My chapter on “Food” for the POSTHUMAN GLOSSARY (ed Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova, forthcoming)
Group created to gather and discuss archaeological evidence concerning the production, consumption and trade of food in Antiquity. Contributions focusing on results of Experimental Archaeology, Excavation projects and study of material culture will be most welcome!
Exploring the aesthetic experience and design of food ingredients, cuisine, and restaurants in visual, material, performative, and cross-sensory dimensions.
Hi all, I’m looking into whether beer and food may have been sold in the 17th century private playhouses, like Blackfriars. Gurr and others take up positions on the public playhouses, I’m curious whether anyone has come across suggestions (positive or negative) that these may have been sold inside/during the performances at the indoor spaces?
From the original paper presentation: In this paper I discuss the figurative language used in Louise Erdrich’s novel Tracks with a particular focus on the figures and symbols associated with food and food practices. This paper performs a textual analysis of figurative language and symbols and the themes of food and food practices to reveal the dialogic and dialectic exchanges between Ojibwe, mixed blood, and Anglo American philosophical discourses.
Spanish culture and literature, travel literature, food in literature
Italian renaissance drama, gender and sexuality, food culture
Peninsular Literature. Food Studies. Cookbooks. Questions of gender and the family.
French Avant-garde, Intellectual History, Digital Liberal Arts, Food Studies
American literature, first-year composition, literature and medicine, food writing