Category Humanities, Religion & Philosophy
Do you love exploring food?
Are you interested in food histories and food cultures from across the globe?
You are invited to a free afternoon event: 'Culinary Cultures: Continuing the Conversation' which follows on from the successful international symposium on ‘Culinary Cultures: Food and the Postcolonial’ hosted by Dr Sarah Lawson Welsh (Literature) in association with the Northern Postcolonial Network at YSJU in May 2017.
There will be two panels of talks by national and international speakers showcasing their recent research and experiences:
Dr Marcia Burrowes (University of West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados) ‘Swizzle and Freeze: Food Identities of Barbadian migrants in British space’
Dr Sarah Lawson Welsh (University of York St John), ‘"Kitchen Talk”: an Oral History project on Food and Culture in Barbados, June 2018’.
Dr Thomas Smythe (City University of New York and Public University of North Cap-Haitien, Haiti). Food Education in the aftermath of the Haitian Earthquake.
Dr Rhian Atkin (Cardiff University) "Cooking, knowledge and memory in the Portuguese diaspora."
Shelley Angelie Saggar (Wellcome Collection, London), "'The taste of memory': Community representation and knowledge exchange in Wellcome Collection's Ayurvedic Man exhibition.:
Complimentary Afternoon Tea will be served between the panels and there will be plenty of opportunities to join in discussions and the interdisciplinary exchange of new ideas and research on food and the postcolonial. All are welcome and you don't have to be a student or academic to attend. Anyone who loves or is interested in food is most welcome.