Campus Kitchen and the Women’s Center are hosting a three-part discussion series for members of the Wake Forest University community. The series, based on Dr. Vandana Shiva’s book Staying Alive: Women, Ecology and Development, begins in October and culminates with Shiva’s keynote lecture on November 4th. Each deliberative dialogue is facilitated by a topical expert and meets in the new Campus Kitchen lounge. Books are provided for the first 25 participants. Register here on the Campus Kitchen website to join the deliberative dialogue.

October 15th, 12:30-2:00pm

Paige Meltzer, Director of the WFU Women’s Center, and Alisha Giri (’15)

October 21st, 3:30-4:30pm

Pat Lord, Director of the Health Professions Program at WFU, and Nick Bennett (’15)

October 27th, 7:00-8:30pm

Tyler Jenkins, CTG Region 3 Urban Coordinator, and Elizabeth Busby (’15)

If you are a Wake Forest University community member or a member of the greater Winston-Salem community and are interested in organizing a discussion of one of Dr. Shiva’s books or articles prior to her November keynote, please contact the Office of Sustainability at