Gigi Berardi

Huxley Professor Gigi Berardi's book "FoodWISE" has earned recognition as a finalist for the 2020 Independent Author Network Book of the Year.

The book, released in 2020, presents a systematic way of looking at food choices and was inspired by her students' questions about the "…

WWU Professor of Environmental Studies Gigi Berardi recently received the silver medal from the Living Now Book Awards for “FoodWISE,” a guide to sustainable food choices. Berardi has described the book as tackling political economy, food psychology and…

WWU Professor of Environmental Studies Gigi Berardi recently received the silver medal from the Living Now Book Awards for “FoodWISE,” a guide to sustainable food choices. Berardi has described the book as tackling political economy, food psychology and…

Western Washington University Professor of Environmental Studies Gigi Berardi will host a trio of guest speakers and discussions this quarter in conjunction with the release of her new book, FoodWISE.

All the presentations are free and open to the public, and will be held from 10-…

 

Western Today recently sat down with Huxley Professor Gigi Berardi to chat about her new book, "FoodWISE," discussing the origins of the project and how it came about to the response it has garnered and what her plans are to support the book. FoodWISE will be released by its…

For many, along with all that good cheer, the holidays bring a bunch of food-related conundrums: what to bring to the pot luck, what to eat and not eat at the company party, what gifts to buy for our culinary-focused friends and family, and how to be ecologically responsible without compromising…

This week, we’re pleased to introduce Gigi Berardi, a Fulbright scholar with more than thirty years experience in food and farm studies. More importantly for our purposes, Gigi is a sane and knowledgeable voice about how to take ownership of your relationship with food. Her new book, 

Food Wise—Gigi Berardi

To be released in January…

This past summer, WWU Professor of Environmental Studies Gigi Berardi taught a Global Learning Program course, "ENVS 437I, Geographies of Hope: Mexico’s Food, Cultures, Histories, and Activism," that brought WWU students to the rural village of Pozo Ademado  to…

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