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Food, Philosophy and Art in the US and Mexico is a research project funded by the Office of Global Engagement, the department of philosophy, the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, and the the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts.

For this two-day workshop, scholars from Mexico City and Madrid will speak about philosophical and anthropological issues related to the aesthetics of food. Prior to the public workshops, Juan Escalona – a young Mexico City cook and scholar who has worked at Noma, Pujol and Máximo Bistrot – will prepare a meal for invited guests at The National that explores the diversity of Mexican culture. At the workshops, Escalona will talk about that meal and his work with the Mexico City collective Sexto.

This public reception with Juan Escalona at Big City Bread Cafe393 N Finley St., Athens, will follow the first workshop.

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  • Isabel Gutierrez
  • Kristina Petti
  • Sarah Ehlers

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