Friday, December 2, 2022
10:00 am to 3:30 pm
Keynote: Friday, December 2
4:00 pm to 5:45 pm, with a reception to follow.
Marion Nestle (Nutrition Science, NYU)
"Food, Ethics, Politics: The View from 2022"
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment,
Maeder Hall, Room 002
Saturday, December 3, 2022
10:00 am to 2:15 pm
To register to attend in person, click here.
Food is ineluctably political. From farm bills and safety laws to distribution rules and dietary guidelines, there are political ingredients in almost every food item we purchase, consume, or waste.
This edition of the Food, Ethics, X workshop brings together nutrition scientists, ethicists, and activists to discuss the political features of our contemporary foodscape.
Friday, December 2
10:15- 11:30 Bob Fischer (Texas State University): Making Tradeoffs in the Food System: How to Compare Welfare Across Species
11:45-1:00 Alice Crary (The New School) and Lori Gruen (Wesleyan University): The Animal Crisis is a Human Crisis
2:15-3:30 Brenda Sanders, (Rhe Greener Kitchen, Baltimore, Afro-Vegan Society): Advocating For Food Justice At the Margins of Society
4:00-5:45 Keynote: Marion Nestle (New York University): Food, Ethics, Politics: The View from 2022
Saturday, December 3
10:00-11:15 Gene Baur (Farm Sanctuary Organization): The Politics of Holding Factory Farms Accountable
11:30-12:45 Christopher Carter (University of San Diego): Food Pyramid Scheme
1:00-2:15 (over provided lunch): Anne Barnhill (Johns Hopkins University): Human Rights and Food Systems
Anne Barnhill, Johns Hopkins University
Gene Baur, Farm Sanctuary Organization
Mark Budolfson, Rutgers University
Christopher Carter, University of San Diego
Alice Crary, The New School
Bob Fischer, Texas State University
Lori Gruen, Wesleyan University
Marion Nestle, New York University
Brenda Sanders, The Greener Kitchen (Baltimore), Afro-Vegan Society
Food, Ethics, X is an annual workshop series. Each year the “X” substitutes for a different concept: in 2020 it was “Psychology,” in 2021 it was “Technology,” in 2022 it is “Politics,” and in 2023 it will be “Religion.”
Food, Ethics, X is organized by Andrew Chignell, Tania Lombrozo, and Peter Singer.
Sponsored by the University Center for Human Values in cooperation with the faculty-led Princeton Food Project and the
student-run Princeton Vegan Network.