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Seminar series I Beyond cooking: global histories of food-making and gender across the early modern world

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4 Feb 2022 12:00, Online 18 Feb 2022 17:00, Online 11 Mar 2022 17:00, Online 25 Mar 2022 11:00, Online This seminars series explores cross-cultural histories of food and drink production and transformation across the early modern world with a gender perspective. From the kitchens of the Caribbean, crossing the Atlantic to Cape Town and East Asia, these seminars invite us on a long-distance journey to examine particular food processing techniques and their social implications. In particular, these sessions aim to uncover the central role of women in the circulation of culinary knowledge, local practices and global food commodities in different regions.

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