Carnegie Mellon University
November 11, 2021

A Conversation with Ronit Vered: A Portrait of Cuisine in the Land of Israel

Ronit Vered is a journalist and a food researcher. Her column engages with local food traditions and has appeared weekly since 2007 in the Haaretz newspaper. Ronit is a frequent lecturer and moderator of international panels on themes relating to cuisines and identity, food and politics, the Jewish kitchen, and the flourishing of Israeli and Palestinian cuisines. In the past few years she has also been involved in culinary curation, creating artistic-culinary programs for cultural institutions (including the Tel Aviv university art gallery, the Jerusalem Cinematheque and the Polish Cultural Institute). She teaches a course in Local cuisine culture at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem and acts as senior consultant and Gallery curator at "Asif: culinary institute of Israel".


The event will be moderated by Michal Friedman and Nevine Abraham.

Event details:
November 17th, 2021: 1:30-2:45pm EST // 8:25-9:45pm Tel Aviv (GMT+2)
This event is virtual only. Please pre-register here.
Co-sponsored by Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Department of Modern Languages, the Department of History, and Classrooms Without Borders.