The papers are available to buy as the 2019 Proceedings.
Challenging the Power Relations: Hybrid Foods in a Palestinian Town in Israel
Ammachis: Challenging Gender Norms in Sri Lanka’s North
Imagining Fritter Power: Diaspora Centered at the Margin
Shooting them Softly: Photographing Lower-Class Eaters in Belle Époque Paris.
Gastrodiplomacy and the UK Diplomatic Network
‘Under the Cover of Savory Vapors’—Opossums, Power, and Jim Crow Politics.
Potlach: Ceremonial Food and Family Power.
‘Using their native cunning’: Oxford College Servants and Their Perquisites in the Nineteenth Century.
Food as Power in the Letters of Isabelle d’Este
Food Production, Consumption and Resistance by Japanese Americans Incarcerated by the US Government During World War II
Muckamuck: Restaurants, Labour, and the Power of Representation.
Hunger Strikes as Weapons of Resistance inside Farms and Prisons in the United States
Eating French, Being French: Gastronomy and National Identity in Contemporary France
Food, Identity Politics, and Political Correctness in the UK
Marx in my Food Technology? …the Recent Dialectical Emergence of Post-Modernity in Cuisine.
Counter Narratives: American and Canadian Feminist Restaurants from 1972-Present.
Weaponizing Food: Communism, the Democratic Transition and Transformations of Taste.
Sugar and Show: Power, Conspicuous Display and Sweet Banquets During Henri III’s 1547 Visit to Venice
Canadian Women, Government, and Power at the 1917 Food Control Convention
Making Yakiniku Japanese: Erasing the Korean Contribution from Japan’s Food Culture
American Community Cookbooks and Women’s Empowerment in the 19th and early 20th Centuries.
The Power of Eating Together, or the Story of Why Banquets were the Core of Marriage in the Past
Not in One Place: Parenteral Nutrition and Time-Space Compression.
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.
Meat and Power in Communist Romania.
Going Hungry in the Magdalene Laundries (1922-1996)
Everything but the Kitchen Syndicate … France’s First Trade Union for Female Cooks.
Sustainable Gastronomy: Power and Energy Use in Food – Is It Possible to Fight Climate Change through Cookery?
‘Mom’ vs the FDA: How Laurie Nolan made the FDA Change the Tilefish Warning and Then Cooked Dinner.
A Food Utopia? Imagining Libya in Italy’s Liberal Empire.
‘To Make the Whole World Homelike’: Gender and Power in the Food Revolution
True Bread, Pizza Napoletana and Wedding Cakes: The Changing Ways Legal Power Has Shaped Bakers’ Lives.
The Culinary Identity Constructions of the Eaton Sisters
Lebanese Sea Power: Food and the Phoenicians. Cordula Christina Peters – Staging: Exploitation of young dreamers or generosity of successful chefs?
From Switzerland to South Caucasus: Colonial Legacy, Artisanal Dairy Farming, and Gravyer Cheese.
Cannibalism and Power: Resituating the Narratives of Post-Soviet Foodways Through Vladimir Sorokin’s Feast.
The Shared Power of Hunger Artists and Viennese Actionists.
Empire of Wheat: Bread, Power and Colonialism in the French Empire (1890-1940).
There’s a Crisis. There’s a Crisis: The Power of Laws and Lies in the Italian Fascist Kitchen
Subsistence Depression in Alaska: Who Gets Paid?
The ‘Power’ of Health in Soul Food: Perspectives from Edna Lewis and Vertamae Grosvenor.
Cooking in Calais: Examining the Creation of Food Sovereignty when Distributing Food in the Jungle.