2013 Let’s Eat: The Material Culture of Food

28 August Deborah C. Andrews, Center for Material Culture Studies,“Introduction to the Series”

Sandy Isenstadt, Department of Art History,

“Visions of Plenty: The American Refrigerator in the 1950”

4 September Jaime Margalotti, Special Collections, University Library,“Cookery, Curatives, and Community: The Cookbook Collection in the UD Library”
11 September Tom Pauly, Department of English,“American Food and Wine Since 1960”
18 September David Ames, Center for Historic Architecture and Design,“Fast Food Architecture”
25 September Bill Deering, Department of Art,“Visualizing Desire: A Food Photographer’s Romp”
2 October Deborah Krohn, Bard Graduate Center, New York,“Pots and Pans in Renaissance Rome”
9 October Jennifer Lindner McGlinn, Author, cook and blogger,“Living Deliciously As Brought to You on Screen and Page”
16 October Lauren Brincat and Philippe Halbert, Winterthur Fellows,“Records and Recipes: Food and Drink in Early America”
23 October Fred DeMicco, Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management,“Beds, Burgers, Booze, and Cruise”
30 October David Leicht, Regional Culinary Director, ARAMARK Higher Education,“A Chef’s Perspective on Great Food for Great Numbers”
6 November Perry Chapman, Department of Art History“400 Year Old Cheese: Food in 17th Century Dutch Painting”
13 November Anne Krulikowski, Department of History,“You are Cordially Invited: Eating and Entertaining at Rockwood”
20 November Margaret Stetz, Department of Women and Gender Studies,“Mr Peanut, Dandy”
27 November (no class)
4 December Tiernan Alexander, Winterthur Fellow,“Spicy Tales from South Philly: Researching Colonial Mexican Foodways without leaving Your Backyard”