BU Gastronomy ASFS 2012 Presentation Schedule

It’s time for this year’s Joint Annual Meetings and Conference of the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society (AFHVS), Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS), and Society for Anthropology of Food and Nutrition (SAFN).

The conference takes place in New York City, June 20-24, at The New School and New York University.

With more than 120 panels planned, there are also plenty of opportunities to observe, discuss, and participate in presentations by BU Gastronomy faculty, students, and alumni.

THURSDAY, JUNE 21 @ The New School

8:30 – 9:55 am

Panel: Indigenous Knowledge
65 W. 11th Street (enter at 66 W. 12th Street), Wollman Hall, 5th Floor

  • Danielle Ceribo: “Soy Sauce and Coconut Milk: The Effects of Colonialism, Globalization and Diaspora on Guamanian Foodways”

Panel: Food and Media I
66 W. 12th Street, Room 716

  • Sydney Oland: “’Don’t Buy All the Hotdogs’” An analysis of the foodways of Liz Lemon and 30 Roc”

2:30 – 3:50 pm

Panel: Subvert the Dominant Foodways Paradigm: Countercultural Producers and Consumers and the Communities that Love Them
66 W. 12th Street, Room 715

  • Netta Davis (Faculty): “Craft, Commerce and Communion and the Cultural Work of Alternative Cookbooks”
  • Chris Maggiolo: “Crafting Change: Activism and the American Craft Beer Industry”
  • Erin Ross: “Actively hanging out through the Paper”: The Formation of Punk Communities through Cookzines

Panel: Indigestible Culture: Gastro‐Politics, Food and Conflict
66 W. 12th Street, Room 404

  • Lucy Long (Faculty): “Exploring conflict through Food: Soda Bread in Northern Ireland”

4:10 – 5:30 pm

Panel: Good, or good for you? Examining the contexts and meanings of the pleasure, health, and morality of eating
66 W. 12th Street, Tishman Auditorium

  • *Catherine Womack (Faculty): Good, or good for you? Examining the contexts and meanings of the pleasure, health, and morality of eating”

FRIDAY, JUNE 22 @ New York University

2:00 – 3:25 pm

Panel: Food and Migrations I
Furman Hall (245 Sullivan Street), Room 316

  • Joyce Krystofolski: “Cultural Transmission of Culinary Tradition of Italian Immigrant Women”

3:35 – 4:50 pm

Panel: Booze and Chews: The Cultural Politics of Civility and Intoxication
Vanderbilt Hall (40 Washington Sq. South), Room 214

  • Ken Albala (Faculty): “Chew”

Panel: Obesity: Cultural and Systemic Factors
Vanderbilt Hall (40 Washington Sq. South), Room 206

  • Emily Contois: “Keeping Americans Fat and Coming Back for More: A Rhetoric Analysis of Diet Literature”

SATURDAY, JUNE 23 @ New York University

8:30 – 9:55 am

Panel: School Food
Vanderbilt Hall (40 Washington Sq. South), Room 216

  • Erin Powell: “From Mystery Meat to Local Meat: The School Lunch Lady Revolution”

10:05 – 11:20 am

Roundtable: Food and Music: Directions for Further Research
Vanderbilt Hall (40 Washington Sq. South), Room 214

  • Ken Albala (Facutly)
  • Lucy Long (Faculty)

11:40 am – 12:55 pm

Panel: Alternative Food Systems: Methods, Meanings, and Movements
Vanderbilt Hall (40 Washington Sq. South), Room 206

  • Rachel Black (Faculty): “Alternative research methods for studying alternative food systems”
  • Carole Counihan (Faculty): “Can ‘Alternative’ be ‘Inclusive’ in the Italian Food Movement?”

Panel: Food Heritage I
Furman Hall (245 Sullivan Street), Room 212

  • Katie Dolph: “Innovation and the Frontier: Exploring the Construction of Regional Identity in Oregon’s Willamette Valley”

2:30 – 3:50 pm

Panel: Taste and Culture II
Vanderbilt Hall (40 Washington Sq. South), Room 216

  • Sarah Morrow: “Drink Up! Drinking Holidays, Social Deviance, and Taboos”

4:10 – 5:30 pm

Panel: Food in Education IV
Furman Hall (245 Sullivan Street), Room 120

  • Lucia Austria: “Teaching Taste: A look into how culinary school students learn food”

Panel: Food Heritage II
Furman Hall (245 Sullivan Street), Room 310

  • Michelle Hastings: “Lobster Tales: Distinguishing Historical Fact from Historical Fiction”
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