2 weeks. 3 credit hours. No prerequisites. 16-30 June 2022 Sign up now for this exciting University of Winnipeg field course! HIST-3504 The Manitoba Food History Truck Registration now open at http://www.uwinnipeg.ca
Now available on Apple Podcasts! The first 5 episodes of PRESERVES, the Manitoba Food History Project podcast, are available for you to download. Transcripts and credits for each episode are on our website at http://www.manitobafoodhistory.ca.
Manitoba Food History M.A. Fellowship
My latest SSHRC-funded research project is the Manitoba Food History Project. I’m honoured that the Oral History Centre‘s Kimberley Moore and Kent Davies are collaborators on this research. The project’s two key research questions are: “How has food been produced, sold, and consumed in Manitoba?” and “How has this changed over time?” Interested in learningContinue reading “Manitoba Food History Project”
The Oral History Centre Classroom (2B23, Bryce Hall, University of Winnipeg) was transformed into a functioning kitchen over this summer, thanks to an Experiential Learning Fund grant.
If you love comedy and Canadian immigrant stories, you’ve probably been watching Kim’s Convenience. This great CBC series is based on the award-winning play of the same name by Ins Choi. The play’s script was published by House of Anansi Press; reading it doesn’t do justice to the play, though, as it really comes aliveContinue reading “Kim’s Convenience: A Conversation with Ins Choi at the University of Winnipeg”
#foodstudies2016 “Scarborough Fare: Global Foodways and Local Foods in a Transnational City” was the first joint conference of 3 major food studies organizations: the Association for the Study of Food and Society; the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society; the Canadian Association for Food Studies; and the Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition.Continue reading “Scarborough Fare 2016”
UPDATE: Audio recordings of the five presentations at this event are available online: Andrea Guimond on poverty and diet; Daniel Pastuck on miso and soy; Madison Connolly on wine and Canadian identity; Emily Nikkel on hog farming in Manitoba; and Aisha Entz on the decline of First Nations peoples since European contact. You’re invited toContinue reading “Canadian Food History Symposium 2015”