Culture of The Furman Dining Hall
This film provides an in-depth exploration of the culture of the Daniel Dining Hall at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. Through various interviews, both with students and staff, this film captures the day-to-day operations of the facility—exploring relationships between students and the workers who serve them. Students explain the connections they feel with various employees at the Dining Hall. Managers, floor staff, and kitchen staff speak about behind-the-scenes aspects of Furman University’s primary food-service provider. The film delivers an anthropological background of a campus landmark.
Celia Castellano and Ben Hinson
Ben Hinson and Celia Castellano
"Mario in Love" by Cambo (Attribution-NonCommercial)
This work was supported by the staff and resources of the Furman University Writing and Media Lab.
Shown as a part of Furman Engaged! 2018
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Castellano, Celia and Hinson, Ben, "Culture of The Furman Dining Hall" (2018). Visual Anthropology Films. 15.