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World Cafe, Slow Food Terra Madre 2015

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World Cafe presentation for Slow Food USA at the Terra Madre in Torino, Italy 2015. The World Cafe was designed to tease out some of the links between ethnobotany and ethnoecology research and the Slow Food eco-gastronomy movement.

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World Cafe, Slow Food Terra Madre 2015

  1. 1. C. W. Whitney1,2,* Hendrick Brand3 1 Faculty of Life Sciences, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, Marie-Curie-Straße 1, 47533 Kleve, Germany 2 PhD Candidate, University Kassel, Witzenhausen, Germany *contact: cory.whitney@hsrw.eu, +49 2821 80673 +664 3 Ethnobotanist, German Institute for Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture (DITSL) at the University of Kassel, Witzenhausen, Germany!
  2. 2. Exoteric movements Isolated works
  3. 3. Esoteric research Exoteric movements Isolated works
  4. 4. Esoteric research Exoteric movements Isolated works
  5. 5. World Café
  6. 6. World Café How does it work?
  7. 7. Food Traditions Conservation Food culture Traditional knowledge Traditional culture Science for development Who’s idea of development? Development toward what? Activism Direct action Positive action Ind. plants
  8. 8. Questions for focusing collective attention •  What question, if answered, could make the greatest difference to the future of the •  situation we're exploring here? •  What's important to you about this situation and why do you care? •  What draws you / us to this inquiry? •  What's our intention here? What's the deeper purpose - the "big why" - that is worthy of our best effort? •  What opportunities can we see in this situation? •  What do we know so far / still need to learn about this situation? •  What are the dilemmas / opportunities in this situation? •  What assumptions do we need to test or challenge in thinking about this situation? •  What would someone who had a very different set of beliefs than we do say about this situation?
  9. 9. Questions for connecting ideas and finding deeper insight •  What's taking shape here? •  What are we hearing underneath the variety of opinions being expressed? •  What is in the center of our listening? •  What's emerging that is new for you? •  What connections are you making? •  What have you heard that had real meaning for you? •  What surprised you? •  What puzzled or challenged you? •  What question would you like to ask now? •  What is missing from the picture so far? •  What are we not seeing? •  Where do we need more clarity? •  What has been your major learning or insight so far? •  What's the next level of thinking we need to address? •  If there was one thing that hasn't yet been said but is needed in order to reach a deeper level of understanding and clarity, what would that be?
  10. 10. Questions that create forward movement •  What would it take to create change on this issue? •  What could happen that would enable you to feel fully engaged and energized in this situation? •  What's possible here and who cares about it? •  What needs our immediate attention going forward? •  If our success was completely guaranteed, what bold steps might we choose? •  How can we support each other in taking the next steps? •  What unique contribution can we each make? •  What challenges might block our way and how might we meet them? •  What conversation if begun today, could ripple out in a way that created new possibilities for the future of eco-gastronomy and ethnobotany? •  What seed might we plant together today that could make the most difference to the future of eco-gastronomy and ethnobotany?
  11. 11. Within the ethical approach of Agroecology and the world view of the Slow Food movement how can ethnobotany catch up with the rest of the research for development field to help peasant farmers address real-life issues while preserving and conserving natural systems and indigenous species. World Café Question Ethnobotany and eco-gastronomy
  12. 12. or World Café Question Ethnobotany and eco-gastronomy
  13. 13. What could be the role for ethnobotanists in helping communities to reach their aims in helping small scale farmers. World Café Question Ethnobotany and eco-gastronomy
  14. 14. or World Café Question Ethnobotany and eco-gastronomy
  15. 15. How can local food movements use the field of ethnobotany as a tool to help preserve and conserve local systems of food and culture. World Café Question Ethnobotany and eco-gastronomy
  16. 16. or World Café Question Ethnobotany and eco-gastronomy
  17. 17. What does ‘slow ethnobotany’ look like and how does it relate to eco- gastronomy? World Café Question Ethnobotany and eco-gastronomy

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