Food and Drink

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Food, Memory, Identity

9:00am | Tuesday 19 March 2013
£11 - £--1 Hour{related_entries id="evnt_loca"}Food, Memory, Identity{/related_entries}
About this Event:

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and Jessica Harris explore the power of food to evoke memories of childhood, to strengthen our sense of belonging and to gain understanding and respect for those of other cultures.

One of the UK’s most prominent political and human rights commentators, Alibhai-Brown is also a food blogger and author of The Settlers’ Cookbook, a personal memoir told through food.

Jessica Harris, of City University New York, is an award-winning food writer. Her latest text, High on the Hog, explores he food culture of the African American Diaspora.

This session is one of a series presented by Oxford Gastronomica, Oxford Brookes University’s centre for food and cultural studies.

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