative Research Support Program (CRSP) International Advisory Board: Horticulture Collaborative Research Support Program and USAID’s Agricultural Research Strategy – The Role of Horticulture
Food or Fuel? Africa, North American, and South America, Panel
- Osei Yeboah, L.C. Cooper, Jr. International Trade Center, North Carolina A&T State University: Rising Food Prices in Low and Middle-Income Countries
- Christopher Galik, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University: Food or Fuel?
- Jedediah Purdy, Duke University Law School: Food and Energy
Day 2 | February 29, 2012 | Local & National Food Studies
Farming in NC Panel:
- Fred Broadwell – Program Manager, Carolina Farm Stewardship Association: Challenges for NC Farmers
- Dr. John O’Sullivan – Director, Center for Environmental Farming Systems: What is the Farm Bill? Presentation courtesy of Susan Prolman, Director of The Sustainable Agriculture Coalition
- Dr. Barry Goodwin – Distinguished Professor in Agriculture and Resource Economics at NCSU and Co-Director of the American Enterprise Institute 2012 Farm Bill Initiative: Is There Any Cure for Agricultural Subsidies?
- Dr. Elizabeth Engelhardt – Associate Professor in the Department of American Studies, University of Texas at Austin: The Mess of Greens: What Food Studies Cannot Know and What We Might Do Anyway
- Dr. Marcie Ferris – Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of American Studies, UNC: Meat, Meal, and Molasses: A Tableside View of the New South
- Rev. Bill Kearney – Associate Pastor for the Coley Springs Missionary Baptist Church and Food Justice Fellow of the Presbyterian Hunger Program: Farming and Faith Projects in Warren County
- Jeff Stern – Director of Special Projects, TROSA: TROSA Grocery and Food Security