Enchiladas, Dim Sum, and Apple Pie: Immigration and Food
Third Floor, Levis Faculty Center 919 W. Illinois St. Urbana
We launch the CAS Campus initiative by probing our understanding and experience of the relationship between immigration and food. Chancellor Herman will address the significance of immigration for our university and for us as individuals. Several scholars will briefly and informally discuss the relationship between Asian, Latina/o, and other migrations and the notion of "ethnic" and "American" food.
We will finish up with information conversation and the experience itself -- a spread of ethnic foods representing a range of immigrant communities.
Principal cosponsor: Center on Democracy in a Multiracial Society
Center on Democracy in a Multiracial Society and Sociology
Journalism and Law
Anthropology and Asian American Studies