Booklaunch: Food Trucks, Cultural Identity, and Social Justice

Booklaunch: Food Trucks, Cultural Identity, and Social Justice

QI sectors

Social & Cultural
  • Training & Research
  • Urban

Keywords

  • booklaunch
  • McGill University
  • concordia
  • foodtruck

Type of event

  • Networking

Adresse

Quartier de l'innovation
1361 rue William
Montréal
(Quebec)
H3C 1R4

Event details

Pricing:
Gratuit

Booklaunch: Food Trucks, Cultural Identity, and Social Justice

Published on:
October 30, 2017
Event date:
Monday, 30 October, 2017 - 17:00 to 19:00

Montreal Book Launch
‘Food Trucks, Cultural Identity and Social Justice’

Join us for the Montreal book launch of Food Trucks, Cultural Identity & Social Justice organized in Quartier de l'innovation's new office! This book examines the food truck phenomenon in North American cities from Los Angeles to Montreal, taking a novel perspective: social justice.

A panel discussion hosted by Angelique Mannella (McGill University) will feature Julian Agyeman (Tufts University, McConnell - Cities for people, publication director), Jean-François Archambault (La Tablée des Chefs) and Alan Eric Nash (Concordia University). Remarks from Jayne Engle (McConnell Foundation) and Richard Shearmur (McGill University) will also be heard.

It will also be the occasion to meet Maison de l'innovation sociale's team who will join us for the event.

There will be signed copies of the book for sale, and the Tablée des chefs Food Bus will make sure to feed you! The event will be free to attend, be sure to sign up on our Eventbrite page to reserve a spot.

This event is presented by McGill UniversityConcordia University and the Quartier de l'Innovation, with the generous support of the McConnell FondationCities for people, and collaboration of the Tablée des Chefs and the Maison de l'innovation sociale.

> Monday October 30th, 2017 : 5-7pm, discussion at 5:30pm

> Quartier de l’innovation - 1361, Rue William, Montreal

Register here, it's free!

Booklaunch: Food Trucks, Cultural Identity, and Social Justice