S. Worthen (owlfish) wrote,
S. Worthen

Food Technology CFP

Avista is seeking papers for a session on food technology, "From Field to Table: Technologies of Food" for the Medieval Congress at Kalamazoo. This session will examine the role of tools and techniques in any aspect of food production, from agriculture and hunting to cooking and preparation to serving and consumption.

The revised deadline is September 15, 2006, but please write if you are interested in presenting in this session as soon as possible.

Contact: Shana Worthen, shana.worthen@utoronto.ca

In addition, Avista is offering four other sessions in 2007 on the history of architecture --

For the upcoming Conference, May 10-13, 2007, AVISTA will be offering sessions on the following topics:

De Aedificatione I - Towers
Contact: Robert Bork: <robert-bork@uiowa.edu>

De Aedificatione II - Planning and Marking-out
Contact: William Clark <wclark@gc.cuny.edu>

De Aedificatione III - Architectural Spaces
Contact: Rob Bork < robert-bork@uiowa >

Build It and They Will Come: Reconstructing Medieval Technology
Contact: Steven Walton <saw23@psu.edu>

From Field to Table: Technologies of Food
Contact: Shana Worthen <shana.worthen@utoronto.ca>

AVISTA is now accepting proposals for presentations at Kalamazoo 2007 (May 10-13). Papers will be limited to 20 minutes. Abstracts of 200-400 words and contact information (along with A/V requirements) should be sent to individual session organizers or to the general session organizer by September 1, 2006:

Professor Steven Walton
Science, Technology, and Soceity Program
202 Old Botany
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802
<saw23@psu.edu> or 814.863.9526

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