Guaranteed session for CLCS Renaissance and Early Modern!
Papers of no more than 10 minutes for a roundtable on new insights into the cultures of early modern eating and food. How did the circulation of food carry with it encounters with new ideas and new people? How did changing culinary practices and tastes both reflect and influence cultural changes? What symbolic power did food have on the page and on the stage? How are early modern cooking and eating practices revivified today and to what end? 200-word abstracts and CVs to John Garrison (firstname.lastname@example.org) by March 1, 2023.
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