107 minutes | Mar 25, 2021

#83 Exploring the History and Social Construction of Vegetarianism with James Connolly

James is an artist, chef, non-profit founder, co-host of the Sustainable Dish Podcast with Diana Rodgers and a documentary filmmaker. Some of James' film projects include Transmilitary, Michael Moore’s latest documentary, Where to Invade Next, and Sacred Cow. James has been studying the history of vegetarianism for the past decade, and we do our best to unpack it's complex past. From vegetarianism's deep connection to religious fundamentalism, sexual shame and fear of death + phrenology, genocide, eugenics and American corporatism, this conversation is not for the faint of heart. However, if you're interested in exploring a fascinating, and deeply disturbing social construction, this episode is not to be missed! Find James on Instagram James' book recommendation: Books by Trevanian Songs featured: "Healing" by Sampa the Great and "Strange American Dream" by Rayland Baxter How to support the show: Rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes! Support my work on Patreon and get access to perks like an exclusive Discord Server, a book club just for patrons, shirts + stickers, playlists, and curated workshops led by myself, fellow Patrons and former guests of the podcast. Visit my website - AnyaKaats.com & Find me on Instagram
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