Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholars-in-Residence
A necessary condition for global citizenship is an understanding of critical international issues from cross-cultural and cross-national perspectives. One way through which the McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives fosters such understanding is by hosting the Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholars-in-Residence who engages the community in dialogue on important global issues in a variety of settings, from lectures to classes to informal gatherings.
Peter Rosset (Fall 2010)
Co-coordinator, Via Campesina; associate, Global Alternatives; researcher, Center for the Study of Rural Change in Mexico
Focus: the global food crisis, food security, and food sovereignty