Public History and the Food Movement makes the case for food interpretation as an accessible entry-point for audiences and museums grappling with questions about ethical eating, environmental change, and community resilience. Part manifesto, part toolkit, the book shows how an engaged approach to interpreting food can help history institutions claim an expanded civic role and and new audiences, partners, and sources of support.

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