FALL QUARTER 2021
'Radical Storywork: Performing Relational Approaches to Inuit Food Fermentation and Food Security'
HMR 130 UHP (offered through the SHAPE program at UC Davis)
co-taught by Professors Jessica Bissett Perea and Maria Marco, with Aviaja Lyberth Hauptmann and Stephanie Maroney
This course centers around Inuit knowledges and performing arts processes as a means to unsettle and expand dominant modes of knowledge production in food science research in ways that advances food sovereignty, an issue of urgent global significance.
The course features an artist residency with Pamyua (http://www.pamyua.com/). Pamyua showcases Inuit culture though music and dance performance. The show is a platform to share Indigenous knowledge and history. Their style derives from traditional melodies reinterpreted with contemporary vocalization and instrumentation. Often described as “Inuit Soul Music,” Pamyua has discovered their own genre. Pamyua will perform in the Mondavi Center's Jackson Hall on Sunday, November 21, 2021 - 2:00pm.
SPRING QUARTER 2021
Radical and Relational Fermentation Directed Group Study
Cross-listed course: FST290/190 + NAS 298/198
CRN: 51967 (NAS 298)
For graduate students and advanced undergraduate students at UC Davis.
- Week 1 (3/31) = Introductions + Plans for the Quarter (Syllabus)
- Week 2 (4/7) Curated materials by Maria Marco
- Week 3 (4/14) (collaborative sub/cluster project development)
- Week 4 (4/21) Curated materials by Jessica Bissett Perea (Dena'ina) + SPECIAL GUEST EVENT = mak-'amham [Cafe Ohlone] event (see below)
- Week 5 (4/28) (collaborative sub/cluster project development)
- Week 6 (5/4) Curated materials by Stephanie Maroney
- Week 7 (5/12) (collaborative sub/cluster project development)
- Week 8 (5/19) Curated materials by Aviaja Lyberth Hauptmann (Inuit) + SPECIAL GUEST EVENT in conversation with Hi’ilei Hobart (Kanaka Maoli)
- Week 9 (5/26) (collaborative sub/cluster project development)
- Week 10 (6/2) = Summary and Future Directions