This presentation, filmed on 15 October 2019 during the Cambridge Festival of Ideas, is part of gloknos' series on 'Everyday Objects of Food Security'.
Lesley Steinitz (Department of History, University of Cambridge) talks about the status and value of bovines and meat eating in British cultural history.
Organisers: The Centre for Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos) and the Global Food Security Interdisciplinary Research Centre (University of Cambridge).
Funders: Isaac Newton Trust and European Research Council. Producer and Scientific Advisor: Inanna Hamati-Ataya
Coordinator: Jacqueline Garget
Photography: Toby Smith