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 to the third annual
Canadian Food History Symposium!
Thursday, 2 April 2015, 9:30 AM
at the University of Winnipeg Oral History Centre
Room 2B23 (Bryce Hall)
UPDATE: This research is now completed. Thanks to all for sharing your stories! My book on the history of Canadian snack foods will be available from University of Manitoba Press in August-September 2017.
As part of the research for a book on the
history of Canadian snack foods, my research assistants and I are conducting interviews with a variety of interesting people… a food scientist who has done useful work on potato chip browning; a former candy maker at Nutty Club; and a man the Globe and Mail refers to as Dr. Freeze.
But we want to interview many,
more people with a variety of connections to Canadian snack foods. many
Nutty Club. © Janis Thiessen, University of Winnipeg, email@example.com.
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Old Dutch snack display in Alberta. © Janis Thiessen, University of Winnipeg, firstname.lastname@example.org.
PROJECT: “Snack Foods: A Canadian Social History, 1945-2010.”
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