by Marion Nestle

Upcoming appearances

The 6th Annual George McGovern lecture at FAO, Rome (photo: U.S. Department of State)

The 6th Annual George McGovern lecture at FAO, Rome (photo: U.S. Department of State)

For appearance and lecture inquiries, please contact:

Steven Barclay Agency
12 Western Avenue
Petaluma, CA 94952
(707) 773-0654

steven@barclayagency.com
www.barclayagency.com

Sep 30 2022

Philadelphia: Expo East and Food Tank

This is a Fireside Chat at Expo East’s Sustainability Summit with Food Tank’s Danielle Nierenberg at 2:55 at the Philadelphia Convention Center.  Information about Expo East, the Natural Products Trade Show, is here.

Oct 1 2022

Denver: Edible Communities and Food Tank

I am doing another Fireside Chat with Food Tank’s Danielle Nierenberg at 9:35 a.m.  Information about the conference is here.

Oct 6 2022

New York: MOFAD and WNYC

This is a talk with Laura Shapiro on the new book, Slow Cooked: An Unexpected Life in Food Politics.  It will be held at the Greene Space, 44 Charlton, 7:00-8:15.

Information about tickets is here.

[Note: book can be ordered at 30% off from www.ucpress.edu/9780520384156, using source code 21W2240 at checkout]

Oct 12 2022

Online: NYU Fales Library

This is to launch my new memoir: Slow Cooked: An Unexpected Life in Food Politics. I will discuss the book with Clark Wolf.  [Note: book can be ordered at 30% off from www.ucpress.edu/9780520384156, using source code 21W2240 at checkout]

Oct 13 2022

Online: NYC Food Policy Center

This is a conversation with Charles Platkin and Hunter’s NYC Food Policy Center about Slow Cooked.  It starts at 9:30 am and runs for an hour.  Register for it here.

The book can be ordered at UCPress.edu at a 30% discount using the code 21W2240 at checkout.

Oct 16 2022

Columbus, OH: World Food Day and Food Tank

I will be speaking at a Food Tank conference on World Food Day.   Details to come.

Oct 18 2022

Online: World Health Summit

This is a panel presentation at this Summit  in conjunction with the World Health Organization.  The Summit is in Berlin.  Information is here.   My presentation is online from 8:oo to 9:30 a.m.  East Coast time.  I will briefly discuss, per instructions, “the risks of commercial actors and the strategies they employ to promote products to health and nutrition- and the actions needed by governments to tackle these risks.”  Link to follow.

Oct 30 2022

Oakland, CA: Women in Food and Agriculture

I am gathering with WOFA from 12-2 pm to talk about Slow Cooked.  This is co-hosted by WOFA member Dr. Rupa Marya, founder of The Deep Medicine Circle (DMC). It will be at Rooftop Medicine Farm,5110 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland (on top of Whole Foods Market, the roof of Logan apartment building), in Oakland’s Temescal neighborhood.  Potluck.  Registration link to come.

Nov 1 2022

Berkeley: KPFA lecture series

I’ll be talking about Slow Cooked: An Unexpected Life in Food Politics.  This will be a conversation with Nina Ichikawa of the Berkeley Food Institute at the First Congregational Church, 2345 Channing Way, Berkeley  7:00 pm followed by book signing.  More details to come.

[Note: book can be ordered at 30% off from www.ucpress.edu/9780520384156, using source code 21W2240 at checkout]

Nov 2 2022

San Francisco: Omnivore Books

I’ll be speaking about Slow Cooked: An Unexpected Life in Food Politics, and signing books at 6:30 P.M.  Attendance is free.  Information is here.

Nov 4 2022

Petaluma: Copperfields

I’ll be talking about Slow Cooked: An Unexpected Life in Food Politics in a conversation with Clark Wolf, co-sponsored by KRCB.  This is at 7:00 pm at 140 Kentucky St,

Nov 5 2022

Seattle: Town Hall

This is a book talk about Slow-Cooked.  Town Hall, 1119 8th Ave, Seattle WA 98101 (West Entrance), 7:00 p.m.

Order book at https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520384156/slow-cooked.  For 30% off, use code 21W2240 at checkout.

 

Nov 16 2022

Orlando: American College of Lifestyle Medicine

I am giving the closing keynote to the annual conference of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine.  Information about the conference is here.  My talk is titled “Food Politics 2022: Impact on Lifestyle Medicine.”  Details to follow.

To see past appearances, click here.