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Photographing Industrial Slaughter in Chicago's Packingtown

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century.

 

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century. Looking at how images were used both to promote and to critique the city's industrial-scale trade in animals and meat, the talk illuminated the role photographs played during a period of nascent globalization in American food industries.

 

Presenter:

Emily Kathryn Morgan is Associate Professor of Art History at Iowa State University

 

Activists Update/Watch

Photographing Industrial Slaughter in Chicago's Packingtown

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century.

 

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century. Looking at how images were used both to promote and to critique the city's industrial-scale trade in animals and meat, the talk illuminated the role photographs played during a period of nascent globalization in American food industries.

 

Presenter:

Emily Kathryn Morgan is Associate Professor of Art History at Iowa State University

 

Career Development

Photographing Industrial Slaughter in Chicago's Packingtown

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century.

 

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century. Looking at how images were used both to promote and to critique the city's industrial-scale trade in animals and meat, the talk illuminated the role photographs played during a period of nascent globalization in American food industries.

 

Presenter:

Emily Kathryn Morgan is Associate Professor of Art History at Iowa State University

 

Food Animal Antibiotic Use

Photographing Industrial Slaughter in Chicago's Packingtown

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century.

 

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century. Looking at how images were used both to promote and to critique the city's industrial-scale trade in animals and meat, the talk illuminated the role photographs played during a period of nascent globalization in American food industries.

 

Presenter:

Emily Kathryn Morgan is Associate Professor of Art History at Iowa State University

 

Food Safety

Photographing Industrial Slaughter in Chicago's Packingtown

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century.

 

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century. Looking at how images were used both to promote and to critique the city's industrial-scale trade in animals and meat, the talk illuminated the role photographs played during a period of nascent globalization in American food industries.

 

Presenter:

Emily Kathryn Morgan is Associate Professor of Art History at Iowa State University

 

Industry Updates

Photographing Industrial Slaughter in Chicago's Packingtown

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century.

 

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century. Looking at how images were used both to promote and to critique the city's industrial-scale trade in animals and meat, the talk illuminated the role photographs played during a period of nascent globalization in American food industries.

 

Presenter:

Emily Kathryn Morgan is Associate Professor of Art History at Iowa State University

 

Meat in the Diet

Photographing Industrial Slaughter in Chicago's Packingtown

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century.

 

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century. Looking at how images were used both to promote and to critique the city's industrial-scale trade in animals and meat, the talk illuminated the role photographs played during a period of nascent globalization in American food industries.

 

Presenter:

Emily Kathryn Morgan is Associate Professor of Art History at Iowa State University

 

Quality

Photographing Industrial Slaughter in Chicago's Packingtown

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century.

 

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century. Looking at how images were used both to promote and to critique the city's industrial-scale trade in animals and meat, the talk illuminated the role photographs played during a period of nascent globalization in American food industries.

 

Presenter:

Emily Kathryn Morgan is Associate Professor of Art History at Iowa State University

 

Sensory

Photographing Industrial Slaughter in Chicago's Packingtown

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century.

 

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century. Looking at how images were used both to promote and to critique the city's industrial-scale trade in animals and meat, the talk illuminated the role photographs played during a period of nascent globalization in American food industries.

 

Presenter:

Emily Kathryn Morgan is Associate Professor of Art History at Iowa State University

 

Sustainability

Photographing Industrial Slaughter in Chicago's Packingtown

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century.

 

During this webinar Dr. Morgan highlighted photographs of Chicago's Packingtown from the turn of the twentieth century. Looking at how images were used both to promote and to critique the city's industrial-scale trade in animals and meat, the talk illuminated the role photographs played during a period of nascent globalization in American food industries.

 

Presenter:

Emily Kathryn Morgan is Associate Professor of Art History at Iowa State University

 

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