“How Can Canadian Universities Meet International Students’ Food Needs?” by Erika Stewin

ERIKA STEWIN, MA Email; estewin@uoguelph.ca Link to thesis; https://atrium.lib.uoguelph.ca/xmlui/handle/10214/6640 What do international students eat when they come to study at Canadian universities? How do they think about the foods available to them on- and off-campus? These students are often referred to as “cash cows” by newspapers, magazines and by international students...

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Defining Public Anthropology

A Personal Perspective (2007) Rob Borofsky In the late 1990′s, when searching for a name for the new book series Naomi Schneider and I were developing at the University of California Press, we considered various possibilities. We chose Public Anthropology because it seemed to best represent a key goal of the series: addressing important social concerns in an engaging, non-academic manner....

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Interview with Fredrik Barth

Envisioning a More Public Anthropology An Interview with Fredrik Barth April 18th, 2001 Fredrik Barth: Let me begin with a general preamble to our conversation. Since anthropology draws on the ethnography of the whole world—as it must and should—it has a unique potential to supplement Western science and Western humanism. It can contribute broadly to human thought, to human...

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Interview with Noam Chomsky

Interview with Noam Chomsky

Intellectuals and the Responsibilities of Public Life An Interview with Noam Chomsky May 27th 2001 THE MORAL ROLE OF INTELLECTUALS Robert Borofsky: You write, in Powers and Prospects, that “the responsibility of a writer as a moral agent is to try to bring the truth about matters of human significance to an audience that can do something about them.” Would you generalize that to...

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