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EVENT SCHEDULE

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2011

4:00pm – 4:30pm

Teatime (Quita Woodward Room, Thomas Hall)

4:45pm – 6:00pm






KEYNOTE  ADDRESS (Carpenter Library B21)

"The Hungry Gaze: Food and Its Cultural Representations"

Keynote Address by

Darra Goldstein
Professor of Russian, Williams College; Founding editor and editor-in-chief of Gastronomica:
The Journal of Food and Culture

6:00pm – 6:30pm

*Food as Material and Metaphor Exhibit (Kaiser Reading Room, Carpenter Library)
A collection of objects, prints, photos, and paintings from Bryn Mawr’s Special Collections

*Please visit the Kaiser Reading Room in the Rhys Carpenter Library  from November 11 – December 22 to see Food as Material and Metaphor, a collection of food-related objects, prints, photos, and paintings from Bryn Mawr’s Special Collections. This exhibit was made possible by Bryn Mawr’s Special Collections Department.

6:15pm - 8:00pm Open Reception (Ely Room, Wyndham Alumnae House)


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2011

8:00am – 8:30am 
Breakfast (Quita Woodward Room)

8:45am – 10:15am  

Session I: Putting Food on the Table (Carpenter Library B21)

8:45am - 9:10am


Diane Amoroso-O’Connor, Bryn Mawr College
Did the Well-Bred Sell Bread?: The Place of the Grain Trader in Roman Society"

    9:10am – 9:35am

 

Andrea Achi, Institute for Fine Arts, New York University
“And How Did They Eat? An investigation of food storage, processing, and consumption patterns
      in a Late Antique household”

   9:35am – 10:00am

 

Stephanie Simms, Boston University
“Stocking the Puuc Maya Kitchen: Prehispanic Culinary Equipment and Cuisine’

10:00am – 10:15am

Session I Discussion

10:15am – 10:40am

Break I (Quita Woodward Room)

10:45am  – 12:15pm 

Session II: For the Love of Food (Carpenter Library B21)

10:45am – 11:10am

 

  Zacharias Andreadakis, University of Michigan      
“Love me? Prove it! Food as proof of love in Venantius Fortunatus”

11:10am – 11:35am

 

Alexander Brey, Bryn Mawr College
“Butchers in the Baths”

  11:35am – 12:00pm

 

Jennifer Griffiths, Bryn Mawr College
“Marisa Mori’s Edible Futurist Breasts”

12:00pm – 12:15pm

Session II Discussion
12:15pm – 2:15pm  Lunch Break

2:30pm – 4:00pm 

Session III: You Are What You Eat (Carpenter Library B21)

2:30pm – 2:55pm


Madeline Chera, Indiana University
“Ideologies of Fermented Foods”

2:55pm – 3:20pm

 

Samantha Bellinger, Skidmore College
“Beer, Identity, and Art: The Importance of the Brewing Industry in Seventeenth Century Haarlem”

3:20pm – 3:45pm

Jamie Fishman, University of Cincinnati
“White Pepper and Black Salt: Food, Genre, and the Satiric Program in Horace’s Satires

3:45pm – 4:00pm
Session III Discussion
4:00pm – 4:25pm Break II (Quita Woodward Room)

4:30pm – 6:00 pm

Session IV: Soul Food (Carpenter Library B21)

4:30pm – 4:55pm

 

Abbe Walker, Bryn Mawr College
“The Ox-Slaying: (Mis)Interpretations of Greek Sacrifice”

4:55pm – 5:20pm

 

Rose Wellman, University of Virginia
“Feeding the Moral Family: The “Spirit” of Food Ritual in Iran”

5:20pm – 5:45pm

 

Sarah Townsend, Fordham University
 “Delectable Dalliances and Sweet, Savory Tears: Mutual Nourishment in The Book of Margery Kempe

5:45pm – 6:00pm
Session IV Discussion

6:00pm – 6:10pm  

 

 

Closing Remarks

Darra Goldstein
Professor of Russian, Williams College; Founding editor and editor-in-chief of Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture