Inspired by the Food, Power, Politics: The Story of School Lunch exhibit and the School Lunch Challenge cooking competition, the Russell Library established the Food, Power and Politics lecture in 2020. This lecture seeks to use food as a pathway to educate the University of Georgia, Athens-Clarke County, and wider publics about history, politics, nutrition, community, and culture.
This event is made possible by the Richard B. Russell Foundation Programming Endowment. Major event sponsors include the Russell Library, UGA Libraries, and College of Family and Consumer Sciences.
For more information about the Food, Power and Politics Lecture, please contact Dr. Kaylynn Washnock Stooksbury at email@example.com or 706-542-5788.
Food, Power, and Politics Lecturers
2020: Dr. Marion Nestle, Paulette Goddard Professor Emerita - New York University
2021: Dr. Susan B. Levine, Professor Emerita - University of Illinois-Chicago; Wendi Gosliner, Project Scientist, Nutrition Policy Institute - University of California; Andrew R. Ruis, Associate Director for Research, Epistemic Analytics - University of Wisconsin-Madison
2022: Dr. Shane Hamilton, Reader in Strategy, Management and Society - University of York (UK)
2023: Maurice Bailey, President & CEO of Save Our Legacy Ourself (SOLO) - Sapelo Island, GA