MA Food Studies candidate Collier Lumpkin took part as a presenter on the panel discussion “Feminist Foodways” at the Southern Foodways Alliance conference held at the University of Mississippi September 11-12, 2017. Collier, who is currently researching and writing an anthropology-based thesis on the historical and contemporary interconnections between women and agency through the lens of wheat manipulation, presented on the topic of “Women, Wheat and War”. As part of her internship at FAO through the Master in Food Studies program at AUR, Collier is also working on a book about innovations in global agriculture with a focus on highlighting women’s voices, and in 2018, she plans to start a PhD in Food Anthropology.
 

MA Food Studies candidate Collier Lumpkin took part as a presenter on the panel discussion “Feminist Foodways” at the Southern Foodways Alliance conference held at the University of Mississippi