Welcome to the Seventh International Conference on Food History and Studies!
After a virtual conference in 2021, we are happy to see you again, in Tours, for the Seventh International Conference on Food History and Studies.
This event is being held over two days and brings together nearly 200 researchers from all continents. As you all know, this annual gathering has become a benchmark academic event, a place for people to meet, and key forum for all those working for a better understanding of food as a social fact. We are pleased to have made this event a place at the forefront of what is being done in the field of Food Studies, a place where you can make your work known and shared it, a place where you can build and enrich your network.
This annual conference corresponds to one of the essential objectives of our Institute: getting Food Studies fully recognized as an autonomous disciplinary field and supporting research developments in this domain.
Loïc BIENASSIS, Institut Européen d’Histoire et des Cultures de l’Alimentation, Tours, France
Antonella CAMPANINI, Université des Sciences Gastronomiques, Bra/Pollenzo, Italie
Allen J. GRIECO, Villa I Tatti, Harvard University, Florence, Italie
Françoise SABBAN, Présidente du conseil scientifique de l’Institut Européen d’Histoire et des Cultures de l’Alimentation, Tours, France
Universiteit Leiden, Pays-Bas
Canned tea and rice triangle: Food packaging in Japan and around the world
École Pratique des Hautes Études, France
Éloge de la faim dans l’orient musulman du XIIe siècle