Send Your CALL or Congress to fasticongressuum@gmail.com

Food and Drink in the Ancient World - 31/05-01/06/2019, South Brunswick (NJ,USA)

28.12.2018

 

 go to CALL FOR PAPERS

 

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 31/05-01/06/2019

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Rutgers University, South Bunswick (NJ-USA)

 

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Emmanuel Aprilakis ; Nicole Nowbahar 

 

INFO: rutgers.foodanddrinkconference@gmail.com

 

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE:  Aquí/here/qui  Deadline: 20/05/2019

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:  Aquí/here/qui

 

Friday – May 31st Trayes Hall (Douglass Student Center)

 

12:00-1:30 Lunch, Sign-in, Opening Remarks by Emmanuel and Nicole

1:30-3:15 Panel 1: Food and Archaeology 

Catharine Judson (UNC Chapel Hill): ‘Does It Matter if It’s Sacrifice?: Redefining the Parameters of Ritual Dining in Cretan Hearth Temples’

Leonardo Bison (University of Bristol): ‘Foodways Investigated through Organic Residue Analyses on Pottery: a Case Study from Phoenician and Punic Sardinia’

Evan McDuff (Brandeis University): ‘A Peppered Past: Piper nigrum and Piper longum Products in the Greek and Roman World.’  

Respondent: Bice Peruzzi 

3:15-3:30 Coffee Break 

3:30-5:15 Panel 2: Communal Dining  

Morgan Moroney (Johns Hopkins University): ‘Heaven was a Drink of Wine: The Protective and Rejuvenative Functions of Tomb U-J’s Wine Sealings’

Dan Beckman (Princeton University): ‘Eranophobia: Greek Fears of the Persian Royal Banquet’

Nicholas Cross (Queens College): ‘An Invitation to Dinner: Hospitality for Foreign Ambassadors in the Athenian Prytaneion’ 

Respondent: Thomas Figueira 

5:15-5:30 Coffee Break

5:30-6:45 Keynote Address by Kristina Killgrove (UNC Chapel Hill): ‘Food and Foreigners in Rome and Beyond’ 

7:30 Dinner for Conference Speakers and Organizers

 

Saturday – June 1st Institute for Food, Nutrition, and Health Room 101 

 

10:00-10:45 Sign-in and Breakfast

10:45-11:00 Welcome Address by Michelle Stephens (Dean of Humanities, School of Arts and Sciences)

11:00-12:45 Panel 3: Food in Greek Literature  

Jorge Wong (Harvard University): ‘A Fare Share: Prometheus’ Trick in Theogony 535-557′

Christopher Ell (Brown University): ‘Wining and Dining? Food at Greek and Etruscan Symposia’ 

Julia Simons (University of Pennsylvania): ‘A Raw Deal: Hippocrates’ Condemnation of Raw Food in On Ancient Medicine’ 

Respondent: Steven Brandwood

12:45-2:30 Lunch and Lecture by Jake Morton (Carleton College): ‘Seasonality and Diet in the Ancient Greek Sanctuary’

2:30-4:15 Panel 4: Food in Roman Literature 

François Porte (University of Rouen): ‘What Wild Beasts we are Fighting With! Caesar’s Legionaries and Famine Foods’

Peggy Leiverkus (Bergische Universität Wuppertal): ‘Food Symbolism in Ovid’s Metamorphoses‘

Robert Santucci (University of Michigan): ‘The Belly of the Metamorphoses: Digesting Baucis, Philemon, and Erysichthon’

Respondent: Selena Ross

4:15-4:30 Coffee Break

4:30-6:15 Panel 5: Food in its Social Context  

Ruth Palmer (Ohio University): ‘Spilling the Beans: the Roles of Legumes in the Bronze Age Aegean’

Luke Madson (Rutgers University): ‘The Black Broth of Sparta: Plutarch and Social Capital’

David Lew (Bar-Ilan University): ”This Food Stinks! And You Stink Too!!’ Foul Odor Food and People who Reek of Food in Martial’s Epigrams‘

Respondent: Serena Connolly

6:15-7:00 Closing Remarks

7:00- ‘Ancient’ Feast

 

Please reload

categorías / tags / categorie

Please reload

Fasti Congressuum is licensed under a Creative Commons Reconocimiento-NoComercial-CompartirIgual 4.0 Internacional License
© 2014 by Fasti Congressuum. Proudly created by M. Cristina de la Escosura