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Category anthropology; archaeology; sociology; neurogastronomy; gastronomy; art; literature; story-telling;

Deadline: April 30, 2019 | Date: June 27, 2019-June 28, 2019

Venue/Country: Chania, Greece

Updated: 2019-01-25 16:54:13 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

The 5th Symposium of Greek Gastronomy will take a fresh look at the intersection of food and the senses. It will approach the many topics related to them by means of oral presentations, workshops, performances, story-telling, singing, cooking etc.

We are inviting proposals from the fields of archaeology, history, anthropology, sociology, ethnography, cross-cultural sciences, gastronomy, geography, neurobiology, art, design and literature.

Possible topics include (but are not limited to):

Sensory aspects of food and gender

Food’s sensory qualities and social class

Food’s sensory qualities and ethnicity

Τaste as a social sense

Food, senses and identity

Food- sensory memory

Food and sensory ethnography

Food, place and the taste of home

Taste, smell: pleasure/ disgust, pure/impure

Food and sensory storytelling

Senses and the interactions between humans, food and environment.

Emotions surrounding food


Food as performance art

Making sense of multisensory food

Culinary heritage, produits de terroir, senses and emotions

Taste as experience

Sensory marketing and tourist culinary experience

Gastronomic tourism and visitors’ senses and emotions.

Gastronomical virtual reality

Sensory science and the food industry

Multi-sensory food design

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