Food For Thought?


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Professor, Alfred Hunt
Tuesdays, January 12 - March 2nd.
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Via Zoom

Throughout history humans have struggled for their daily bread—food being essential to life.  While the need for staples is essential, the desire for luxuries like sugar, tea, coffee and spice has been the root cause of wars, imperialism, colonialism and slavery.  Our attitudes toward health, body image and fad diets have also affected our culture significantly.  So, let’s consider the adage, “you are what you eat…” 

This 8-week lecture series is $100 and limited to 20 attendees.
All attendees must be registered by Monday, January 11th to receive the Zoom Link.

Lectures will be recorded and available if a lecture is missed.


Dr. Alfred Hunt - Historian/Lecturer - History & Culture

Alfred Hunt, Professor Emeritus, SUNY, College at Purchase, is the author of Works on Slavery and Southern History. Twice a Fulbright Scholar, and an on-camera host for an award-winning cable show, he has been giving lectures in New York and Connecticut for over 15 years.

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