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2023 - Food Rules & Rituals
The draft papers are now being edited, to be published in time for the 2024 Symposium.
Fasting Regulations in the Reformation Era
Ken Albala
Fancy a Cuppa Milk Tea?: A Psychogeography of the Hong Kong Afternoon Tea Ritual
Hei Kiu Au
Shrouding the Caucasus: Georgian Hospitality Rituals through the French Gaze
Janet Beizer
The Hearth of a Culture and the Frankenstein Corn
Gabriela Berti, Jaime Lieberman
Negotiating the Availability and Consumption of Halal Food in Tokyo
Kirsty Bouwers
Black, White, and Tan: The Rules and Rituals of a Jim-Crow-Era ‘Spook Breakfast’ in Kansas City, Missouri, 1935-1939
Andrea Broomfield
Food Rules and Rituals: Etiquette for the Cosmic Table
Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus
Spaghetti – Never on Sunday… well, almost never: Structure and Rules in an Endocuisine
Anthony F. Buccini
A Battle at the Bar: The Pintxo’s Conflict Between Codification and Authenticity in Real Time
Marti Buckley
Reforming Body and Soul: Malta’s Prison Food Experience 1920-1939
Noel Buttigieg
Kaiseki Cuisine and the Meanings of Food in Japan
Voltaire Cang
Boundaries, Bitters, and Puffing Guns: The Sensorial Unmaking of the Food Museum
Jessica Carbone
The Roman Napkin: From Simple Tools to Status Symbols
Scott A. Cochran
From Farm (and Forest) To Table: The Food and Feeding Rituals of Benjamin and Ruth Koren
Tali Cohen
Adults Also Play with Their Food
Nathalie Cooke
Moderation in Greek Culinary Culture: The Example of Retsina
Yiorgos Darlas
Exploring the Relationship between Rituals and Food at Oxford Colleges Formal Halls
Devika .
Never Eat a Pigeon with a Pumpkin: A Model of the Emergence of Food Superstitions
Len Fisher, Anders Sandberg
Corn, Beans and Squashing Colonialism: Anishinaabe Food and Law-Making
Cass Gardiner
From Recipes to Remote Work: Technology’s Influence on the Preservation and Evolution of Contemporary Food Rituals During COVID-19
Mandira Ghai
Versatile Ritual: Structure, Resistance and Culinary Virtuosity in the Israeli Mimouna
Rafi Grosglik, André Levy
Early Twentieth Century Viennese Cake-Mix: Changing the Rules, Erasing the Recipe?
Naomi Guttman
Rituals of Hygiene in the Cathedral of Meat
Jack Hanlon
Jesus Christ’s Uncanny Godfathers in the Mexican Bureaucracy: Traditional Rituals in Workplaces around Tamales on Candlemas Day
Diego Emiliano Jaramillo Navarro
Food Rules in the Pride Lands
Laura Kitchings
Berches: A Ritual Bread in Its Cultural Contexts
Petra Kopf, Susan Weingarten
‘That sweet is that fish, which is not fish at all’: A Note on Lenten Foods from a Medieval Hebrew Encyclopedia and Its History
Joshua Lovinger
Connecting Crumbs: An Intellectual and Information Science History of Special Food Collections
James Edward Malin
A Diabetic’s Digest: What Following 183 People with Diabetes in India, Denmark, USA, and China Taught Me about Designing Rituals for Coping
Priya Mani
Rice Stories: Rituals of Prosperity and Fertility
Rebecca D. Mazumdar
Eating and Feeding Rituals and Edicts in Persianate Societies: From Sofreh to Tārof, Nazri, and Beyond
Nader Mehravari
Mahaprasad: The Sacred Food of Devotion and Ritual
Shweta Mohapatra
The Impact of Early Buddhism on Food Rituals in Sri Lanka
Jennifer Moragoda
What Would You Know, Derrida?
Jennie Moran
Changing Food Rules and Rituals in Indigenous Tokunoshima
Hanika Nakagawa
Irish Harvest Rituals and Customs – A Study of Food in Irish Folklore Archives
Caitríona Nic Philibín
Slurping Certitude: The Evolving Evaluation Ritual of Specialty Coffee
Jennifer Rugolo
‘Perfectly Civilised and Proper’: The Social and Cultural History of Blood as Food in Ireland
Kate Ryan
Miraculous Water and the Concept of Barakah: Cooking with Rainwater, Water-Drinking Rituals, and Smoking Jugs in Saudi Hijaz
Salma Serry
Maintaining, Adapting, and Creating Tradition on the Colonial Australian Christmas Table, 1788-1901
Madeline Shanahan
The Enduring Rule of Red Meat with Red Wine
Richard Warren Shepro
Vegan Studies for the Global South? Negotiating Dietary Rules in a Warming World
B. Jamieson Stanley
Rhyming Recipes: The Curious Case of the Liber Cure Cocorum
Florence Swan
Regarding the Lesbian Potluck
Kate Thomas
Baking Bread and Building Ovens: Ritual, Sustenance and the Bread Ovens of Quebec
Nicholas Tosaj
Fortune, Dog Meat, and Cosmic Accounting: The Vietnamese Feast of Bad Luck
Khanh-Linh Trinh
Large Double Double: How Tim Hortons Coffee Ritualizes Canadian Identity
Anne Urbancic
R(y)eluctance in the US – Maintaining Order through Othering
Laura Valli
Saint Joseph’s Tables: The Changing Meanings of a Southern Italian Ritual
Sean Wyer
2022 - Portable Food: Food away from the Table
The papers are available to buy as the 2022 Proceedings.
From the Ritual to the Street: Çiğ Köfte as an Example of Food Culture Change
Sinem Akman, Serkan Çelik
Dietary Advice for Travelers from the Mid Sixteenth Century to Early Seventeenth Century with Two Test Cases: Michel de Montaigne and Fynes Moryson
Ken Albala
We Are Open, Says the City
Tamar Babuadze
Urban Nomads and Vagabond Food: Eating Away from the Table in Nineteenth-Century France
Janet Beizer
When the Lord Eats Away from the Table: Outdoor Food in Indian Gaudiya Vaishnavism
Tanushree Bhowmik
Cunard and Collins: Portable Food and Evolving Notions of Customer Service at Sea, 1840–1880
Andrea Broomfield
From ‘Peanut Weddings’ to ‘Beef Stands’: The Socio-Culinary History of Chicago’s ‘Italian Beef’
Anthony Buccini
Achar: An Unexpected Stowaway on the Ships of the Dutch East India Company
Kathleen Burke
Food for Travel, Travel for Food: The Story of Ekiben
Voltaire Cang
The Raw and Disorder: Portable Feast, Blood, and Raw Meat Salads in the Contemporary Political Movements in Thailand
Nattha Chuenwattana, Chonlatorn Wongrussame
Consider the Lunchbox
Jesse Dart
Wondering about the Wandering Tiffins: Preliminary Steps towards a History of Multi-Tiered Food Boxes
Mennat-Allah El Dorry
Savour the Flavour?: A Portable History of Instant Coffee
Julia Fine
Pulling the Rabbit Out of a Half Loaf: The South African Bunny Chow
Hennie Fisher
Mobile Gastronomies: A Case Study of Food on Wheels Culture in Hyderabad, South India
Kashyapi Ghosh, V. Vamshi Krishna Reddy
The ‘tacos de canasta’ (Basket Tacos) in the University: An Example of the Close Relationship between Informality and Mobility
María Fernanda Estrada González, Ayari G. Pasquier Merino
An Exploration of Food Mobility through the Cultural Practice of Koseli in Contemporary Nepal
Binti Gurung
Fair Food to Walk With
Peter Hertzmann
Dispatches from the Chicken Sandwich Wars
Michael Johnson
Istanbul’s Portable Food Practices in the Case of Dolma
Pırıl Kardigan
Provisioning for Adventures: Meanings of Paddington Bear’s Marmalade Sandwiches
Laura Kitchings
Serving the Global Nation: Menus from the Royal Dutch Airlines
Charlotte Kleyn, Aimée Plukker
Saraband for the Greek Picnics of the 1950s to 1970s: Keftedes (Meatballs) against Zwan (Luncheon Meat); La Vache qui Rit Processed Cheese and the First Canned Dolmades (Stuffed Vine Leaves)
Aglaia Kremezi
Don’t Eat Out: The Lactating Virgin in Twelfth-Century French Sculpture
Mazi Kuzi
Eating in Public in Antiquity: Honorable or Obscene?
Joshua Lovinger
Food for the Final Journey: Feeding the Soul in Hindu Death Rituals
Priya Mani
Sweets in the Pockets: Food, Gender and Indulgence in Early Modern Spain
Marta Manzanares Mileo
Picnicking in Iran: From Cemeteries to Ski Slopes, Caves, Traffic Circles, and Beaches
Nader Mehravari
Food on the Move: Commensality inside an Indian Train Compartment
Shirin Mehrotra
An Army Marches on Its Stomach: Portable Foods in War and Peace
Johanna Mendelson Forman
Going to the Gahambar: Tradition and Invention in Parsi Community Feasts
Meher Mirza
The Perils and Promises of Portability: Sweets and Snacks in Modernizing Japan
Tatsuya Mitsuda
Connected Food: Preserving Traditional Food Practices via Portable Foods
Sevgi Mutlu Sirakova
Leaf-Wrapped Food Packages: Supporting Movements from the #endsars Protests to Migration
Freda Muyambo
Jewish Cooks in Medieval Fustat (Old Cairo): A ‘Non-Kosher’ Case from the Fourteenth Century
Adi Namia-Cohen
A Rational Approach: Portable and Practical Eating 'Beyond the Seas'
Jacqueline Newling
Hoosh, Dogs, and Seal Meat: The Role of Food in the Race to the South Pole
Diana Noyce
Evolution of Dhabas and the Fading Practice of Safari-Khana
Navreet Kaur Rana
From the Steppe to Space: Portable Power of Qurut!
Simi Rezai-Ghassemi
Cooking Summer by the Beach: Wellness Policies, Modernity, and Eurocentrism in Three Egyptian Cookbooks (1950-1968)
Salma Serry
Pemmican: An Ideal Trail Food
C. Thomas Shay
‘The Clever Dining Car Conductor’: The Creation of a Luxury Dining Experience on the Move in Britain, 1879-1948
Chloe Shields
Portable Poetic Commensality: Reflections on the Use of Food Language in Ancient Israel’s Pilgrimage Songs (Psalms 120-134)
Michelle Stinson
Travelling Silver for Those Not to the Manor Born: Old Sheffield Plate and Electroplated Silver in Travel Equipage and Cutlery, from 1730 to the Belle Epoque
Carolyn Tillie
Food for Walking: Food on the Backs of Travellers on the Camino Real de Tierra Adentro
Jaime Iram Vargas Barrientos
Inside the Box: Eating on the Rails in Japan
Merry White
Sticky Fingers on the Keyboard: Al Desko Dining in the Age before Deliveroo
Calum Young
2021 - Food & Imagination
The papers are available to buy as the 2021 Proceedings.
Imaginary Diets, Edible Masculinities: Pirate Food in History and Fiction
Volker Bach
Chaat: Why India’s Beloved Snack Is also a Feat of the Imagination
Vidya Balachander
Eat, Lose, Imagine
Janet Beizer
Delicacies Real and Imagined: Food and Drink as a Diplomatic Gift
Paul Brummell
Poetic Wisdom and Food for the ‘Savage Mind’: Greek Tamisos and Provençal Toma as Evidence of Ancient Celtic Cheesemaking
Anthony Buccini
The Infidels’ Drink: Coffee Encounters and Transformations in Early Modern Malta
Noel Buttigieg
‘Imagine a zoo …’ – Show and Surprise Dishes in German Medieval Cuisine, an Homage to the Medieval Chef
Astrid Böhm, Julia Eibinger, Helmut W. Klug
Edibly Ever After: The Foods of Seventeenth Century French Fairy Tales
Mary Margaret Chappell
European TV Dinners
Rares Craiut
Waterloo Porridge and Plentiful Yorkshire Teas: Food and the Creation of Northern English Identities in Mid-Nineteenth Century Novels
Gill Eastabrook
Imaginary Feasts: Virtual Meals in a Second World War Prison Camp and in COVID Times
Suzanne Evans
Celebrating the Franco-Russian Alliance: French Chefs as Purveyors of Influence and Creators of Culinary Imagination
Caroline Favre
Imagination and Food in the Black Diaspora
Rebecca Fils-Aime
Food and Foodways in Science Fiction
Len Fisher, Anders Sandberg
Saving Food in Bulgaria: Imagining Hopeful Futures Through Quiet Food Sovereignty
Lindsey Foltz
A Conceit of Coney: Britain’s First Television Food History Programme - How Philip Harben Pulled a Rabbit out of a Castle to Imagine what Food Broadcasts May Have Looked like in Elizabethan Times
Kevin Geddes
Feast for the Soul: Food Imaginaries in a South Indian Performance
Sudha Gopalakrishnan
Food as Fun and Fantasy in the Old Comedy of Ancient Athens
Christopher Grocock
The Curious Case of Nala’s Mirror on Cooking: Innovation in Medieval Indian Cookbook Writing
Andrea Gutiérrez
Stories Full of Recipes
Adrienne Harrington
Materializing the Culinary Dreamscape: Maps, Guidebooks, and the Role of Terroir in (Re)Constructing the Myth of the French Gastronomic Utopia
Jenny Herman
Cogito ergo sum meditati: I Think, Therefore I Imagine!
Peter Hertzmann
Reconsidering the Culinary Imagination
Jennifer Holm
Caste: The Main Character of Indian Food
Ragini Kashyap
Food, the Imagination, and Social Resistance in Sandra Cisneros’s Woman Hollering Creek
Méliné Kasparian
Food and the Irish Short Story Imagination
Anke Klitzing
Big Cheese: Cheese and American Imagination
Bruce Kraig
Steak or Salad? Food, Gender, and the Victorian Imagination
Michael Krondl
Defining Good Food Design through Case Studies from Turkey
Sibel Kutlusoy
Imagination and Food (and Drink) in the Novels of Iris Murdoch
Paul Levy
Fish and Foreigners: The Case of Hot Salmon in Early Modern England
Joshua Lovinger
The Hen that Laid a Tofu Egg
Priya Mani
‘My Dear Miss Eddington’: Reader Letters and Early Twentieth Century Food Media
Emily Martin
Singapore’s Rising Hawkers: Food, Heritage, Imagination, and Entrepreneurship
Keri Matwick
Persian Tahdig: A Canvas for Culinary Imagination, Innovation, and Artistry
Nader Mehravari
‘Broiling is the poetry of cooking’: The Imaginative Symbolism of Gridirons and Broiling in Nineteenth-Century Food Writing
Lindsay Middleton
The Spiritual in the Sensual, the Sensual in the Virtual: Modern-Day Spirituality through a Community-Supported Farm
Caitlin Morgan
The Cookbook Whisperer: How Maria Guarnaschelli’s Powers of Imagination Redefined Recipes
James Oseland
New York’s Artisanal Oyster Farmers: Creating the Wild(ish) Oyster
Charity Robey
The Birth of a Legend: Mole de Guajolote and Mestizo Identity in the Imaginary of Post-Revolutionary Mexico
Ana Karen Ruiz de la Peña Posada
Food Reimagined: Diasporic Identity and Authenticity
Shayma Saadat
‘Bileti’ to ‘Desi’: Global Foodways and the Re-Imagining of Bengali ‘Modern’ Cuisine in Late Colonial Bengal
Samapan Saha
‘Coming from a Place of Impossibility’: Imagining a World without Taste
Anna Seecharan
Have It Your Way: Elizabeth David and the Problem of Norman Douglas
Laura Shapiro
Making the Ordinary Exotic: The Role of Literary Imagination in the Rise of Gastronomic Tourism in Early Twentieth-Century France
Richard Shepro
Food Looks like a Lady: Designing Gastronomy through Ritualized Seduction
Maximillian Shrem
Incredible Edibles: American History in Chocolate, Cheddar, and Confectionary Forms
Nancy Siegel
Reading the Cookbooks of Communist Romania: A Very Intimate Defence
Adriana Sohodoleanu
Stirring Up Historical Imagination: Promoting the Teaching of History through Food-Based Pedagogy
Nicholas Tosaj
Boundary, Body, Ban: Moral Transformation of Gamey Flavour (yewei 野味) in China
Xinran Wang
Food in Sabbath Table Hymns: A Taste of the World to Come
Susan Weingarten
Teaching Cookery Gets Personal: Harnessing Imagination to Feed the Will to Learn
Nikki Werner
A Short History of Science Fiction and Fantasy Tie-in Cookbooks
Shana Worthen
2020 - Herbs & Spices
The papers are available to buy as the 2020 Proceedings.
The Rise and Fall of Certain Herbs
Ken Albala
A Visual History of Basil
Lauren Allen
Season to Measure: Measurements in Early Culinary Recipes and their Relation to Medicine
Volker Bach
Melegueta or Grains of Paradise: To be ‘Pepperish’
Scott Barton
Cheating the Senses
Nina Bauer
Traveling with a Hairy Heart, or Where Cooking with Annatto Can Take You
Janet Beizer
A Twenty-First Century Spice: A Journey to Madagascar and the Promise and Peril of the Wild Tsiperifery Pepper
Eric Bishop-von Wettberg, Maya Moore, Amy Trubek
A Journey Back in Taste: Herbs and Spices in Medieval German Cuisine
Astrid Böhm, Julia Eibinger, Helmut W. Klug, Christian Steiner, Fritz Treiber
Shichimi: The Spice, its Trade, and Centuries of Food Business Survival in Japan
Voltaire Cang
Cannabis in Your Spice Rack
Suzanne Caskie
Green Gold of the Galleons: Culinary Spices or Medical Supplies? Economic Plant Journeys from Mexico to the Philippines in the ‘Age of Empire’
Marianne (Jen) Datiles, Michael Heinrich, Vivienne Lo, Francesca Scotti
‘But the spices are my love’: Understanding the Significance of Spices in Indian Diaspora Fiction
Devika Devika
Now Entering Hyperspice: The Boomer’s Last Hurrah
Doug Duda
The Struggle for Za’atar and Akkoub: Israeli Nature Protection Laws and the Criminalization of Palestinian Herb-Picking Culture
Rabea Eghbariah
Grass Fed: Cannabis Cooking in the United States
Rebecca Federman, Jessica Pigza
‘Half-Coloured with Turmeric’: The Visual Function of Spices in Early Modern Britain
Julia Fine
The Savoury Course at Oxford and Cambridge Colleges
Paul Freedman
Vodka in Early Modern Muscovy: Foreign Doctors, Travelling Herbalists, and the Tsar’s Kitchen
Alexandr Gorokhovskiy
‘Pound pepper and lovage’: The Use of Spices in the Apician Recipe Text
Sally Grainger
Foraged Food of Nepal: Stinging Nettle, is it a Super Food?
Binti Gurung
Perils of Popularity: How Popularization Leads to Ultimate Degradation
Ian Hemphill
The Road That Spices Travel is No Longer Silk
Peter Hertzmann
Captain James Cook, Scurvy, and the Use and Misuse of Herbs
Heather Hunwick
The Chile Diaspora: Unravelling Evidence from Sixteenth Century Botanicals
Michael Krondl
‘Good Old Things’: The Transformation of Wild Herbs from Common Sustenance to Aristocratic Luxury in Early Modern England
Gina Rae La Cerva
Saffron and Šavu’ot: A Note on Jewish Memory and Pharmacology
Joshua Lovinger
Stone Curry: P. perlatum as a Secret Spice in Indian food
Priya Mani
Cinnamomum Zeylanicum: Continuing Voyages of Discovery
Jennifer Moragoda
What Does Prestige Taste Like? The Divorce of Saffron from Its Cultural Context
James O'Donnell
‘A Spice of Idolatry’: Seditious Spices and Ginger Anxieties in Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair
Taylor Parrish
Season with Money, Knowledge, Civilisation, and Exchange: Culinary Herbs and Spices during Colonial Rule in the Congo (1885 to 1960)
Eva Schalbroeck
‘This is all very well, but where in Ireland can you get fresh tarragon?’: Myrtle Allen and Herbs: Towards the Creation of an Irish Food Identity
Regina Sexton
“I got hot sauce in my bag, swag.”: The Diasporic Roots of Hot Sauce in Black American Culinary Culture
Kelly Sharp
The Geopolitics of Saffron and the Puzzles of Saffron Arithmetic
Richard Shepro
Pepper and Paradox in the Roman Imagination
Jeremy Simmons
The Wild Yuzu: Japan’s Little Treasure
Aiko Tanaka
Ambiguous Aromatic Umbellifers and Other Obscure Characters: On the Intricacies of Recreating China’s Culinary Past
Robban Toleno
The Curious Case of Asafoetida
Sharmila Vaidyanathan
Food for the Soul: The Rabbis’ Cinnamon
Susan Weingarten
Herbs and Spices in the Court Cuisine of Medieval Cyprus: Food in the Cyprio-Gallic Style
Willliam Woys Weaver
Lessons from the Chilli in China
Gerald Zhang-Schmidt
İsot: The Pepper on Hot Rooftops
Tuba Şatana
2019 - Food & Power
The papers are available to buy as the 2019 Proceedings.
Challenging the Power Relations: Hybrid Foods in a Palestinian Town in Israel
Azri Amram
Ammachis: Challenging Gender Norms in Sri Lanka’s North
Vidya Balachander
Imagining Fritter Power: Diaspora Centered at the Margin
Scott Barton
Shooting them Softly: Photographing Lower-Class Eaters in Belle Époque Paris.
Janet Beizer
Gastrodiplomacy and the UK Diplomatic Network
Paul Brummell
‘Under the Cover of Savory Vapors’—Opossums, Power, and Jim Crow Politics.
Stephanie Bryan
Sushi, Sake, and Women
Voltaire Cang
Potlach: Ceremonial Food and Family Power.
Judy Corser
‘Using their native cunning’: Oxford College Servants and Their Perquisites in the Nineteenth Century.
Kathryne Crossley
Food as Power in the Letters of Isabelle d’Este
Allison N Fisher
Food Production, Consumption and Resistance by Japanese Americans Incarcerated by the US Government During World War II
Paula Fujiwara
Muckamuck: Restaurants, Labour, and the Power of Representation.
Sasha Gora
Hunger Strikes as Weapons of Resistance inside Farms and Prisons in the United States
Melissa C. Gouge, Jennifer L. Hostetter
Eating French, Being French: Gastronomy and National Identity in Contemporary France
Jennifer L. Holm
Food, Identity Politics, and Political Correctness in the UK
Fozia Ismail
Marx in my Food Technology? …the Recent Dialectical Emergence of Post-Modernity in Cuisine.
Arielle Johnson
Counter Narratives: American and Canadian Feminist Restaurants from 1972-Present.
Alexandra Ketchum
Weaponizing Food: Communism, the Democratic Transition and Transformations of Taste.
D Koczanowicz, L Koczanowicz
Sugar and Show: Power, Conspicuous Display and Sweet Banquets During Henri III’s 1547 Visit to Venice
Michael Krondl
Canadian Women, Government, and Power at the 1917 Food Control Convention
Kesia Kvill
Making Yakiniku Japanese: Erasing the Korean Contribution from Japan’s Food Culture
Christopher Laurent
American Community Cookbooks and Women’s Empowerment in the 19th and early 20th Centuries.
Don Lindgren
The Power of Eating Together, or the Story of Why Banquets were the Core of Marriage in the Past
Andrea Maraschi
Not in One Place: Parenteral Nutrition and Time-Space Compression.
Jacob Matthews
Encounters of Food and Power in the Australian Colonial Contact Zone. Hanover M Vale – The United States’ Attempt to Restructure Philippine Foodways Following the Philippine-American War.
Frieda Moran
Meat and Power in Communist Romania.
Simona Moti
Going Hungry in the Magdalene Laundries (1922-1996)
Alice Mulhearn, Guila Nicolini
Everything but the Kitchen Syndicate … France’s First Trade Union for Female Cooks.
Samantha Presnal
Sustainable Gastronomy: Power and Energy Use in Food – Is It Possible to Fight Climate Change through Cookery?
Christian Reynolds
‘Mom’ vs the FDA: How Laurie Nolan made the FDA Change the Tilefish Warning and Then Cooked Dinner.
Charity Robey
A Food Utopia? Imagining Libya in Italy’s Liberal Empire.
Or Rosenboim
‘To Make the Whole World Homelike’: Gender and Power in the Food Revolution
Laura Shapiro
True Bread, Pizza Napoletana and Wedding Cakes: The Changing Ways Legal Power Has Shaped Bakers’ Lives.
Richard Shepro
The Culinary Identity Constructions of the Eaton Sisters
Koby Song-Nichols
Lebanese Sea Power: Food and the Phoenicians. Cordula Christina Peters – Staging: Exploitation of young dreamers or generosity of successful chefs?
David Sutton
From Switzerland to South Caucasus: Colonial Legacy, Artisanal Dairy Farming, and Gravyer Cheese.
Mehmet Faith Tatari
Cannibalism and Power: Resituating the Narratives of Post-Soviet Foodways Through Vladimir Sorokin’s Feast.
Svetlana Tcareva
The Shared Power of Hunger Artists and Viennese Actionists.
Carolyn Tillie
Empire of Wheat: Bread, Power and Colonialism in the French Empire (1890-1940).
Nicholas Tošaj
There’s a Crisis. There’s a Crisis: The Power of Laws and Lies in the Italian Fascist Kitchen
Anne Urbancic
Subsistence Depression in Alaska: Who Gets Paid?
Nina Vizcarrando
The ‘Power’ of Health in Soul Food: Perspectives from Edna Lewis and Vertamae Grosvenor.
Jessica Kenyatta Walker
Cooking in Calais: Examining the Creation of Food Sovereignty when Distributing Food in the Jungle.
Féilim Ó Cuireáin
2018 - Seeds
The papers are available to buy as the 2018 Proceedings.
Reclaiming Diversity of Taste.
Isaura Andaluz
On the Culture of Cheese.
David Asher
Eating Life Force: The Meaning of Seeds in the German Alternative Food Movement.
Volker Bach
Seeds in the Story of the Paradise of Pleasure and the Myth of the So-Called Mediterranean Diet.
Adrian Bregazzi
The Naked Barley ‘Thorebygg’ in Traditional Farmhouse Ale Brewing in Norway.
Hans Olav Bråtå
Neapolitan Pastiera: The Religious Significance of Wheatberries and Socio-Culinary Complexity in Southern Italy.
Anthony Buccini
The Sesame Seed and ‘Japaneseness’.
Voltaire Cang
From Peasant Food to Posh Ingredient: A History of Buckwheat in Brittany.
Mary Margaret Chappell
Field Selection in Plant Breeding: Different Ways of Knowing Seed. Castro, Bel – How Coffee Killed A Town: Investigating the Rise And Fall Of Coffee In Lipa, Batangas.
Renata Christen
Seeding the Future: Curry, Sausages and Tea in Hong Kong and Macau.
Mukta Das
Preparing Seeds for Palatability: Chicken Guts and Chefs’ Tools.
Len Fisher
Fenugreek in Modern North Africa: Seed of a Forgotten History.
Anny Gaul
A Land of Wheat: In Search of the Lost Grain of Israel/Palestine.
B.Z. Goldberg, Ronit Vered
The Long and Simple History of the Dibble and Its Cousins.
Peter Hertzmann
‘The answers to our ancestors’ prayers:’ Seeding a Movement for Health and Culture.
Elizabeth Hoover, Sean Sherman
Pomodori Puri: Fruits of Empowerment in Deledda’s The Church of Solitude.
Eilis Kierans
Planting the Seeds of Good Food Citizenry.
Joshna Maharaj
The Seed of Hope: Acorns from Famine Food to Delicacy in European History.
Andrea Maraschi
European Immigrants‘ Vegetable Gardens: Food and Memory in Early 20th Century Brazilian Coffee Plantationsy’
Sandra Mian
Illegal seeds: Nowadays Taste Doesn´t Matter.
Katharina Mojescik
Growing and Eating God: Tracking the Mental Image of Wheat in Traditional Romanian Communities.
Raluca Parfentie
Seeds in Art.
Gillian Riley
Toil, Misery, Sieves, and Geometry: A Brief (Personal) History of Flour Milling Over the Last 105,000 Years.
Andrew Ross
In a Sense, Imperfect: Seedlessness and the American Quest for Convenience in Fruit.
Jeffrey Rubel
Chocolate and Vanilla: Seeds of Taste.
Kathryn Sampeck
Replenishing the Seeds that Made Southern Cookery.
David Shields
Choice of Seeds, Not Only a Practical Matter: The case of Bambara Groundnut in Tanzania.
Hanna Simonsen
Zoochory: Animals Spread Seeds in a Dung Deal.
Raymond Sokolov
Traveling Seeds: How Mexican Wheat Hybrids Became the Seeds that Feed the World.
Gabriela Soto Laveaga
Revisiting the Acorn-Eater: The Case of the Arkadians in Greek Antiquity
Corey Straub
Food of the Gods, or Seed of the Devil?
David Sutton
The English Quest for Novelty: Kitchen Garden Seeds from Abroad from the Sixteenth to the Early Eighteenth Centuries
Malcolm Thick
Seed-Time: Sex, Politics and Sustainable Dining at the Fin-de-Siècle.
Kate Thomas
The Centrality of Traditional Seed in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Jaci Van Niekerk, Rachel Wynberg
Mustard in the Talmudic Literature.
Susan Weingarten
The Potential of Cultivating Rice (Oryza Sativa) in Canada
Katie Hoi Ki Wong
Karakilçik Bugdayi and Its Promise for a Better Food World
Zafer Yenal