The Unexamined Meal Is Not Worth Eating

An interview with Professor Joan McGregor exploring her understanding of applied philosophy and current research interests along with an insightful discussion about food justice. The conversation examines the philosophical underpinnings of food through looking at it from an ethical, metaphysical and epistemological standpoint.

Joan McGregor is a transdisciplinary and collaborative scholar and President of ASU’s Tempe Campus Academic Senate. Her current research has been focused on issues of food, food justice, and food sustainability. A major on-going public project focusing on food grew out of the Mellon funded Humanities for the Anthropocene, entitled: Dinner 2040: The Future of Food.

Interview conducted by Areesha Hassan.

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