Registration Open: Devouring: Food, Drink and the Written Word, 1800-1945

Registration is now open for ‘Devouring: Food, Drink and the Written Word, 1800-1945’, a one day multidisciplinary conference to be held at the University of Warwick on Saturday 8th March. The conference brings together researchers with an interest in the culinary cultures of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to share perspectives on food, drink, consumption and literature.

 The programme can be downloaded as a pdf here. Registration is £20 full, £15 for students and £10 for Warwick staff and students. Directions, registration instructions and other information can be foundhere

 The conference is organised by Mary Addyman, Laura Wood and Chris Yiannitsaros. You can contact the team at devouring2014@gmail.com.

 Devouring: Food, Drink and the Written Word, 1800-1945

 Saturday 8th March 2014
 
Humanities Building, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, UK
Programme
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09.30 – 10.00am: Registration, tea and coffee (Ground floor corridor)
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10.00 – 10.15am: Welcome and Introduction (H052)
Mary Addyman, Laura Wood and Christopher Yiannitsaros (University of Warwick)
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10.15 – 11.15am: Keynote Address I (H052)
Dr. Margaret Beetham (University of Salford): Title TBA
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11.15 – 11.30am: Tea and coffee break (Ground floor corridor)
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11.30am – 12.50pm Session 1
Panel 1A – Regional, National and Culinary Identities (H058)
Lucy Dow (History, University College London), ‘Imagining the Nation in Early Nineteenth Century Printed Cookery Books’
Joanne Ella Parsons (English, Bath Spa University), ‘Surtees’ ‘Great Guzzling’ Gourmand: Eating, Hunting, and Making Merry in Handley Cross and Jorrocks’ Jaunts and Jollities’
Dr. Ian Miller (History of Medicine, University of Ulster), ‘Food, Anglo-Irish Relations and Irish Rhetorics of Resistance, c. 1845-1922’
Panel 1B – Aspirational Consumption (H060)
Lesley Steinitz (History, University of Cambridge), ‘The Tales They Told: The Creation of the Healthy Ideal Through Branded Food Advertising, 1890-1918’
Graham Harding (English, University of Cambridge), ‘“A change comes over the spirit of your vision”: Champagne in England, 1860-1944’
Dr. Corinna Peniston-Bird (History, University of Lancaster), ‘“Yes, We had no Bananas”: Sharing Memories of the Second World War’
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12.50 – 1.50pm: Lunch (Ground floor corridor)
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1.50 – 3.10pm: Session 2
Panel 2A – Interrogating Excess (H058)
Abigail Dennis (English, University of Toronto), ‘Reading About Good Dinners: The Ambivalent Gourmand in Thackeray’s Gustative Writing’
Thora Hands (History of Health and Healthcare, University of Strathclyde), ‘“When the West Wind Blows”: Drinking Cultures in Late Nineteenth Century Britain’
Dr. Charlotte Boyce (English, University of Portsmouth), ‘Onions and Honey, Roast Spiders and Chutney: Unusual Appetites and Idiosyncratic Eating Habits in Edward Lear’s Nonsense Verse’
Panel 2B – (Un)Satisfied Appetites (H060)
Dr. Angelica Michelis (English, Manchester Metropolitan University), ‘Feeding the Vampire: The Ravenous Hunger of the fin de siècle’
Dr. Lesa Scholl (English, University of Queensland), ‘The Rhetoric of Taste: Reform, Hunger and Consumption in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Mary Barton’
Dr. Paul Vlitos (English, University of Surrey), ‘Supplying the Mob with the Food it Likes’: Taste, Appetite and the Literary Marketplace in George Gissing’s New Grub Street and Will Warburton’
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3.10 – 3.25pm: Tea and Coffee Break (Ground floor corridor)
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3.25 – 4.25pm: Session 3
Panel 3A – Digesting Social Reform (H058)
Dr. Annemarie McAllister (History, University of Central Lancashire), ‘Temperance Tropes: Sensation, Sentiment and Narrative Legacies’
Dr. Lucinda Matthews-Jones (History, Liverpool John Moores University), ‘Eating and Dining at Toynbee Hall, 1885-1914’
Panel 3B – Disrupting Domestic Femininities (H060)
Dr. Emanuela Ettorre (English, University of Chieti-Pescara), ‘Rewriting Women: Thomas Hardy, Food and the Menace of the Impure’
Janine Catalano (Independent Food Historian), ‘An Unrefined Palette: Food, Class and Gender in the Work of Leonora Carrington’
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4.25 – 4.40 Comfort break
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4.40 – 5.40 Keynote Address II (H052)
Professor Nicola Humble (Roehampton University): Title TBA
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5.40 – 5.50pm: Closing Remarks (H052)
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5.50 – 6.30pm Drinks Reception (Graduate Space, 4th floor)
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