Would you like to stay up to date on news and information related to the work we’re doing at Conflict Cuisine®? Here are just a few resources we think are doing an exceptional job of telling the story:
Open Belly Podcast
Munchies Vice News
The New York Times – Food
TED – Food
Washington Post – Food
The New Food Economy
The Food Beast
The EAT Forum
Grist – Food
Slow Food USA
The Plate archives by National Geographic
Enemy Kitchen by Michael Rakowitz at MCA Chicago
Museum of Food and Drink
When Food Gets Political
Climate Change and Food Security: A Test of U.S. Leadership in a Fragile World
In addition to these news sites, you can find our founder, Johanna Mendelson Forman’s cookbook recommendations here on 1,000 cookbooks!
Check here for events related to Conflict Cuisine® and others working at the nexus of food and war.
Profs & Pints September 17, 2020 at 7PM – “A History of American Dining” The menus of American restaurants have changed dramatically over the years, with the Great Depression, Prohibition, wars, and sweeping social changes all having an impact on what was served and which establishments were around to serve it.
Profs & Pints September 21, 2020 at 7PM – “Race and Fast Food” Join Professor Marcia Chatelain of Georgetown University for a discussion of what she discovered in researching her new book, Franchise, which uncovers the hidden history of McDonald’s complex role in America’s fight against racial inequality.