by Marion Nestle

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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 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.  Ticketing info is here.

[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.

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 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.”

Oct 12 2022

Online: NYU Fales Library

This is to launch my new memoir: Slow Cooked: An Unexpected Life in Food Politics. This is a n NYU Fales Library event,  in conversation with food consultant, Clark Wolf.

Register and RSVP HERE

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

Sep 14 2022

Online: Cambridge Health Alliance

My talk is on ““Food politics, 2022: What clinicians need to know.”  It’s at noon.  Microsoft Teams link:  meet.google.com/zjf-bqwc-ixx

Sep 22 2022

Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina

I’m giving a pandemic-postponed talk in a series honoring the Gillings School of Public Health’s Department of Nutrition’s 75th anniversary: Food Politics in the Coronavirus Era: What’s Next?   Lecture 5:00-6:30 p.m., reception to follow.   Rosenau Hall, 175 Dauer Drive