Written by Sarah Morris, GRC and graduate student at the School of Information and Library Science:
"By fate or by fortune, this semester I served as the Graduate Research Consultant for CMPL255H: The Feast in Philosophy, Film, and Fiction. The class is beautiful: the students read, research, and write on the ways food and feasting intersect with identity, custom, ethics, and relationships. They examine what facets of the feast speak to cultural priorities, which ones probe at essential humanity..."
Continue reading Sarah's piece at the Graduate Research Consultant Program Blog.