We are delighted to host archeologist Dr. Kurush Dalal who will talk about the ‘The Archaeology of Food’.
The Talk: Food History and Heritage Gastronomy are amongst the buzz words these days, yet few people, if any, really try and research the real history of food -
not the history of the past few hundred years or the royal courts, but the history of over 200,000 years of food cultivation, preparation and cooking.
This talk is a small beginning in that direction. It will take you on a journey through time and space via the eating habits of our ancestors, especially in the Indian sub-continent.
The talk aims at recounting the histories of our food patterns and choices based on archaeological, historical and anthropological data.
It is a small attempt at recreating the foods that made us what we are.
Date: Sunday, 8th March, 2015
Time: 10.45 am (Please note the time. It is a change from our usual evening event time).
Speaker: Dr. Kurush Dalal: Director & Field Director CEMS and INSTUCEN Chandhore Excavations, Assistant Professor (Archaeology),
Coordinator (Archaeology, Advanced Archaeology and Anc. Ind Arts, Crafts & Sc.), Centre for Extra Mural Studies (CEMS) University of Mumbai (Kalina Campus)
With many thanks to our friends at Black Swan Journeys for bringing this talk to us.
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