LSE public lecture
Date: Thursday 30 May 2013
Venue: New Theatre, East Building
Speaker: Professor Michael Pollan
Chair: Professor Bridget Hutter
The food writer and journalist discusses what is at stake when we let corporations do the cooking, and why we need to take back control of our diets for the sake of our health, our environment and our family and social lives.
Michael Pollan is professor of journalism at Berkeley and one of Time Magazine’s one hundred most influential people in the world. His new book is Cooked: a natural history of transformation.
Suggested hashtag for this event for Twitter users: #LSEcooking
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A podcast of this event is available to download from Cooking as a Political Act.
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