Posts Tagged ‘food’

Highfield: Food as Archive

  Jonathan Highfield (Professor, Literary Arts and Studies) presented a talk, entitled All Yesterday’s Meals: Food as Archive at the International Symposium on Food Studies: Transnational Conversations at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, 22-23 July 2016. Highfield’s paper focused on maize in Southern Africa, and connected the Southern African dish known as ‘samp’ to […]

Mosher presents paper at Milan Food Design conference

Beth Mosher (Associate Professor, Industrial Design) presented a paper last month entitled “Designing Junk Food” at the First European Conference on Understanding Food Design in Milan. She also participated in joint academic/industry workshops, exploring opportunities and issues for the nascent field as well as outlining possible curriculum paths for masters programs in Food Design.

Highfield on “Myth and Doctor Who”

Jonathan Highfield (Professor, Literary Arts and Studies) was part of a panel on “Myth and Doctor Who” at the International Popular Culture Association Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland, 22 July – 24 July, 2015. His paper was entitled “Extinction, Global Warming, and Interspecies Gay Sex: Doctor Who, Humanity, and the Silurians.” The other members of the panel were Jon Mackley, University […]

CALL: Understanding Food Design: From User Experience to People-Centered Design

Gustolab Institute is proud to participate as a partner in the launch of the first European conference on Understanding Food Design: From User Experience to People-Centered Design from October 9-10, 2015. The objectives of this 2-day conference are to: Explore the dimensions, nature, themes and disciplinary positions of Food Design research in Universities (European and International) Provide all […]