Dr. Lauren Janes, History
Can we trace the long history of globalization through the movement of foods around the world? History students Leland Cook, Margaret Dickinson, Natalie Fulk, and Noah Switalski will share their insights from collaborative research with Dr. Lauren Janes during the summer of 2016. Each global food--potatoes, sugar, curry, and rice--tells a story of connectivity across continents and cultures, showing how our lives, diets, and economies were shaped by centuries of meaningful interactions around food.
Repository citation: Dickinson, Margaret; Switalski, Noah; Cook, Leland; and Fulk, Natalie, "The Modern History of Global Food" (2017). 16th Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Performance (2017). Paper 6.
April 21, 2017. Copyright © 2017 Hope College, Holland, Michigan.