Diana Garvin gives lectures at museums and universities and provides interviews for radio and podcasts.
Areas of expertise include:
• far-right politics
• reproductive health care
• Italian food history
• coffee and caffè culture
(On right): What Can a Tea Set tell us about Politics?” lecture for the Wolfsonian-FIU Museum
Lecture for the Jacques Pépin Series at Boston University, Boston, MA (2022).
“Cook the Books: Researching the Politics of Food in Fascist Italy"
Lecture for the.mat.ics seminar series at the Hollins University in Roanoke, VA (2022).
"Model Fascist Kitchens: Architecture as Propaganda"
Lecture for the History Department of Hamilton College in Clinton, NY (2022).
“La Cucina Futurista”
Lecture for the Food for Thought seminar series at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Bologna, Italy (2018).
“Working Class Gender History”
Lecture for the Italian Studies Colloquium at Brown University, Providence, RI (2017).
“Bird Egg, Work Song, Wild Cat Strike: Women’s Anti-Fascist Resistance”
Lecture for the History of Food and Drink in Modern Europe Invitational Workshop at University of Saint Andrews, Scotland (2017).
Lecture for the “Feminism + the Senses” speaker series at the Center for the Study of Women, University of California at Los Angeles, CA (2017).