This is a low-stakes presentation format that is fairly flexible on what/how you would like to present the material. It should be around 2-3 minutes long. It should include at the minimum Make it simple
• a VERY brief summary of the article and the author’s main point
• relate to the topics/material presented in lecture or other section weeks (eg. How does the article relate to conceptions of space and place?)
• most importantly a discussion question(s) you want to ask the rest of the class
Guthman, Julie. 2003. “Fast food/organic food: Reflexive tastes
and the making of ‘yuppie’
chow.” Social and Cultural Geography 4(1): 45-58.
Example Questions: In what other ways have we seen dynamics within the landscape change due to variations in authority, on a local or national scale?
Question:How have representations of nature from media, history, other people, etc. shaped your definition of it? Has your definition of “nature” changed over time? How can we define nature in a way that will help protect the environment and respect Indigenous people and communities?
Question: Are there gaps you can see in your everyday life, where strict categories leave out certain viewpoints and don’t accurately reflect all individuals of a population?