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sayet shares importance of revitalizing traditional foodways | coexist
On February 28, students in the sophomore seminar in environmental studies (ENVS201) greeted guest speaker Rachel Sayet, an anthropologist and educator from the Mohegan Tribe, who spoke to students and other members of the Wesleyan community about revitalizing traditional foodways in New England and beyond. ENVS201, taught by COE Director Barry Chernoff and assistant professor … Continue reading "sayet shares importance of revitalizing traditional foodways"