Natalie Doonan is a multimedia and performance artist, writer, and educator with a PhD in humanities (specializing in sensory studies, cultural geography and performance studies) Natalie’s work focuses on the connections between taste and place — something we discuss on this show. A lot. We discuss her essay, Wild Cuisine and Canadianness: Creeping Rootstalks and Subterranean Struggle, which can be found in the most recent issue of Gastronomica. (n.b. her email signature ends with a quote from Jody Emel and Jennifer Wolch: “Our political project is the creation of many forms of shared space.”)

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