Against the backdrop of the Anthropocene: Linking past and present to shape a better future exhibition prompting reflection on these matters, we will hear from Dr. Kiah Smith, Professor Yasmina Sultanbawa, Dr. Kora Uhlman, and Associate Professor Alison Crowther on a range of topics ranging from the social dimensions of food system transformation and sustainability, nutrition security and native Australian crops, food systems and health in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and the historical transformation of foodways and ecosystems through agricultural trade and exchange.

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About Food Sovereignty Week 2023

Food sovereignty has been defined as “the right of peoples to healthy and culturally appropriate food produced through ecologically sound and sustainable methods, and their right to define their own food and agriculture systems” (Via Campesina 2021).

In recognition of Food Sovereignty Week 2023, join us for an engaging panel discussion and seminar featuring interdisciplinary experts whose work is shaping the dialogue towards just and sustainable food systems.


Anthropology Museum, Level 1, Michie Building (#9) The University of Queensland St Lucia campus.