Italian Slow Food: Societal Change and Justice
Carole Counihan, Professor of Anthropology at Millersville University, uses ethnographic interviews with members of the Italian Slow Food Movement – a coalition of 100,000 members around the world devoted to promoting “good, clean, and fair food” – to explore whether food practices can be the basis for advancing personal growth as well as social and economic justice.
Italy, slow food movement, ethnography, fair food, societal justice, economic justice
Agricultural and Resource Economics | Food Studies
Counihan, Carole. "Italian Slow Food: Societal Change and Justice." Ensemble video, 01:01:49. October 14, 2010. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/xN-Bhm7DcEOaYi_dD7jkqQ