Talk and Buffet: Kelly Feltault

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CFS Workshop with eponymous text
November 17, 2008
5:30PM - 8:30PM
Location
Denney 311

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Add to Calendar 2008-11-17 17:30:00 2008-11-17 20:30:00 Talk and Buffet: Kelly Feltault Public folklorist Kelly Feltault owns and operates her own consulting business, Cultural Crossings, which provides social science research, project management, needs assessments, and program design and evaluation to non-profit and state agencies. She is a doctoral candidate at American University in Washington, D.C., in the Anthropology department's Race, Gender, and Social Justice Program. Her dissertation explores the political ecology of global crab meat production, connecting Maryland and Thailand's workers and natural resources in a process mediated by transnational food corporations, Thai and U.S. foreign policy, international development and trade regimes, and discourses on race, class, gender, and natural resources.Download flyer [pdf][pdf] - Some links on this page are to .pdf files. If you need these files in a more accessible format, please contact patterson.493@osu.edu. PDF files require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader software to open them. If you do not have Reader, you may use the following link to Adobe to download it for free at: Adobe Acrobat Reader. Denney 311 Center for Folklore Studies patterson.493@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Public folklorist Kelly Feltault owns and operates her own consulting business, Cultural Crossings, which provides social science research, project management, needs assessments, and program design and evaluation to non-profit and state agencies. She is a doctoral candidate at American University in Washington, D.C., in the Anthropology department's Race, Gender, and Social Justice Program. Her dissertation explores the political ecology of global crab meat production, connecting Maryland and Thailand's workers and natural resources in a process mediated by transnational food corporations, Thai and U.S. foreign policy, international development and trade regimes, and discourses on race, class, gender, and natural resources.

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