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Gastronomica
Gastronomica
Heritage Radio Network

The Gastronomica podcast is where the academic field of food studies meets a public appetite for gastronomy and the culinary arts. Tune... more

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Episodes

A Celebrated Condiment and a Forgotten Past

In this episode, Gastronomica’s Dan Bender talks with anthropologist Alyssa Paredes about the role that stories of celebration can play... more

30 Jun 2024 · 42 minutes
How American Food Writing Changed After 2020

What do the stories we tell about food reveal about the moment in which they are written? Gastronomica’s Melissa Fuster... more

23 Jun 2024 · 45 minutes
What to Read Now: "The Climate Reality for Independent Restaurants”

In this episode, Gastronomica’s Jaclyn Rohel talks with Dr. Anne E. McBride and Dr. Tara Scully about how climate change... more

09 Jun 2024 · 36 minutes
Negotiating Dietary Change in a Time of Planetary Eating

This episode offers listeners a peek into Gastronomica’s next issue. “Coproducing ‘Planetary’ Eating Futures from Dakar: Dietary Diffusionism and the... more

12 May 2024 · 31 minutes
Kangaroo, Cattle, and the Historical Legacies of Modern Food Systems

In this episode, Gastronomica’s Bob Valgenti talks with Evelyn Lambeth about the rise of beef consumption and the historical legacies... more

05 May 2024 · 34 minutes
The Meanings of Meat: Lab-grown Protein and Biological Time

This week’s episode looks at lab-grown meat, climate change, and the possible futures of edibility. In conversation with Gastronomica’s Bob... more

07 Apr 2024 · 37 minutes
Masculinity and the Making of “Assamese” Pithas

In this episode, Gastronomica’s James Farrer talks with sociologist Pooja Kalita about gender and the labor of food provisioning in... more

31 Mar 2024 · 31 minutes
What Food Studies Needs Now

Where is Food Studies today, and where might it be tomorrow? Join Alyshia Gálvez in conversation with Jessica Carbone, Irina... more

24 Mar 2024 · 58 minutes
The Confectionery Industry in the Japanese Empire

In this episode, Gastronomica’s Jaclyn Rohel talks with author Lillian Tsay about her latest research on the rise of the... more

03 Mar 2024 · 31 minutes
The Meanings of Sweetness in Japan

What is “sweetness,” and how does its meaning change in communities over time? In this episode, Eric C. Rath and... more

25 Feb 2024 · 35 minutes
Tracing Food Memory through Migration and Displacement

What does food sustain? Elora Halim Chowdhury joins Gastronomica’s Signe Rousseau to discuss her new article on family, class, and... more

18 Feb 2024 · 53 minutes
Sean Wyer on Rome’s Historic Jewish Quarter

In this episode, Gastronomica’s Krishnendu Ray talks with Sean Wyer about the 21st century transformation of Rome’s Jewish Quarter. Drawing... more

26 Nov 2023 · 38 minutes
Lauren Crossland-Marr on Emerging Food Technologies and Science Communication

In this episode, cultural anthropologist Lauren Crossland-Marr returns to the Gastronomica podcast to discuss her new project on gene-edited foods... more

19 Nov 2023 · 34 minutes
Dan Bender on Making Wine Amidst Ruins

Gastronomica’s Dan Bender and Jaclyn Rohel explore wines from Italy’s Alto Piemonte region in this discussion on taste, livelihoods, and... more

12 Nov 2023 · 38 minutes
Nancy Sommers on Family Keepsakes

In this episode, Nancy Sommers discusses her new creative nonfiction article, “Things Left Behind,” in conversation with Signe Rousseau, Co-Chair... more

05 Nov 2023 · 45 minutes
Jed Hilton on Professional Cooking and the Meanings of Sustainability

What does it mean to be a “sustainable” chef? In this episode, Gastronomica’s Jaclyn Rohel talks with anthropologist Jed Hilton... more

29 Oct 2023 · 34 minutes
Chelsea Fisher and Clara Albacete on Superfoods and Green Capitalism

In this episode, Gastronomica’s Bob Valgenti talks with Chelsea Fisher and Clara Albacete about their new article on food justice... more

22 Oct 2023 · 42 minutes
Camille Bégin on Memory, Travel, and a Family Archive

In this episode, Gastronomica’s Alyshia Gálvez hosts historian Camille Bégin in a discussion on a family food archive. Drawing on... more

11 Jun 2023 · 45 minutes
Ellen Meiser on Taipei’s Daytime Street Markets

What is the social value of a daytime street market? In this episode, sociologist Ellen Meiser talks with Gastronomica’s Dan... more

05 Jun 2023 · 40 minutes
Cristina Fernández Recasens on the Pebbles Omelet

In this episode, Irina Mihalache of Gastronomica’s Editorial Collective hosts Cristina Fernández Recasens in a conversation about women’s domestic labor... more

21 May 2023 · 35 minutes
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Lauren Crossland-Marr on Emerging Food Technologies and Science Communication
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In this episode, cultural anthropologist Lauren Crossland-Marr returns to the Gastronomica podcast to discuss her new project on gene-edited foods and science... more