Presented by the New York Academy of Medicine, Eating Through Time will bring together bring together chefs, historians, writers, and public health experts to discuss the past, present, and future of food in society, culture, and policy. The full-day event will feature talks, panels, workshops, demonstrations, tastings, performances, book signings, food trucks, a pop-up bookstore and marketplace, historic cookbooks on display in the Academy Library, and more. Special guests include Chef Jacques Pépin, cookbook author Bryant Terry, A Place at the Table screening and Q&A with the producers, Nordic Food Lab, the Culinary Institute of America, Harvard School of Public Health, historians Ken Albala and Betty Fussell, and many more. Food and science writer Evelyn Kim is guest curator for the event.

General admission $65; VIP tickets (required for admission to Jacques Pépin’s talk) $80; general admission for students and hospital house staff (ID required) $30.