Past Conferences

 

 

Previous Conference Programs and Hosts:

 

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Lunch at the conference was provided by several popular food trucks!

  • 2010: Food in Bloom
    • ASFS-AFHVS 2010 Program Indiana University, Bloomington
  • 2009: Informing Possibilities for the Future of Food and Agriculture
    • ASFS-AFHVS 2009 Program Penn State CollegeConference events include opportunities to try exemplary food, such as that served at Herwig’s Austrian Bistro in State College, PA.

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      Conference events include opportunities to try exemplary food, such as that served at Herwig’s Austrian Bistro in State College, PA.

 

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Keynote speeches are made by prominent scholars, such as Jessica Harris shown here discussing the cuisine of New Orleans.

  • 2004: From Agriculture to Culture: The Social Transformation of Food
    • Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, NY
  • 2003: Local Democracy: Sustaining Healthy Community through Ethical, Sustainable Food Systems
    • Austin, Texas
  • 2002: City in a Garden: Producing and Consuming Food in the New Millennium
    • DePaul University, Chicago, IL
  • 2001: Food Chains and Food Change: Food and Agricultural Issues at the Turn of the Century
    • University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN
  • 2000: Millennial Stews: Food & Food Systems in the Global City
    • New York University, NY, NY
  • 1999: Crossing Borders: food and Agriculture in the Americas
    • Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto, ON

 

 

More Conference Photos:

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Time is allowed for attendees to explore the local community, such as the Farmers’ Market of New Orleans.

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Members enjoy sampling and discussing distinctive foods, such as boiled peanuts.

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Excursions to cultural institutions, such as the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, are incorporated into the conference agenda.