Program

Tuesday (02.09)

Arrival of Delegates

Wednesday (03.09)

9.00 – 9.30 – Opening (Aula)

9.30 – 10.00 – Opening Lecture:

Prof. Dr. Patricia Lysaght (Ireland): SIEF Ethnological Food Research Group: Past, Present and Future

10.00 – 11.00 – Keynote Lecture:

Prof. Dr. Maciej Kokoszko (Poland): Rice as a Foodstuff and a Medication in Ancient and Byzantine Medical Literature

11.00 – 11.30 – Tea/Coffee Break

11.30 – 13.00 – Concurrent Sessions:

Session I: The Internet as Local, National and Global Cook-Book and Culinary Research Tool – Part 1 (Room 1)

Prof. Dr. Grith Lerche (Denmark)chair person

Prof. Dr. Violetta Krawczyk-Wasilewska (Poland): Global Food Tale in the Age of the Internet

Prof. Dr. Silke Bartsch (Germany): Internet Recipes in the Cooking Practice

Ivanche Dimitrievski , M.A ., Dr. Philippos Papadopoulos, Rodica Arpasanu, M.A. student (Greece): Should Mediterranean Cuisine be Viewed as a Fully-Fledged Public Discourse, or as Part of a Wider Food and Wellness Narrative? An Internet-Based Study 

Session II: Food, Marketing, and the Internet – Part 1 (Room 2)
Dr. Anikó Báti (Hungary)chair person
Dr. Déirdre D’Auria  and Prof. Dr. Patricia Lysaght  (Ireland): Online Marketing of Irish Food as a Tourist Attraction

Prof. Dr. Manon Boulianne and Claudia Laviolette, Ph.D. student (Canada): Actual or Virtual? Discourse and Interactions Around “Local Food” in Quebec

Prof. Dr. Naoto Minami (Japan) : Communication of Food Information with the Internet in Contemporary Japan

Dr. Fionnuala Carson Williams (Northern Ireland): The Use of Proverbs in the Promotion of Food on the Internet

13.00 – 14.00 – Lunch

14.15 – 16.15 – Concurrent Sessions:

Session I: The Internet as Local, National and Global Cook-Book and Culinary Research Tool – Part 2 (Room 1)

Prof. Dr. Rogéria Campos de Almeida Dutra (Brasil)chair person

Prof. Dr. Maja Godina Golija (Slovenia): When Old Meets New. The Demonstration of Traditional Slovene Dishes and Locally-Produced Food on the Internet

Prof. Dr. Antonia Matalas  and Aristea Baschali, Ph.D. student  (Greece): The Comeback of Homemade Foods and the Role of the Web. The Case of Non-Alcoholic Fermented Beverages

 

Session II: Food, Marketing, and the Internet – Part 2 (Room 2)

Dr. Déirdre D’Auria (Ireland)chair person

Dr. Laura Solanilla Demestre, Dr. F. Xavier Medina (Spain): Gastronomy and Social Networks: Heritage and Food Blogging in Catalonia

Dr. Ewa Kopczyńska (Poland): Novelty with a Traditional Twist: Food Co-Operatives as Shortening Food Chains in a Global Network

Dr. Anna Mlekodaj, (Poland): Local Food Product and the Ethno-Future: The Online Case of Polish Mountaineers’ Regional Cheese ‘Oscypek’

Maeve Cushen, Ph.D. student et al. (Ireland): CyberBar-Smartphone Ready Food Traceability and Consumer Communication

17.00 – 19.30 – Łódź Sightseeing Tour

19.30 – 20.30 – Dinner (Manufaktura Square)

Thursday (04.09)

9.00  – 20.00 – Full-Day Excursion / Food and Culinary Workshops /  Free Time

Friday (05.09)

9.00 –11.00 – Concurrent Sessions:

Session III: The Internet and Food Values: Ethics, Aesthetics, Environment, Health and Lifestyle – Part 1 (room 1)

Prof. Dr. Antonia Matalas (Greece)chair person

Astra Spālvena, Ph.D. student (Latvia): Picture Me Perfect: Aesthetics of Food in Online Photographs

Yrsa Lindqvist, Fil. Lic. (Finland): Seasonal Food in a Virtual Basket – A Campaign for Environmental Sustainability

Dr. Hiroko Nakazawa (Japan): Presentation of Japanese Specialities

Session IV: Food, Identity, Gender and the Internet  (room 2)

Prof. Dr. Maja Godina Golija (Slovenia)chair person

Prof. Dr. Rogéria Campos de Almeida Dutra  (Brazil): When Men go to the Kitchen: Food and Gender in Websites and Blogs in Brazil
Dr. Magdalena Tomaszewska-Bolałek (Independent scholar and
Writer, Warsaw, Poland,): Homo Gourmand and Homo Cooking: Two Main Culinary Tribes of the Internet Era

Dr. Anikó Báti  (Hungary): Cooking Know-How: Virtual and Personal Transmission of Skills (A Hungarian Example)

11.00 – 11.30 – Tea/Coffee Break

11.30 – 14.00  – Trip to Fish Farm and Restaurant. Lunch

16.00 – 18.00 – Concurrent Sessions:

Session III: The Internet and Food Values: Ethics, Aesthetics, Environment, Health and Lifestyle – Part 2 (Room1)

Prof. Dr. Naoto Minami (Japan)chair person

Una A. Robertson (Scotland) : Slow Food: Scotland

Izabela Lis, Ph.D. student (Poland): Have You Ever Eaten Food Out of a Rubbish Bin? Polish Freegans, Consumer Ethics, and Cultural Taboos

Klaudyna Hebda, M.A. (Poland): Food – Blogging – Identity: Free Expression or Lifetime Project?

Rafał Pilarek, Ph.D. student (Poland): ‘Cabane  à Sucre’ on the Internet

20.00 – 22.00 – Gala Reception (Klub Spadkobierców, Piotrkowska Street 77)        

Saturday (06.09)

9.00 – 10.30 – Session VI: Food: Past and Present in the Light of Internet Sources (Room 1)

Prof. Dr. Maciej Kokoszko (Poland) –  chair person

Prof. Dr. Johanna Maria van Winter (The Netherlands): A Database of Medieval Plant Names

Zofia Rzeźnicka, Ph.D. student (Poland): Ancient and Byzantine Food and the Internet

Anna Rydz-Żbikowska, M.A.(Poland):Organic Agriculture in the Decade of the Internet

10.30 – 11.30  – Conference Concluding Session

12.00 – 13.00 – Lunch

14.00 – Departure of Delegates