knead 2 know is the Yale Sustainable Food Program’s weekly Friday presentation series, where a student or friend of the YSFP shares their food systems research or work. In the spring, we meet over Yale Farm pizza, live music, and vibrant conversations at our Lazarus Pavilion. On April 12, we'll be hearing from Lauren Kohler ’19 about her critical investigation into the cell-based meat industry.
MapleFest is an annual festival brings together the greater New Haven community to gather at the Yale Landscape Lab barn around one of New England’s great treats. Having tapped the maple trees across campus and boiled the sap down into syrup, the YLL team structures this event to be a sweet gateway into appreciating both the products of the landscape as well as the learning experiences they allow for. Complementary workshops and talks related to maple and ranging from plant physiology to climate change to cultural history help fill out the day.
ULAM: Main Dish is the first food documentary following the rise of the Filipino food movement via chefs crossing over to the center of the American table. Described by the late food critic Jonathan Gold as “a love letter to Filipino food in America,” ULAM celebrates the power of food movements and their inextricable ties with culture and identity.
Join us at the Whitney Humanities Center for a screening of this film, followed by a moderated conversation between ULAM director Alexandra Cuerdo and Timothy Dwight Head of College Mary Lui. Here are more event details.
This event is free and open to the public. It is co-sponsored by the Yale Sustainable Food Program, Timothy Dwight College, the Whitney Humanities Center, KASAMA, the Asian American Cultural Center at Yale, and the Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration.
knead 2 know is the Yale Sustainable Food Program’s weekly Friday presentation series, where a student or friend of the YSFP shares their food systems research or work. In the spring, we meet over Yale Farm pizza, live music, and vibrant conversations at our Lazarus Pavilion. On March 29, we'll be hearing from Addee Kim '21 about her film that features women who own and operate farms in Connecticut.
Agrarian Studies Colloquium: Others Without History: Organisms as Agility-Shifting Actors in the Trajectory of Capital
The core of the Agrarian Studies Program’s activities is a weekly colloquium organized around an annual theme. Invited specialists send papers in advance that are the focus of an organized discussion by the faculty and graduate students associated with the colloquium.
This week, Anna Tsing, a professor of anthropology at University of California, Santa Cruz, will be presenting on the topic above.
Please join the Yale Center for Business and the Environment for a conversation with Jessica Perkins, Director of Sustainability at Apeel Sciences. Jessica will talk about her role at Apeel, her career journey and advice for students as they consider a career in business and the environment. Jessica will be calling in remotely, but all are welcome to come together as a group and enjoy a plant-based lunch. Here are more details.