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food and drink conference

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Dear all, please see below a call for papers plus further details of this
year's food and drink conference. If you could forward it to anyone who
might be interested that'd be great - thanks, Naomi
 

 

Food and Drink in Archaeology: 3

 

17 and 18 April 2009

University of Nottingham

 

 

Call for Sessions, Papers and posters

 

 

The third annual Food and Drink conference will be held at the University of
Nottingham on the 17 and 14 April 2009.

 

The Food and Drink conference has been conceived as a forum for the
discussion of all aspects of Food and Drink, globally from the Palaeolithic
to the Historic period. 

 

For the 2009 conference we are inviting established and early-career
academics, as well as postgraduate students, to submit proposals for
sessions, papers and posters on any topic or theme. The proceedings of each
conference are published in a peer-reviewed volume, published by
<http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/lane/kal69/shop/system/index.html>
Prospect Books.

 

We welcome papers from a range of archaeology related disciplines and
approaches addressing food & drink topics. This includes but is not
restricted to the following: artefact studies, iconography, zooarchaeology,
archaeobotany and physical anthropology, chemical and isotopic studies.

We are particularly keen to attract speakers who have adopted
inter-disciplinary approaches.

 

 

Key Speaker:

 

Dr Yannis Hamilakis, University of Southampton

‘Food, Memory, and the Bodily Senses in Archaeology’

 

 




If you are interested in proposing a session, paper or poster, please
contact  <mailto:[log in to unmask]> [log in to unmask]
or  <mailto:[log in to unmask]> [log in to unmask]
for further details.

 

The deadline for these submissions is December 1st, although late proposals
may be considered.

 

Alternatively, session/paper/poster proposal forms, can be found online at:

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/archaeology/research/conf_fooddrink.php 

Further details, including details of registration, schedule and
accommodation, will be posted at the same address in January.

 

 


Two sessions have already been accepted, and you may propose a paper on
these following themes:

 

Foodways and Culture Change

Foodways are culture-specific and key in defining ethnic and social
identities. They are not static, however, but change and evolve in line with
social, cultural and economic change. This session seeks to bring together
researchers from different disciplines in order to explore the effects of
culture contact, migration and colonization on past food systems and to
discuss new ways in which the investigation of diet, food and foodways can
contribute to the study of culture change.

 

Organiser: Gundula Müldner, University of Reading.
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> [log in to unmask]

 

 

Let the feast begin: identifying and understanding consumption events

This session will explore two main avenues:

1.	The meanings and behaviours that could be seen to constitute a
feasting event. 

2.	How we identify the actions associated with feasting events. Would
an approach integrating all available archaeological, iconographic and
literature evidence enable us to identify such activities?

Papers covering any geographical region, timeframe or material type are
welcome. Research with an integrated approach to feasting is especially
welcome.

 

Organiser: James Morris

 <mailto:[log in to unmask]> [log in to unmask]

 


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