Boston University’s Programs in Food and Wine and MLA in Gastronomy Program are pleased to announce the following lectures scheduled for the Fall 2017 semester. Lectures in the Pépin Series are free and open to the public, but registration with Boston University’s Programs in Food and Wine is required. The Cooking Gene, with Michael Twitty […]
Posts that highlight student research, including theses and graduation projects
It is just about back-to-school season, when the Gastronomy Program will welcome a new group of students.. Here a fresh batch of their bios and photos. Enjoy getting to know them! Ariana Gunderson grew up in the Boston area and looks forward to returning for her Gastronomy MLA at BU. After graduating with a BA in […]
When you go out to dinner with friends and family do you imagine the connections that are being made between the people, space, and the food? Well, students of the Fall ’16 Anthropology of Food course have mapped it out for you! Below you will find student interpretations of the relationships that are created when […]
Looking for resources to finish up those final papers? Check out the Schlesinger Library at Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute. With hundreds of volumes of cookbooks dating back to the 17th century and leading to the present, culinary magazines, and other periodicals, to manuscripts of world renowned and lesser known chefs, cooks, television personalities and restauranteurs the […]
A new trend is emerging in Christian communities across the country. Modeled after the gatherings of first century Christians and grounded in the language of the Eucharist (a meal of bread and wine instituted by Jesus during his final Passover supper), dinner church communities gather to hold their church service over the course of a meal.