by Carlos Olaechea There’s no doubt that Gastronomy students have a passion for food, but sometimes it helps to have some professional insight into how we can turn that passion into a career. With many of our peers taking advantage of Boston Globe dining editor Sheryl Julian’s food writing class, and increased interest in visiting […]
By Ty Robinson Last week, the Gastronomy Department hosted its first guest lecture of the season. Laura Barraclough presented a talk entitled “Cultivating Whiteness: Gentleman Farming as Settler Colonialism in Los Angeles.” Barraclough is an Assistant Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity, Race and Migration at Yale University. Her engaging lecture started with a brief […]
By Sarah McKeen Maybe it was the wine or the fact that Boston decided to bless us with a rare evening above freezing. Regardless, the warmth was felt all around on the evening of January 13. Orientation for all incoming Gastronomy students began at 5 pm with an introduction by Professor Rachel Black who promised […]
Spring Lecture Series: Cultivating Whiteness: Gentleman Farming as Settler Colonialism in Los Angeles
The first lecture of the Gastronomy@BU Spring 2014 Lecture Series is this Thursday. Don’t miss out on an amazing presentation by Laura Barraclough!