Anthropology (of food): what’s this?

As a pilot, the Belgian team chose to highlight the children’s point of view on food in an encyclopedia made by and for children. The idea for this book was born out of a series of workshops on food facilitated by Elodie Razy and Mélanie Vivier with 5 classes (from kindergarten to 5th primary grade) […]

Launch of the Norwegian cooking booklet for surplus tables

The Norwegian research team at consumption research Norway (SIFO) collaborated with the social entrepreneur Kompass & Co and Sagene Skole to realize a surplus table as a pilot. Students learned over several weeks both practically and theoretically about food waste, strategies to preserve food, and cooking and baking with surplus ingredients such as overripe bananas. […]

Launch of the Norwegian “Sunn Start” recipe booklet

The Norwegian recipe booklet emerged during the collaboration for the case in Oslo, Norway. The researchers Gun Roos and Laura Terragni collaborated with a Norwegian class and the Sunn Start (“Healthy Start”) project. During the class immigrant women learning Norwegian were invited to share recipes they enjoy cooking at home. In class the recipes were […]

Public dialog | Hybrid forum

What is a hybrid forum? Hybrid forums are spaces for public dialogue among people with different interests, backgrounds, and positions. During a hybrid forum, people from a local community have the possibility to exchange their perspectives, experiences, and knowledge with each other. Participants to the panel will first meet together and discuss; They can ask […]

Slices of Oslo

Mélanie Vivier & Sarah Marchiset Welcome to you, readers. By reading this text, you will follow some slices of the daily life of two FOOD2GATHER members – Mélanie & Sarah – who are both Ph.D. candidates, respectively in the Belgian and the French team. Together with the amount of work they have to do, they […]

The garden of Ritchie, Youssef and Kathryn: a sharing of soil and know-how to fight against discrimination and make it a home

Chantal Crenn The investigation carried out for Food2gather research during summertime 2021 with the photographer Simoné Cinélli and the anthropologist Chantal Crenn in the small city of Sainte Foy La Grande in Bordeaux vineyard shows “the capacity to act” for young migrants and minorities through the shared gardens built behind the cinema in the city […]