Roundtables

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A day of free conversations about the migration of people and food in American history.

Friday, November 2, 2018

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ABOUT

The Smithsonian Food History Roundtables are a series of free, moderated conversations for all inquiring minds. Leading researchers, practitioners, and thinkers come together to address big issues around food in America via four roundtable sessions over the course of the day. All sessions are free with registration strongly recommended and all sessions will be held in the Warner Bros. Theater at the National Museum of American History.

Accessibility: Please notify us as soon as possible at foodhistory@si.edu if you have any accessibility needs for the Roundtables.

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REGISTRATION

The Roundtables are free for all to attend with registration strongly recommended.

Why should you register? Seating capacity at the Roundtables is limited and will be filled on a first come, first seated basis first for all registered attendees and then to all walk-ins. Only Registered attendees to the full day or Session 1 will be permitted to enter the museum early at 9:30 a.m. for the first session of the day. The museum will open to the public and walk-in attendees at 10:00 a.m.

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WATCH ONLINE

For all our food history friends who are not able to attend in person - we'll bring the Roundtables to you! 

Stay tuned for livestream info for 2018. 

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2018 FULL SCHEDULE 

The 2018 schedule and line up will be announced in August 2018. 


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2017 PARTICIPANTS

The 2018 schedule and line up will be announced in August 2018. 

 


If you would like to support the 2017 Food History Weekend or for more information on how to get involved, please contact Kari Fantasia, Deputy Director for External Affairs, at 202-633-3302 or FantasiaKa@si.edu.