Looking back on food studies in 2020-2021 in so-called Canada
Keywords:Canadian Association for Food Studies, CAFS, food studies
In this collectively drafted Commentary, we offer some reflections on the past year for CAFS (Canadian Association for Food Stuides), and the state of food studies in general.
Note: this is a modified version of the 2021 CAFS Presidential Address, given at the joint CAFS/ASFS/AFHVS/SAFN Conference Just Food: Because it never it just Food on June 10th, 20201.
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