I do like to brag about my students in general, but this time they have done something truly awesome: The Graduate Journal of Food Studies launched today! This is a peer-reviewed food studies journal produced and reviewed by grad students. Boston University’s Gastronomy Program sponsored this first edition and our students did a wonderful job from research and design to reviewing and editing.
Have a read and spread the word. The journal is looking for new submissions for their next volume.
Here is a summary of a recent talk I gave at the College of the Atlantic on the anthropology of wine and the concept of the taste landscape that I am developing in relation to the cooperative production of wine in Carema, Italy. Read more…
Wine and Culture: Vineyard to Glass won a 2014 Gourmand book award. For more information about this book, check out wineandculturebook.com
“The Artification of Wine: Words that transform grapes into art”
2:30pm, Nov. 14, 2013, “Cuisine, artification par les arts?”, Centre d’archives de Montréal de Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, Canada , Nov. 13 & 14, 2013
“Preserving a taste landscape: the cultural heritage of wine in Carema, Italy”
10:45am, Nov. 23, 2013, “Edible Identities: Exploring Food and Foodways as Cultural Heritage, Part 2″, International Ballroom North- Access through Lobby Level (Chicago Hilton), American Anthropological Association Meeting, Chicago, Nov. 20-24, 2013.
Merci to all the wonderful producers, chefs, academics and passionate food people in Québec who made our trip fun, educational and delicious. More photos here…