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Monday, March 12, 2018

Meet Kat Kinsman! "Hi, Anxiety: Life with a Bad Case of Nerves"

Time: 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm

Contact: Justin Nystrom · jnystrom@loyno.edu · 5048652568

Location: WRC Living Room, 315 Marquette Hall

Kat Kinsman is a writer, editor, and "talker" whose topics include "food, booze, lady-being, person-being, mental health, disabilities, sex, pop culture (especially YA novels), weddings and dogs." She is the Senior Food and Drink's editor at Time, Inc.'s breakfast-focused site ExtraCrispy and has been the Editor at Large and In Chief
at Tasting Table. Along with gathering many impressive accolades in the world of food writing, Kat has also authored a memoir titled Hi, Anxiety: Life with a Bad Case of
Nerves (Harper Collins, 2016), which makes important contributions to the
ongoing national conversation about mental health.

 

Sponsored by the Women's Resource Center and the Center for the Study of New Orleans. 

Open Kitchens: Women Chefs Changing the New Orleans Food Scene

Time: 6:30 pm to 8:30 am

Contact: Justin Nystrom · jnystrom@loyno.edu

Location: Roussel Performance Hall, 2nd Floor, Comm./Music Complex

Join our panel of dynamic women chefs and restaurateurs as they discuss the challenges and triumphs of working in one of New Orleans’s most important industries – an industry historically dominated by men. Guests include moderator Mary Sonnier of Gabrielle, and panelists Kristen Essig of Coquette, Martha Wiggins of Sylvain, and Kelly Fields of Willa Jean. The event will be introduced by food writer, Kat Kinsman.

In conjunction with this event, The Center for the Study of New Orleans and Loyola’s Womens’ Resource Center are proud to announce their joint initiative to raise two scholarships, one named for Leah Chase and one named for Ella Brennan, women whose trailblazing careers exhibited the sort of perseverance, leadership, and excellence that make them a treasure to our city.

See more: http://ccc.loyno.edu/guest/open-kitchen/