Jennifer Burns Bright
The five-member teaching team for “Bread 101,” an interdisciplinary Clark Honors College class taught during the 2013-14 Academic Year, has won the 2015 Pedagogy Award from the national food studies organization, the Association for the Study of Food in Society. The committee cited the team’s innovative approach to teaching food.
The team was made […]
[ May 9, 2013; 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm. ] Hendricks Hall
Hearth Rm (1st floor)
1408 University St., UO campus
A Fireside Conversation with Oliver Kellhammer, a permaculture artist, writer, and teacher specializing in ecological restoration and land art, and Jennifer Burns Levin, who teaches literature in the UO Clark Honors College. The two will talk about Kellhammer’s interest in the shifting power relationships within public urban […]
A couple minutes with Jennifer Burns Levin | Inside Oregon.
Jennifer Burns Levin, adjunct instructor, UO Clark Honors College, is a CSWS faculty affiliate and coordinator of the CSWS Food in the Field Research Interest Group. She is also co-host of “Food for Thought” on KLCC radio. Inside Oregon published this interview on video in its […]
TWO RIVERS TRIBUNE ~ ONLINE | Tribe Invites UC Researcher to Study Acorns.
A paper by CSWS faculty affiliate and UO environmental sociologist Dr. Kari Norgaard was cited in a newspaper story about acorn studies on tribal land in the Klamath and Trinity River Communities. Norgaard presented her paper, “The Effects of Altered Diet on the […]
UO Today week of April 23, 2012:
CSWS faculty affiliate and Food in the Field RIG coordinator Jennifer Burns Levin (Literature, Clark Honors College) discusses her interests in James Joyce, Modernist literature, and food studies. She is a co-host on KLCC’s “Food for Thought” and blogs at Culinaria Eugenius. Watch it online.
Channel 23-Wednesday 8 p.m.; […]
[ May 23, 2012; 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm. ] 330 Hendricks Hall
Jane Grant Room
FITF Works-in-Progress Series
“Vertamae Grosvenor’s Revolutionary Recipes”
Abstract: Professor Thorsson will be discussing her work in progress, “Revolutionary Recipes: Foodways and African American Literature.” “Revolutionary Recipes” argues that a group of African American poems, novels, and cookbooks construct race, gender, and class through culinary discourse. Thorsson’s talk will draw from “Vertamae Grosvenor’s […]