Category: Lectures

Fall 2021 Pépin Lecture Series in Food Studies & Gastronomy

Fall 2020 lectures will be presented in webinar format. Registration is free and open to the public: please follow the link for each program to register.  Cheffes de Cuisine: Women and Work in the Professional French Kitchen Rachel Black, Associate Professor, Anthropology Department Connecticut College Though women enter France’s culinary professions at higher rates than […]

Inside the Art for the Living Landscapes Conference

…And how to get a postcard with the artwork! Meet the artist behind our stunning conference art, Kimberly Barzola. Born and raised on the North Shore of Massachusetts, Kimberly is a first-generation Quechua artist and librarian/archivist in training. Her primary mediums include muralism, relief printmaking, and acrylic painting; some of her vibrant murals can be […]

Living Landscapes:

A Conference Using Foraging to Explore the Intersections of Environmental Stewardship, Racial Justice & Food Sovereignty Join the Boston University Gastronomy community for in-depth discussions and (remote) hands-on foraging experiences! Since the start of the pandemic, the connections between environmental racism, climate change, land (in)access, social justice, and food sovereignty have become clearer than ever. […]