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CONFRONTING THE GOLDILOCKS PROBLEM: (RE-)DISCOVERING THE MIDDLE IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDIES OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
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Reviewed By: Culture and Agriculture
Saturday, November 19, 2016: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists
Organizers:  A Ashley Stinnett (Western Kentucky University) and Jennifer Jo Thompson (University of Georgia)
Chairs:  Jennifer Jo Thompson (University of Georgia)
4:00 PM
Why Do We Need an Anthropology of the Middle?: Framing the Discussion
A Ashley Stinnett (Western Kentucky University) and Jennifer Jo Thompson (University of Georgia)
5:00 PM
How Big Can “Local” Get?  Scale and Sustainability in Food Localism
Troy M Wilson (University of South Carolina, Aiken)
5:15 PM
From Scaling up to Scaling over: Becoming a Food Hub Farmer
Lilian Brislen (University of Kentucky)
5:30 PM
Discussion