Point Park University’s Global Cultural Studies Program Screens Film Nov. 15
Monday, November 14, 2011
On Tues., Nov. 15, Point Park University’s global cultural studies
program presents the film Fresh
through its human and environmental health film series. Students and members of the public are invited to the free screening at 6 p.m. in JVH Auditorium in Thayer Hall.
celebrates farmers, thinkers and business people who are reinventing America’s food system and forging new solutions to the problems of food contamination, environmental pollution, depletion of natural resources and obesity throughout the United States.
The next screening of the global cultural studies’ film series will be Split Estate
on March 20, 2012, at 6 p.m. in the GRW Theater in University Center. Split Estate
maps a tragedy in the making, as citizens in the path of a new drilling boom in the Rocky Mountain West struggle against the erosion of their civil liberties, their communities and their health.
For more information about the film series, contact J. Dwight Hines
, assistant professor of global cultural studies.