FOCUS presents MEAT & CULTURE seminar

9 RESEARCHERS FROM AARHUS UNIVERSITY PRESENT THEIR VIEW ON MEAT IN A CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE

2018.09.11 | Camilla Mathiesen

Date Thu 13 Sep
Time 13:00 17:00
Location AU building 1584, room 112, Langelandsgade 145, 8000 Aarhus C

SIGN UP – Free attendance. Please sign up with a mail to nannahammerbech@hot mail.dk by September 10th so we know how much coffee and cake we need!

PROGRAMME:
 13.00 Welcome by Head of Center Ass. Professor, P.h.D Susanne Højlund and Head of Food and Tourism Studies, University College Absalon Jonatan Leer

13.15 Presentations and questions (1st round)
• “Eating meat and meeting The Flesh of the World: On the very impossibility of personal diets” by Senior Lecturer Steen Brock
• “Burger Jihad: Fatal Attractions at a Sufi Lodge in Pakistan” by Ass. Professor Mikkel Rytter 14.00 Presentations and questions (2nd round)
• ”Animals before slaughtering: Farmers relations to the animals and negotiations on animal welfare” by Postdoc Inger Anneberg
• ”Cackling in the chicken yard: Quality conventions in the chicken production” by Postdoc Martin Thorsøe

14.40 Break with free coffee and cake

15.00 Presentations and questions (3rd round)
• “Because it keeps us warm: Whale meats significance for the Greenlandic society” by Ass. Professor, Postdoc Pelle Tejsner
• ”BBQ practices in Aarhus: Reversal of the meat meal” by Ass. Professor, P.h.D Susanne Højlund and Ass. Professor Bodil Selmer 15.50 Presentations and questions (4th round)
• How can we (not) eat pork? Food constituting national and regional identity in “Meatball case from Randers” and “New Nordic cuisine” by Postdoc Anette Vandsø
• “Meat and Masculinity” by Head of Food and Tourism Studies Jonatan Leer
16.30 Debate and ideas for future FOCUS activities

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