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Upcoming panel discussion


Posted By on Jun 8, 2017

Consider this rather advance notice, but the Less Sociable Half will be taking part in a panel discussion sponsored by the Cambridge Global Food Security research initiative, the University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute and the Forum for Sustainability and the Environment. The discussion is part of the University of Cambridge’s Festival of Ideas, and we’ll be at the David Attenborough Building, (New Museums...

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After a longer-than-planned winter break, I’m back to blogging. Earlier this week, I had the pleasant of an all-too-brief visit to Plumpton College, in Sussex. For those not familiar with it, Plumpton is the one place in the UK that offers degrees in wine business and production. The College more generally does various agricultural and ‘land-based’ courses (as their website puts it.) Alas, I did not get to see the kangaroos. At any...

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Anthroenology are pleased to announce that we will be presenting at the Amsterdam Symposium on the History of Food in January 2016. The Symposium topic is ‘Fire, Knives and Fridges,’ and we will be talking about ‘The unproduction of wine: eliding technology in natural and post-modern wine making.‘ For more information, see our Talks page: http://www.anthroenology.org/talks/ or the Symposium’s page, here:...

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