11 February 2022

09:45 - 10:00

Start

10:00 - 10:05

Welcome

10:05 - 11:00

Keynote lecture: Ewout Frankema, Professor of Rural and Environmental History at Wageningen University

11:00 - 12:00

Panel 1 – Tracing early food practices: a long term perspective. Chair: Anja Fischer

  1. Daniel Fuks - Domestication as globalization: Tracing globalization to the onset of food production
  2. Laura I. Kooistra, Merit Hondelink - The Environmental and Cultural Impact on Food and Diet in the Netherlands in the Past
12:00 - 13:00

Lunch

13:00 - 14:30

Panel 2 – Settler food systems: exploration & exploitation. Chair: Elena Burgos Martinez

  1. Rachel Winchcombe - Environmental Encounters, Colonial Commodities, and Food Provisioning in Seventeenth-Century North America
  2. Lauren Pankin - Rooted by the Vine: The Creation of Settler Identities in Colonial Algeria, 1830-193
  3. Efrat Gilad, Netta Cohen - Culinary Climates: Food and the Environment among Jewish Settlers in British Mandate Palestine
14:30 - 14:45

Coffee & tea break

14:45 - 16:15

Panel 3 – Governing food & the environment. Chair: Mathijs Boom

  1. Robert Striekwold - The roots of marine environmentalism: economics and ecological considerations in 19th century Dutch debates on overfishing
  2. Antonio Chamorro - A dual Food Regime in Ecuador, the post-Green Revolution environmental legacy (1960s-2020s)
  3. Olav S. F. Hofland - From Farm to Fork and Back Again: Recycling Food Waste as Pig Feed in the Soviet Union during the Late Twentieth Century
16:15 - 16:30

Professor J.M. van Winter Stipend

17:15

Prize-giving ceremony of the 2022 Johannes van Dam Prize and the Joop Witteveen Prize – Singelkerk, Herengracht 431

12 February 2022

09:15 - 09:30

Start

09:30 - 11:00

Panel 4 —Recipes for (un)sustainability. Chair: Nelleke Teughels

  1. Ana Carolina de Carvalho Viotti, Gabriel Ferreira Gurian - The table of an independent nation: nature, ingredients, habits and identity in the 'cozinheiro nacional' (Brazil,  19th century)
  2. Christian Reynolds - The evolution of “sustainable” and vegetarian recipes from manuscripts and cookbooks to online: Their environmental impact, and what this means for the future.
  3. Vicky Hayward - Of Refrescos: Snow and Ice in Spanish Kitchen Culture 
11:00 - 12:30

11.00–12:30      Panel 5 – Modern environmental/alternative food movements. Chair: Esther Veen

  1. Peter van Dam - Small is beautiful? The introduction of sustainability in translocal fair trade activism
  2. Amber Striekwold - Citizens of the planet – the Dutch Alternative Food Movement (1968-1984)
  3. Iva Pesa, Urban Agriculture -  Crisis response or food for all on the Central African Copperbelt
12:30 - 12:45

Wrap-up & Closing remarks and topic for 2023

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