Book Discussion with Dr. Anna Zeide
Acquired Tastes, Stories about the Origins of Modern Food
Edited By: Benjamin R. Cohen, Michael S. Kideckel, & Anna Zeide
Date: Wednesday, November 2
Time: 7 p.m. (EDT)
Join us for a book discussion on Acquired Tastes led by award winning author Dr. Anna Zeide, Associate Professor of the History Department and founding director of the Food Studies Program at Virginia Tech. The book, Acquired Tastes, tells the story of how modern food helped make modern society between 1870 and 1930; it shares stories of power and food, from bananas and beer to bread to fake meat. Dr. Zeide will give a brief presentation and participate in a Q&A discussion over zoom.
The cost of the event is $25 which includes the cost of the book; $5 of which is a donation to the Food Studies program at Virginia Tech. All books will be mailed to the address included in the registration. All books will be mailed within 7 business days of receiving your registration. Register by 10.1.22 to receive your book by 10.15.22. All registrations received after 10.1.22 cannot be guarantee arrival in time for the book discussion. Every reasonable attempt will be made to ensure your book arrives on time.
We have provided an opportunity to make an additional gift at checkout for those who would like to contribute. All gifts will benefit the Food Studies Program.

Online registration for this event has closed. You may still register by calling 540-231-8910. Thanks!