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Lecture series on our relationship with food


Food is a vital part of our existence, so it is no surprise that we are so obsessed with it. We eat for all kinds of reasons - health, pleasure, socialising, coping with stress - and at King's College London, a group of researchers and academics have devised a programme of talks & lectures for the The King's Festival of Food & Ideas, to discuss our relationship with food in more detail. The festival takes place between the 7th - 22nd March; all the talks are free to attend, but need to be booked

Feeding the World? Brazil, China and India in Global Perspective
7th March, 6.30pm-8pm

You and Your Smile
11th March, 1pm-2pm

Producing Cocoa with Child Labour in Africa
12th March, 12pm-1pm

Beefing Up Britain
12th March, 1pm-2pm

Chinese Food & Medicine
12th March, 6.30pm-7.30pm

Superfood & Heart Disease
13th March, 1pm-2pm

The Science of Chocolate
13th March, 6.30pm-8pm

Spit! What Your Saliva Says About You
14th March, 1pm-2pm

Proof is in the Pudding: Food Labelling and Healthy Eating
14th March, 6.30pm-7.30pm

Feeding the Patient: From Mrs Beeton to Mr Blumenthal
15th March, 1pm-2pm

Whisky Galore! An Historical and Practical Introduction to Scotch Whisky
15th March, 6pm-8pm

Written on the Body: How Do We Know What Ancient Peoples Ate?
15th March, 6.30pm-9.30pm

Food in Africa: Rice, Industialisation and Nigeria
18th March, 1pm-2pm

Spectacular Food: Celebrity Chefs and Food Politic
18th March, 6.30pm-7.30pm

Marching on their Stomachs: A Military History of Food
19th March, 1pm-2pm

Does Healthy Eating Cost More?
19th March, 6.30pm-7.30pm

How to Bake a Universe
19th March, 7pm-8pm

The Slow Food Revolution?
20th March, 1pm-2pm

Peasants, Pestilence and Pottage: The Medieval Diet
20th March, 6.30pm-7.30pm

A Plateful of Ethics: Food Dilemmas, Digested
21st March, 1pm-2pm

The Dark Side of Food: Eating Disorders, Comfort Eating and Food Addiction
6.30pm-8pm

The Impact of Diet on the Brain and Mental Health
22nd March, 1pm-2pm

Sweet Talk: The Language of Food Politics
22nd March, 1pm-2pm

Film: Babette's Feast
22nd March, 6.30pm-9pm
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When: 7th-22nd March
Phone: 02078483382
Website: www.kcl.ac.uk
Where: King's College, Strand Campus
Cost: Free
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