Department of Anthropology
- Baylen Linnekin is the executive director of the Washington, DC-based grassroots nonprofit Keep Food Legal. His writings on food law have appeared both in scholarly publications like the Routledge International Handbook of Food Studies, Chapman University Law Review, and Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly and in popular publications like the Huffington Post, Baltimore Sun, and Reason, where he writes a weekly online food law and policy column. He has presented his research on food law at University of Chicago School of Law, Harvard University School of Law, Tulane University School of Law, Chapman University School of Law, Northeastern University School of Law, Suffolk University School of Law, Boston University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Pennsylvania State University, Southern Food and Beverage Museum, La Cocina Street Food Conference, and elsewhere. He has been quoted by the Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Wilson Quarterly, and Bloomberg News, and has appeared on Fox Business Channel, Al Jazeera, Minnesota Public Radio, and elsewhere.
DegreesB.A., Sociology, American University; M.A., Learning Sciences, Northwestern University; J.D., Washington College of Law; LL.M., agricultural and food law, University of Arkansas School of Law
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