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Call for Papers - Cookbooks: Past, Present and Future

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Deborah Sugg Ryan <[log in to unmask]>

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Design History Society <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 29 Nov 2018 11:21:51 +0000

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Symposium
Cookbooks: Past, Present and Future
 Saturday 2 March 2019, University of Portsmouth

Keynote speaker: Jack Monroe (food writer & activist); Panellists: Lulu Grimes (hub editor, BBC Good Food) and  Katie Quinn (food vlogger & writer)

Call for Papers

The cookbook has long occupied an important cultural position. As an early printed book it was a prized heirloom treasured across generations, and in more recent times it has appeared in diverse forms to accommodate a range of eating preferences and cultural interests. The contents of a recipe book have been moulded to significant historical events, such as frugal cookbooks in wartime, and compiled to celebrate important events in the cultural calendar,with cookery books for Christmas feasting or birthday parties. Cookbook writers have recorded social change by focussing on different life stages and social groups at particular historical moments, including the Victorian child and the modern housewife. Some cookbook writers have, through extensive media exposure, sought the mantle of celebrity. However, in broader ways cookery books, alongside their writers and readers, have entered the cultural imagination through novels, films, and television programmes, even going on to influence adjunctive fields such as art and tourism. Additionally, the recipe book can be understood as a cultural text, even a language which offers meaning through subjective identity, creative expression and lifestyle choices. Increasingly, however, with the turn to the online world, we question whether this traditional collection of recipes is in danger of being replaced by easily-available single recipe internet searches. This symposium will consider the history of the cookbook, its cultural proliferation and significance, and its future in the cyber world, the smart home and the internet of things. 

Papers might include:
Aspects of the history of the cookery book 
Diverse forms and formats of the cookery book
Social, historical, political or cultural moments recorded by the cookery book
The cookery book as expression of subjectivity, creativity or lifestyle  
Celebrity cookbook writers
The cultural reach of the cookery book
The future of recipes online, in the smart home and the internet of things 

Please send abstracts of 300 words to [log in to unmask] by  7 January 2018. Acceptance will be confirmed by mid January. 

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