Oxford Latin American Graduate Seminar: No sugar, please: Rejection of sugar as identity marker among Brazilian specialty coffee consumers

If you wish to join the seminars, please contact emilie.curryova@sant.ox.ac.uk


7 june sabine

Presenter: Sabine Parrish, University of Oxford

Sabine Parrish is a DPhil candidate in anthropology at the University of Oxford; her research focuses on high-end specialty coffee consumption in Brazil, the world's largest coffee-producing nation. She is also a researcher at the Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity, looking at cultures of health, food, and eating.





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Discussant: Professor Timothy Power, University of Oxford

Professor Power is a comparative political scientist with a deep commitment to interdisciplinary area studies. After spending his early career in the United States, Professor Power arrived in Oxford in 2005 to take up a joint appointment in Area Studies and the Department of Politics. From 2008 to 2012 he directed the Latin American Centre, and became Head of the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies (OSGA) in 2018.