Please join us for a special guest lecture as part of the Environmental Humanities-Indigenous Studies Energy & Environment Cluster Search. Professor Mariaelena Huambachano from the University of Wisconsin, will give her talk: “Recovering Our Ancestors’ Foodways: Indigenous Traditions as a Recipe for Living Well”
This study demonstrates how socio-ecological values and ethics of, for example, kaitakitanga (ethics of environmental guardianship) and ayllu (self-governance) engrained in Quechua (Peru) and Māori (New Zealand) peoples’ traditions, are heralding a critical platform for regenerating food systems and ultimately “collective well-being.”
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register and to receive the Zoom link.
This event was published on April 26, 2021.