The Fashion and Politics of Food: Rhonda Garelick
The intersecting ideas in feminism, food and fashion are underscored in this fascinating conversation between Dean of The School of Art and Design History and Theory at Parsons, The New School, Rhonda Garelick, and Speaking Broadly host, Dana Cowin. Up for discussion: why women are dressed in bows like candy ready to be unwrapped, why eating salad with a comb can be a powerful feminist statement, and why luxury equals leisure. Plus: Rhonda shares what she learned about gastronomic societal prejudices from having Celiac disease.
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