[Extended deadline] We welcome paper proposals for the Workshop "Basic foodstuff policies in times of crisis (17th-20th century)".
Marburg (Germany), 10-11 August 2023
Not only did the Covid-19 pandemic threaten health security, it has also led to a lasting disruption of food supply lines. Noodles, bread and flour were temporarily unavailable in supermarkets. In addition, it has led to a rapid shortage of certain basic necessities, which can be defined as foodstuffs that public or private actors consider to be a priority, fundamental or sensitive for the vital needs of
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Asociación de Historiadores Latinoamericanistas Europeos
Nápoles, Italia, 2-6 de septiembre de 2024
La circulación de conocimientos y prácticas culinarias y de ciencias alimentarias entre América Latina y Europa (siglos XIX y XX)
El simposio propone presentar y discutir ponencias que aborden los amplios entrelazamientos transatlánticos
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Call for Papers: Basic Foodstuff Policies in Times of Crisis (17th-20th Century)
We welcome paper proposals for the Workshop "Basic foodstuff policies in times of crisis (17th-20th century)"
Marburg (Germany), 10-11 August 2023
Not only did the Covid-19 pandemic threaten health security, it has also led to a lasting disruption of food supply lines. Noodles, bread and flour were temporarily unavailable in supermarkets. In addition, it has led to a rapid shortage of certain basic necessities
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Special Issue: Hunger and Food in the History of the Global South (long 20th century)
Rômulo de Paula Andrade (FIOCRUZ, Brasil)
Stefan Pohl-Valero (Universidad del Rosario, Colombia)
This special issue will be published in the journal Estudos Históricos (Qualis A1 / Scopus Q1) by the end of 2024.
Hunger and malnutrition have ceased to be complementary topics in history books and have become central objects of study. Changes in eating habits and the contexts surrounding them involve the correlation of numerous factors, which in recent decades have begun to attract the
Nourish. Food & Trust. - CFP open for 18th Annual Midwest Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference
The MIGC board is pleased to announce this year's conference theme: Nourish. Food & Trust held VIRTUALLY on April 28-29, 2023. In alignment with the Center for 21st Century Studies 3-year programming arc of Nourishing Democracy and annual theme of Nourishing Trust, the conference centers on issues of food and land justice through an intersectional, interdisciplinary lens. There is no fee to submit or present. Deadline extended for proposal submissions: March 31st, 2023. (If you are interested in
World History Bulletin is seeking quality research essays, lesson plans, and classroom activities for inclusion in its upcoming Spring 2023 issue, “Food and World History.”
Guest-edited by Jeffrey Pilcher, author of such works as Food in World History and, more recently, Planet Taco: A Global History of Mexican Food, “Food and World History” explores the connection between food and the development of human civilizations
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The Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS), the Network for Asian Studies (Asianettverket), the University of Bergen, and the Christian Michelsen Institute (CMI) invite panel proposals for our joint 2023 conference, “Consuming Asia” (22-23 June), as well as applications for the associated PhD workshop (20-21 June). Consuming Asia: 2023 Nordic NIAS Council (NNC) / ASIANET Conference
Call for Proposals
Title: Consuming Asia: Systems and Structures of Consumption in Modern and Contemporary Asia
Dates: 22-23 June 2023
Venue: University of Bergen
Please send all panel
Thirteenth International Conference on Food Studies, University of Guadalajara, Centro Universitario de Ingenierías (CUCEI), Guadalajara, Mexico (18-20 October 2023)
Founded in 2011, the Food Studies Research Network is brought together around a common interest to explore new possibilities for sustainable food production and human nutrition, and associated impacts of food systems on culture. We seek to build an epistemic community where we can
Thinking C21, the short-form publication for the Center for 21st Century Studies (C21) at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, is excited to announce that we are now seeking proposals for short essays to be published in the Spring semester of 2023. These short essays will be published alongside C21’s Spring Symposia, entitled Nourishing Trust. Nourishing Trust is centered on issues of food and land justice and will feature roundtable discussions, an interactive book club, and a participatory research project. The goal of these Nourishing Trust short essays, then, is to contribute to this
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Fermentation in Italy & Japan: Tradition and Innovation
A Symposium / Workshop in Rome, Italy
Academic Presentations and Workshops: May 10 – 12, 2023
Optional Practicum: May 13 – May 15, 2023
Organized by Borromini Institute, Gustolab International, and the Food Studies College of Japan
The Borromini Institute seeks presentations for its inaugural Symposium / Workshop to be held in the spring of 2023. This Symposium, focusing on fermentation practices in Italy and Japan, extends Gustolab International’s long-term interest in food studies to include microbial fermentation. Recent