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Régimes et modèles alimentaires. Mythes, réalités et espoirs

Diets and Food Patterns. Myths, Realities and Hopes

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Publié le lundi 16 mai 2011 par Loïc Le Pape

Résumé

Le quatrième symposium international de CORPUS Groupe international d'études culturelles sur le corps aura pour thème : « régimes et modèles alimentaires. Mythes, réalités et espoirs ». Il réunira les 5 et 6 juillet 2011 des chercheurs venus d'une dizaine de pays à Tbilissi (Géorgie).

Annonce

 

FOURTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF CORPUS, DIETS & FOOD PATTERNS. Myths, Realities and Hopes, Tbilisi, July 5th-6th 2011,

  • CORPUS International Group for the Cultural Studies of the Body &
  • ILIA STATE UNIVERSITY
  • STOCKHOLM UNIVERSITY

TUESDAY, JULY 5th

INTRODUCTION SESSION, 9 h 00 – 9 h 30

Reception of participants by the coordinators

Welcome words by the rector of the Ilia State University, Gigi Tevzadze

Paata Donadze (Ilia State University, Georgia) & Ulrica Söderlind (Stockholm University, Sweden): Diets and Food Patterns. A Brief Introduction

BIOCULTURAL APPROACHES TO THE HUMAN NUTRITION, 9 h 30 – 11 h 30

Yanne Boloh (University of Tours, France): Food Allergy: A Global Social Fact

Alexandra Comşa (Institute of Archaeology Vasile Parvan, Romania): Dental pathology in the Eneolithic and Bronze Age of Romania

Hélène Hoarau, Caroline Giacomoni, Annelise Favier & Alain Monnereau (University of Bordeaux 2, EHESS & University of Montpellier 3, France): Thinking the Aliment in the Context of Disease: The Balance between Vital Force and Chemical Treatment Efficacy. Impact of Cancer on Diets and Foods Patterns (France)

Eliso Kvavadze & Inga Martkoplishvili (Georgian National Museum’s Institute of Palaeobiology, Georgia): The Palaeodiet of Man of the Bronze Epoch in the Mountains  of  Southern Georgia according to the Data of the Pollen Investigation

Break

DIETS & IDEOLOGIES, 11 h 45 – 13 h 15

Felix Chun Huang (National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan): Diet, Anorexia and Asceticism

Tristan Landry (University of Sherbrooke, Canada): The Memory of Hunger and the Obsession with Calories in the Third Reich

Josef Schovanec (EHESS, France): Food Patterns, Spirituality, Overcoming of Human Nature and New Religions of the West. The Example of Theosophy, Scientology and Bahai Faith

Lunch

DIETETICS, BODIES & SOCIETIES, 15 h – 17 h 30

Laura Prosperi (University of Milan, Italy): Born Under a Cabbage. Dietetics and Procreation over the Ancient Regime (France, 16th-17th centuries)

Brigitte Sebastia (French Institute of Pondicherry, India): Facing up to Metabolic Syndrome in India. The Difficulty to Return to Indian Traditional Food Consumption

Stefan Pettersson, Marianne Pipping Ekström & Christina M. Berg (University of Gothenburg, Sweden): The Food and Weight Combat: A Problematic Fight

Gabriela-Marianna Luca (Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania): In The Romanian Holy Hags’ Kitchen

Ulrica Söderlind (Stockholm University, Sweden): The Kitchen Warriors

Break

EMBLEMATIC FOODS & CONSUMPTION PATTERNS, 17 h 45 – 19 h 30

Paata Donadze (Ilia State University, Georgia): Grapes and Wine in Georgia

Ioseb Beritashvili (Ilia State University, Georgia): Wheat in Religious Practices in Georgia

F. Xavier Medina (Open University of Catalonia, Spain): The Doctor and the Priest. Believes and Scientific Considerations on Food: The Example of the Mediterranean Diet

Frédéric Duhart (EHESS, France): The culture of gras. Fattened Duck and Goose Products in Southwest France

WEDNESDAY, JULY 6th

GEORGIAN HERITAGE & FOODWAYS

Field trip from Tbilisi to Mtskheta

Departure from Ilia State University: 10 h 00

Final words and closing dinner

All the working sessions of the symposium will be held at the Ilia State University, Chavchavadze Ave. 32, Tbilisi: Building A, Room A 101. This event will be open to interested researchers, students, teachers, dancers, journalists, etc. Participation will be free, but an advance registration is recommended.

Contacts:

Lieux

  • Tbilissi (Géorgie), Chavchavadze Ave. 32, (Ilia State University, Building A, Room A 101)

Dates

  • mardi 05 juillet 2011

Mots-clés

  • alimentation, régime, diète, nutrition, santé

Contacts

  • Frédéric Duhart
    courriel : frederic [dot] duhart [at] orange [dot] fr

Source de l'information

  • Frédéric Duhart
    courriel : frederic [dot] duhart [at] orange [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Régimes et modèles alimentaires. Mythes, réalités et espoirs », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le lundi 16 mai 2011, http://calenda.org/204370