Don Stull is professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of Kansas, where he taught from 1975 to 2015. His research and writing focus on the meat and poultry industry in the U.S., rural industrialization and rapid growth communities, and industrial agriculture’s impact on farmers, processing workers and host communities. He coedited "Any Way You Cut It: Meat Processing and Small-Town America" (University Press of Kansas, 1995) and coauthored "Slaughterhouse Blues: The Meat and Poultry Industry of North America" (Wadsworth, 2004, 2013).
The Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of widening the conversation about how public policies affect the day-to-day lives of people throughout our state. Don Stull is professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of Kansas. Before COVID-19, most Kansans gave little thought to meat, except as they cruised the […]