IFSTAL Education Coordinators, Raquel Ajates and Rebecca Wells wrote an article for the BSA magazine introducing the IFSTAL programme and its innovative approach to teaching and learning.
“Inter-university research projects are common in higher education, but not inter-university teaching across programmes and disciplines, and this is an area for collaboration it sets out to explore and maximise”
“This is not just about qualitative and quantitative traditions working together; it is also about bringing different epistemological and ontological approaches to the table to shed light on the complex prism that food is. Being humble about our disciplines’ power to improve the food system, while at the same time celebrating different contributions and becoming aware of diverse disciplinary approaches, are indispensable pieces of the convoluted jigsaw puzzle of food”
You can read the whole article by clicking on the image below.