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Program Director and Associate Professor, Food Studies
Alice Julier is Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Program in Food Studies at Chatham University. She writes and teaches about material life, cultural ideals, social movements, domestic life and labor, race, consumption, masculinities, and the reproduction of inequality in food systems. Her work includes: Mapping Men onto the Menu, Family and Domesticity, Julia at Smith, The Political Economy of Obesity: The Fat Pay All and Hiding Race and Class in the Discourse of Commercial Food. Her book, Eating Together: Food, Friendship, and Inequality, is forthcoming from the University of Illinois Press. She is the past president of the Association for the Study of Food and Society and is on the board of Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society.
For more information about Dr. Julier visit her faculty profile page.