Welcome to H-Food-Studies, H-Net’s network for the history, culture, and politics of food and drink globally.
H-Food-Studies provides an interdisciplinary forum for sharing ideas and opportunities related to research, teaching, publication and other activities in and outside of academia related to the production and consumption, as well as the cultural meanings, of food and drink around the word, past and present.
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Food Studies Announcements
Worth Talking About
We are pleased to announce the autumn programme for the IHR Food History Seminar. All seminars start at 17.30, and are held in the North American History Room at the Institute of Historical Research, London.
18 January ‘A hungry stomach rarely despises common food’: Medical Advice and Food Consumption in the Early Modern Period
Giovanni Pozzetti (Leeds University)
1 February Creating Culinary ‘Common Knowledge’ in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century British Cookery Books: A Study of Weights and Measures
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01 Jan 2018 and 08 Jan 2018.
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