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Radical Fermentation Dialogue Series: Dr. Stephanie Maroney (Mellon Public Scholars Program Manager at UC Davis) in dialogue with Maria Marco
This series brings together coordinators of the DHI transcollege research cluster Radical and Relational Approaches to Fermentation and Food Sovereignty for interdisciplinary dialogue about fermentation science, Indigenous food sovereignty, performance, feminist science studies, and radical/relational approaches to fermentation. We invite participants with interests in these topics from across campus to join the series and build a research community. Each event will feature a presentation of one scholar’s work, followed by a dialogue led by another research cluster member and questions from event participants. Learn more about the series here: https://radicalfermentation.ucdavis.edu/.

Stephanie Maroney is a feminist science and food studies scholar creating collaborative projects on fermentation and mycology. Her current research explores both ferment and mycelium as methods for making new knowledge(s) and relations. She has published articles broadly on the sociocultural impact of human microbiome science, including the topics of queer fermentation praxis, the colonial afterlife of microbiome science, and healthism in probiotic dietary culture. She has a PhD in Cultural Studies and administers the Mellon Public Scholars program (a community-engaged arts and humanities research program) at UC Davis.

Feb 25, 2021 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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