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A record of  Symposia past — Ideally this archive will include published Proceedings, and official programs, but ephemera would be wonderful too, photographs, notes, and reflections.  Please get in touch if you have goodies to share.  

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SAG 01

The Upstart Cuisine​

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SAG 02

Foodism: Philosophy or Fad

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SAG 03

A Multiculinary Society

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SAG 04

Food in Festivity

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SAG 05

The Pleasures of the Table 

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Much Depends on Dinner

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SAG 07

Nature and Culture

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SAG 08

Sustaining Gastronomy

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SAG 09

Food & Power

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SAG 10

Beyond the tuckerbox – securing the future

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The pursuit of happiness from colony to republic

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In Holiday Mood

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The Edible City: Ideas for urban gastronomy

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SAG 13

Food, Fears, Fads and Fancy

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SAG 14

Preservation or Change?

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SAG 15

Beyond the supermarket: learning to overcome gastronomic poverty

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SAG 16

Hunter: ‘Cry the Beloved River’

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The Federation of Taste

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SAG 19

The Generous Table

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SAG 21

Utopian Appetites

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Out of Place

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The education of the senses:
Aesthetics of food and drink

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Reclaiming Happiness: The Epicurean Garden, Simple Pleasures and a Sustainable Future

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Theme to be announced


17 – 20 July 2020

The Research Centre for the History of Food and Drink at the University of Adelaide has a useful list of Symposia, since the first in 1984 ‘actively involved in the promotion of Australian gastronomy; that is, one relevant to the culture, climate, and history of the Australian continent’.

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