by Marion Nestle

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Mar 3 2024

Tenafly, NJ: Sunday of Strong Women

I’m speaking to the Kaplen Jewish Community Center’s Sunday of Strong Women about Slow Cooked. along with Lisa Belkin and Emi Nietfeld.  Information and registration are here.

Jan 9 2024

San Francisco: Conference on Industry Impact on Health

I’m on a response panel at the conclusion of the UCSF Symposium to Evaluate and Counter Harmful Industry Impacts on Health. It’s at 12:30 at UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center, Fisher Banquet Room West, 1675 Owens Street #UNIT 251 San Francisco.  Information about the conference is hereRegister here.

Jan 7 2024

San Francisco: CPS lecture

This is CPS lecture #159 on food politics, Blue Zones, and Slow Cooked.  CPS is a series sponsored by the diaTribe Foundation in honor of the memory of Cyril Patrick Shaughnessy.  6:00 p.m.  Free, but registration required.  Register here for information, tickets, and to get address.

Dec 6 2023

New York: Slow Food

I’m moderating an online webinar on the new Slow Food book, Ark of Taste, with authors David S. Shields and Giselle Kennedy Lord.  For information and registration click here.  It’s at 4:00 p.m. EST.

Nov 1 2023

NYU Wagner Food Policy Alliance

I’m on a panel on State of the Field: Food Policy with Yvette Cabrera, director of food waste for the National Resources Defense Council, and Liz Carollo, assistant director for food access and agriculture, GrowNYC.  6:30 p.m. 295 Lafayette (Puck Building), 3rd Floor Mulberry Room.  Should be fun!

Nov 1 2023

Online: NYU Fales Library Critical Topics

I’m on a panel on “Food media: old school, new school, no school,” with ANIKAH SHAOKAT, Associate Editor at Epicurious; PAOLO LUCCHESI, Editorial Director at Resy; KIM SEVERSON, Pulitzer Prize winning reporter for The New York Times; JENNIFER BERG, Chair, Department of Nutrition and Food Studies at NYU.  Moderated by CLARK WOLF, Author & NPR Host.  Free, but info and registration here.

Oct 18 2023

University of Wisconsin, River Falls: Wyman Visiting Professor Lecture

I’m giving the Walker D. and Helen Bryant Wyman Visiting Professorship lecture, 5:00-6:30 p.m. in the Kinnickinnic Theater, third floor, University Center, 501 Wild Rose Ave.  The topic: Food Politics 2023.

Sep 25 2023

Mexico City: Alianza por la Salud Alimentaria