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Dr. Toby Ten Eyck

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Michigan State University

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Michigan State University

541 E. Grand River Map

East Lansing, Michigan 48823

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Professor

National Food Safety & Toxicology Center

Professor

Michigan State University department of Sociology

Affiliations

Board Member
Lansing Art Gallery

Education

PhD.

Louisiana State University

Web References (101 Total References)


Key Ingredients Michigan Foodways

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Dr. Toby Ten Eyck is on the faculty of the Sociology Department at Michigan State University and is affiliated with the National Food Safety and Toxicology Center at MSU. His research focuses on the ways in which public presentations, such as mass media stories, are developed, disseminated, and interpreted. He has published about food and culture and on food safety issues.

Ten Eyck's talk, The Pragmatics of Food: Eating and Feeling Safe, addresses issues of food safety and social aspects of culture and how work in both fields informs the other. To illustrate his position, he focuses on the food culture of Louisiana, where he lived for a number of years, and the debate around the irradiation of oysters, concerns with listeria, and the consumption of deli meats among people over 65 years of age.


Key Ingredients Michigan Foodways

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Dr. Toby Ten Eyck is on the faculty of the Sociology Department at Michigan State University and is affiliated with the National Food Safety and Toxicology Center at MSU. His research focuses on the ways in which public presentations, such as mass media stories, are developed, disseminated, and interpreted. He has published about food and culture and on food safety issues.

Ten Eyck's talk, The Pragmatics of Food: Eating and Feeling Safe, addresses issues of food safety and social aspects of culture and how work in both fields informs the other. To illustrate his position, he focuses on the food culture of Louisiana, where he lived for a number of years, and the debate around the irradiation of oysters, concerns with listeria, and the consumption of deli meats among people over 65 years of age.


Toby Ten ...

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Toby Ten Eyck Associate Professor, MSU, Department of Sociology


Blogs | Lansing Art Gallery

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Toby A. Ten Eyck is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Michigan State University Extension at Michigan State University. His research interests revolve around the intersections of art, risk, and the mass media. He received in PhD. from Louisiana State University in 1998, and joined the Department of Sociology at Michigan State University in 1999. He is also a permanent artist at the Craig Mitchell Smith Glass Gallery in the Meridian Mall, Okemos, MI. Toby is offering two lectures at Lansing Art Gallery during the month of October.

Topic: Contemporary Art Date: Wednesday, October 10 Time: 6:30-8:00pm Contemporary art is more than what meets the eye. Join Toby A. Ten Eyck from the Department of Sociology at Michigan State University for an evening of dialogue regarding the trends and traditions linked to contemporary art, and how this art has made us think differently about our world.


International Rural Sociology Association

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Lawrence Busch and Toby Ten Eyck (Michigan State University).

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