9.45 Arrival and Welcome

Eleanor Barnett & Katrina Moseley

10.15 Panel 1: Ethnicity

Dr May Rosenthal Sloan (V&A – History), ‘Marketing, Mythologies and Icons of the ‘Ethnic Food’ Aisle’

Dr Andrew Warnes (Leeds – American Studies), White Plenty: Femininity, Race and the Invention of the American Supermarket’

Chair: Dr Susan Flavin (Anglia Ruskin – History)

11.15 Tea/ Coffee (SCR)

11.45 Panel 2: Gender

Dr Julie Parsons (Plymouth – Sociology),Gendering ‘noshtalgia’: tastes of reflection, food memories and the temporal affects of sedimented personal histories on everyday foodways.’

Dr Rachel Rich (Leeds Beckett – History), ‘Victorian Women’s domesticity and the recipes of Georgina Hill’

Professor Anne Murcott (SOAS – Sociology),  Interpreting bodily responses to eating/not eating in pregnancy and infancy

Chair: Lesley Steinitz (Cambridge – History)

1.15 Lunch Break (SCR)

2.15 Panel 3: Religion

Dr Christopher Kissane (LSE – History), To eat or not to eat pork, what difference does it make?’: Food & Embodied Religious Identities in Early Modern Europe’

Professor Beat Kümin (Warwick – History), Drink and Religious Identities in Early Modern Europe’

Professor Maris Boyd Gillette (Gothenburg, Sweden- Anthropology), Anthropological Perspectives on Food, the Body and Islam

Chair: Eleanor Barnett (Cambridge – History)

3.45 Tea/ Coffee (SCR)

4.15 Panel 4: Class

Professor Ben Highmore (Sussex – Cultural Studies), ‘Chicken Bricks and Pasta Jars: Food and Feeling in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s’

Professor Alan Warde  (Manchester –  Sociology), ‘Adjusting taste: bodily management and the acceptance of unfamiliar foods in three English cities, 1995 – 2015’

Chair: Dr Melissa Calaresu (Cambridge – History)

5.15 Concluding Discussion

Eleanor Barnett & Katrina Moseley

6.00 Wine Reception (St John’s College, OMR)

7.30 Conference Dinner for Delegates