March 25th and 26th, 2016
Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA
A collaboration of the Harvard Food Law Society and Food Literacy Project
REGISTER NOW (Early bird rates through February 25th.)
This year’s Just Food? conference will examine the relationship between people and land, primarily through agriculture and food. Conference events will explore the legal, moral, policy, health, historic and environmental aspects of our domestic and international food system, with a focus on the intersection of land and justice. The conference will bring together scholars, farmers, activists, practitioners, and other authorities to discuss the growing concerns about who has access to land, how agriculture changes land, and who is marginalized or dispossessed by our current system. Our goal is to educate attendees, empower them to make changes, and engage them in a larger dialogue about food.
Keynotes speakers include:
Smita Narula on Land Rights.
Jo Guldi on Historical Legacies of Land: the Oppressed and Dispossessed.
Panels topics will include:
We do not want the cost of registration to prohibit anyone from attending. We have a limited number of registration scholarships available. If you feel the registration fee is a financial burden that would prevent you from attending, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Conference Scholarship.” Please include a short paragraph about why you would like to attend the conference.
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Proposals due January 19th: http://tinyurl.com/justfoodform
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Consider extending your stay to attend the Spirit of Sustainable Agriculture Conference
Bringing together farmers, religious and spiritual leaders, and academics to join in a robust and stimulating discussion about the spirit of sustainable agriculture, delineating its past, celebrating and investigating its present, and theorizing its future. Winona LaDuke of the White Earth Land Recovery Project and Nigel Savage of Hazon will offer keynote addresses.
March 31-April 1, 2016, Harvard Divinity School