Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn about an original and multidisciplinary approach to Italian food history and culture. Francesco D’Ausilio, an Italian historian from Rome whose area of research is Italian food history and culture, will give a series of presentations on “Story Telling and Food History Through Recipes Books and Periodicals (1945-1990).”
The following series will take place at Stony Brook University’s Center for Italian Studies, Melville Memorial Library, Room E4340.
Tuesday, October 17, 5:30 pm
“Gastronomy in the Years of the Economical Miracle (1958-1963)
“Between Controversy and Crisis in Food Culture (1963-1972)”
“The Seventies: Between Tensions and Austerity in the Kitchen (1973-1980)”
“The Eighties: Between Modernity and Turning Left into the Kitchen (1981-1992)”
Thursday, October 19, 5:30 pm
Enjoy a tasting of products from Italy at a reception following presentations by a delegation of Italian government officials: The Honorable Dario Franceschini, Minister of Culture and Tourism; The Honorable Stefano Dambruoso, Questore and Deputy, Italian Parliament; and The Honorable Michela DiBiase, Member of Rome’s City Council.
Please visit stonybrook.edu/italianstudies for more information or call (631) 632-7444.