This same wish to promote international collaboration has resulted in the IEHCA bringing together within a European and extra-European network all those researchers who work in the field of food history and culture.
This research network aims to be a breeding ground to facilitate the creation of teams who can organise and lead the institute’s conferences and training programmes, and the European summer campus (‘campus d’été’), in addition to research groups - whether one-off or more long-term – structured around specific projects.
Finally, the work of those people who are linked with this large galaxy of specialists is regularly published in ‘Food & History’ and ‘Cahiers de la Gastronomie’ (Gastronomic Notebooks). As the access point to this network, the IEHCA has compiled a directory of researchers.
We are pleased to invite all Food Studies researchers to complete the registration form to be included in this directory by clicking here.
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