What: Choice Receipts: The Building of a Culinary Collection
Join this intriguing introduction to one of the country’s most significant culinary history research collections, the Schlesinger Library. We’ll consider how cookbooks and other culinary resources nourish our understanding of the past and present.
Who: Marylène Altieri, Curator of Published and Printed Materials, Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Harvard Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University
When: Tuesday, May 10, 2022, 4:00 p.m. ET
The NSCDA’s National Historic Activities Committee is delighted to sponsor a four-part lecture series, “Food for Thought: A Cookbook Story,” that explores how food permeates, informs, and defines a culture ... ours!
Using cookbooks as historical reflections of the past, we’ll unpack a variety of topics using a variety of methods, from performance to lectures. Each will fill about an hour and will be offered on a unique and secure Zoom link.
This NSCDA-sponsored opportunity is free to ALL of our NSCDA members. This lecture is also available to the general public for a modest suggested donation of $5 per participant.