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Gabriel N. Rosenberg is an associate professor of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies and History at Duke University. He writes about the historical and contemporary linkages among gender, sexuality, race, and the global food system. His first book, The 4-H Harvest (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016), explores the history of the United States Department of Agriculture’s iconic rural youth organization. His research has won awards from the Agricultural History Society and Business History Conference, and he has held fellowships at the American Philosophical Society, the National Humanities Center, Yale University’s Program in Agrarian Studies, and the University of Pittsburgh’s Humanities Center. He is also regularly a visiting scholar at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin where he co-leads a project on the role of animals in the history of science. He is currently writing a history of the relationship between livestock breeding and human race science, Purebred: Making Meat and Eugenics in Modern America, and, with co-author Jan Dutkiewicz, he is writing a book on food politics, Feed the People!, that will be published by Basic Books in 2024.