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Food and Drink in Archaeology 2009

February 18, 2009

Dates: 17-18 April 2009

University of  Nottingham

Archaeology has a long tradition of food and drink studies. Originally concerned with nutrition and later with economics, archaeologists now recognize that research into the production, distribution and consumption of foodstuffs has the potential to reveal much about the ideology and structure of past societies. Food and drink are relevant to all areas of archaeology, regardless of geography, temporality or sub-discipline. Our conference series seeks, therefore, to unite researchers from different fields through a common interest in foodways.

Conference attendance is open to postgraduates, academics, vocational archaeologists and the general public.
Fees:    Full two-day conference:   £37 (non-student), £27 (student/unwaged)

             One day attendance:        £27 (non-student), £17 (student/unwaged)

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