Virtual Program: The History of America’s Kitchens

On Monday, March 20 at 7PM via Zoom, Historic New England curator Nancy Carlisle will discuss how the American kitchen has evolved from the seventeenth-century to the present. From the colonial period to the present, the kitchen has been a source of nourishment and comfort. The way Americans have lived with their kitchens has changed dramatically over the course of three centuries.

Drawing on her book America’s Kitchens, co-authored with Melinda Narardinov, Ms. Carlisle will discuss the technological and social changes that have taken place in this room and suggest how these innovations have transformed kitchen work and changed women’s lives. 

Rescheduled due to program cancelled back in February.

Register directly on Zoom HEREThis virtual event is a collaboration between several libraries.