Food History

Venue: North American History Room, 2nd floor, IHR, North block, Senate House

Time: Thursday 17.30

Convenors: Kelly Spring (Manchester), Elspeth Dow (UCL), Katherine Harvey (Birkbeck).

For further enquiries please contact: foodhistoryseminar@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter: @IHR_FoodHist.

 

Autumn Term 2017
DateSeminar details
28 September
17:30
The Life-Cycle of a Marmalade Machine: An Analysis of Objects for Food Preparation, c. 1870-1950
Katie Carpenter (Royal Holloway)
IHR North American History Room

12 October
17:30
Ale, Beer and Brewing in Sixteenth-Century Ireland
Susan Flavin O'Connor (Anglia Ruskin University)
IHR North American History Room

26 October
17:30
Food, Drink and the Bishop in Medieval England, c. 1100-1400
Katherine Harvey (Birkbeck)
IHR North American History Room

9 November
17:30
Words, images and…action: Len Deighton’s Action Cookbook (1965) as a device for learning and the changing attitude toward gender roles within the home.
Lorna Sheppard (Falmouth)
IHR North American History Room

23 November
17:30
The Early English Bread Project: Meanings and Materiality
Debby Banham (Cambridge)
IHR North American History Room

7 December
17:30
Please note: this session has been cancelled: A hungry stomach rarely despises common food – Medical Advice and Food Consumption in the Early Modern Period
Giovanni Pozzetti (University of Leeds)
IHR North American History Room