We Are What we Eat: Introduction to Food Studies                  Concordia University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Montreal, Quebec.



“EAT, WASTE, MAKE for 2030: Experimenting with a critical design process as an everyday intervention to waste production”. Transitions 2018, Montreal, February 2-4th, 2018.


Encounter 2030: Food waste and Speculative Visioning. Non Complaint Futures, Sight and Sound Festival. Eastern Bloc, Montreal, Quebec.

Performing Food, Eating Ourselves: a little embodied course work. Joint Praxis Session CAFS/CATR joint session. Co-presenters, Natalie Doonan, Edward Whittall and David Szanto. Ryerson University. Toronto, Ontario.

What we waste: Subverting domestic food practices with experimental creation-based methodologies. Collaboratory for Ethnographic Experimentation Network Workshop, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal.


Rotting Potatoes: Participatory Making with Food Waste. Interactive Making Workshop. Concordia University, Montreal Quebec. 

Encounters between Matters of Food and WasteConsumption and Detritus, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec


Tudge, Pamela. Review of Food, Family and Work by Rebecca O’Connell and Julie Brannen. Cuizine, vol. 9: 2, 2018.

 Tudge, Pamela. ‘Tis the Season to redesign and reduce our waste’ The Conversation. December 14, 2017.

Tudge, P. H. Event Review of BPLTC III: Food Control. Canadian Food Studies/La Revue canadienne des études sur l'alimentation. Vol. 3: 1, 119-123, 2016.

Tudge, Pamela. Representing the Canadian Left in Left History. Left History 18.2., 25-32, 2015.

Tudge, Pamela. 2014. Event Review of Hedonistika at Montreal. Musee D’art Contemporain De Montreal. Canadian Food Studies/La Revue canadienne des études sur l'alimentation. Vol.1: 2, 15-19, 2014.