If you missed Food Revolutions, our exhibition of food- and diet-related publications last spring, you can now view it online! This exhibition examines our changing notions of healthy eating over two centuries.
The digital version of the exhibit features a video of Dr. Ingolf Gruen’s opening talk, as well as images and links to full text for many of the books we featured in the Ellis Library Colonnade. Food Revolutions was an event affiliated with Food Sense: The 8th Annual Life Sciences and Society Symposium.
Food Revolutions is now on view in the Ellis Library Colonnade. From the four humors to the discovery of vitamins, this exhibition examines our changing notions of healthy eating over two centuries. Food Revolutions brings together medical books, cookbooks, scientific publications, and dieting texts to illustrate our ongoing quest for health, and our changing relationships with food.
Ingolf Gruen, associate professor in the Department of Food Science, will open the exhibit with a talk entitled “Food Revolutions: How Science Changed the Way We Eat,” on March 6 at 2:30 in the Ellis Library Colonnade.
Food Revolutions will be on display in the Ellis Library Colonnade March 2-29, 2012.
Stefani Engelstein, professor of German at the University of Missouri, presented a lecture entitled “Visions of Transparency: The Human Body and Social Order,” on March 8 in the Ellis Library Colonnade. Dr. Engelstein’s talk opened the exhibit Controlling Heredity: The American Eugenics Crusade 1870 – 1940, which is on display in the Colonnade until March 30. The exhibit and lecture are part of the Life Sciences & Society Symposium series. A video of the lecture in its entirety is available below.
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