Bridg’it! 2019 : 4th International workshop in Sociology of food took place in Lisbon – 20-22 May

In May (20-22) “Bridg’it 2019”, the fourth international workshop of “Sociology of food” took place in Lisbon, four years after the first meeting in Copenhagen.

Founded in 2015 (see the abstract of the first meeting), this meeting aimed at building “more projects, more collaborations, more colleagues !”. And it worked : it grew bigger, gathering now Danish, French, Brittish and Portuguese researchers of several networks (food sociologists from the FRIED group in Edinburgh, the Department of Food and Ressource Economics (IFRO) in Copenhagen, and the Institute for Social Sciences in Lisboa, and SOLAL).

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L’amour peut-il faire aimer les choux de Bruxelles ?

Je présente le sujet de ma thèse commencée en septembre 2016 au sein de Solal sous la direction de Séverine Gojard (Inra Solal).

I started my doctoral research in september 2016, under the supervision of Séverine Gojard (Inra Solal). Entitled « Living together in the Kitchen : the social Determinants of cooking and eating Negociations among newly cohabitants Couples», this research explores how founding a couple transforms food habits.

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