UpLink Update: Healthy Hakko: The Fermented Culinary Arts of Japan - Starts January 15

H-Japan Editor:

An H-Japan subscriber noted a problem with two of the links provided in the Healthy Hakko announcement. He kindly shared working links. Thank you Michael.

DGW

https://jftor.org/event/dashi-and-shoyu/
https://jftor.org/event/ishii-and-tremblay/

[Talk & Film Series] Healthy Hakko: The Fermented Culinary Arts of Japan - Starts January 15

Dear H-Japan Members,

You're invited to three weekends of talks and film screenings about Japan's fermented foods and drinks. Along with 4 documentary films, experts will share their insights across 4 talks to provide a deeper understanding of the origins, health benefits and the special place that fermented foods hold in Japan’s culinary culture and traditions. Registration for each individual event is required, but all events are free. 

Re: New Steward Needed for the Food Timeline

Thank you, Deborah! Yes, we are delighted about this new partnership and welcome everyone to follow the work of our new food studies program, to learn more about our projects and the future of the Food Timeline.

Check out our website: https://liberalarts.vt.edu/research-centers/food-studies-program.html

Follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/VTFoodStudies) and Facebook (facebook.com/VTFoodSTudies)

And be in touch with questions or ideas for collaboration!

Graduate Student Fellowship: The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts Fellowship in Food History at the University of North Texas

Your network editor has reposted this from H-Announce. The byline reflects the original authorship.

Type: 
Fellowship
Date: 
January 15, 2021

CFP: Gender & History special issue - Food and Sovereignty

Gender & History is an international journal for research and writing on the history of femininity, masculinity and gender relations. This Call for Proposals is aimed at scholars studying any country or region, and any temporal period, including the classical, medieval, early modern, modern and contemporary periods.

 

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