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Visiting Scholar Massimo Bottura Promotes Social Justice with Food

  By Fabio Parasecoli, Associate Professor and the Coordinator of Food Studies As food becomes more visible and central in contemporary culture, media, and politics, chefs are increasingly expected to participate in current debates on important issues ranging from health to justice and the environment. In particular, those who enjoy global visibility and celebrity appeal at times may […]

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Designing the Future of Food

  We can learn something – actually quite a lot – about our culture by looking at how we imagine the future of food. Are we all going to starve, as Malthus prophesied back in the eighteenth century? Or will we find ways to feed the growing humankind? And what kind of resilience will we […]

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Massimo Bottura and Alex Atala: the kitchen and the food system

By Fabio Parasecoli, Associate professor and coordinator of food studies, The New School. Chefs, in particular those who enjoy global visibility and celebrity appeal, are somehow expected to play the role of modern maîtres à penser and to take the lead in introducing changes in the way we produce, eat, and dispose of food. While some […]

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