I wanted to pass on this invitation to have dinner with Liz Hoover
following her EJ talk. Even if you can't make the talk, but want to meet
Liz, this is a great opportunity!
Just be sure to email Deborah because space is limited. *see below*.
All the best and much love,
You are invited to an informal discussion and dinner with Elizabeth Hoover
(see below for her bio). Tuesday, November 13th at 6pm
Location disclosed upon rsvp
Space is limited: rsvp to Deborah Lustig dlus...@berkeley.edu 643-7238
This event is only open to UCB graduate and undergraduate students--feel
free to forward to other UCB students who may be interested.
Elizabeth Hoover is Assistant Professor of American Studies and Ethnic
Studies at Brown University, where she teaches courses about Native
American environmental health, Native food movements, and American Indian
museum representations. Her research focuses on the report-back of the
results of environmental health studies to community members, as well as
movements in Native communities to reclaim traditional foods, including
gardens. She is currently involved in gardening organizations and in
researching environmental health studies and group focused health
interventions in the Mohawk community of Akwesasne. Additionally, she’s
working to better connect Brown University with the Native communities of
Rhode Island and Massachusetts. When she’s not busy writing and teaching,
Professor Hoover is gardening, beading, or fancy shawl dancing.
Also, please come to her public lecture if you are free (no rsvp needed):
"Three Bodies: Rethinking Environmental Health and Food Production in a
Tuesday, November 13th, 4:00-5:30 pm
Wildavsky Conference Room, Institute for the Study of Societal Issues
2538 Channing Way, Berkeley
Elizabeth Hoover, Assistant Professor, American Studies & Ethnic Studies,
Louise Fortmann, Professor of Natural Resource Sociology; Rudy Grah Chair
in Forestry and Sustainable Development, UCB, as respondent.
Deborah Freedman Lustig, PhD
Research Associate, Training Coordinator
Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues
Institute for the Study of Societal Issues
2420 Bowditch St #5670
Berkeley, CA 94720-5670
(510) 642-8674 fax
I work half-time. In case of something urgent when I am not in the office,
please call ISSI (510) 642-0813.
Ph.D Candidate, Department of Anthropology
J.D. Candidate, Berkeley Law
Fellow, Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues
Fellow, Center for Urban Ethnography
2251 College Building
Berkeley, Ca. 94720-1076