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School of Social Sciences, Humanities, & Arts | UC - Merced
Symposium Co-Organizer
Dept. of Anthropology | Northwestern U.
Presentation: Pre-digestion as an Evolutionary Impetus for Human Fermented Food Use (with Paula Maia, Elizabeth K. Mallott, Maria Luisa Savo Sardaro, and Yan Zeng)
Dept. of Archaeology | U. York
Presentation: Prehistoric Fermentation, Delay-Return Economies and the Emergence of Pottery Technology
Applied Ecology | North Carolina St. U. - Raleigh
Presentation: The Global Biodiversity of Fermented Foods: A General Framework and New Hypotheses (with Michael C. Gavin)
Dept. of Archaeology | U. York
Symposium Co-Organizer
Dept. of Anthropology & Development Studies | U. Melbourne
Presentation: Fermented Cultures: The Flavor of Bamboo Shoots
Dept. of Anthropology/Deakin Inst. for Citizenship & Globalisation | Deakin U.
Presentation: Living Machines Go Wild
School of Geography & the Environment | U. Oxford
Presentation: Taste shaping natures: Making novel miso with charismatic microbes and New Nordic fermenters in Copenhagen (with Joshua Evans)
Center for Transcultural Studies | U. Heidelberg
Presentation:The Nectar of Life: Fermentation and the Ambivalences of Natural Farming in India
Dept. of Anthropology | Massachusetts Inst. of Technology
Presentation: Protecting Perishable Value(s): The Material-Semiotics of Moving Fermented Foods across International Borders
Faculty of Design & Art | Free U. of Bozen-Bolzano
Presentation: Microbial Antagonism in Trentino Alps (Italy). Negotiating Spacetimes through the Fermentation of Mountain Raw Milk
Dept. of Archaeogenetics | Max Planck Inst. for the Science of Human History
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Dept. of Archaeogenetics | Max Planck Inst. for the Science of Human History
Symposium Co-Organizer; Presentation: Heirloom Microbes
Inst. for Prehistoric Archaeology | Freie U. Berlin
Presentation: Curdled, not stirred. Dairy foods along the Near Eastern – European Neolithic trajectory
Dept. of Sociology | U. Helsinki
Presentation: Fermentation and post-antibiotic worlds
Palace Site Investigations | Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties
Presentation: Seeking prehistoric fermented food in Japan and Korea
Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology | James Madison U.
Presentation: Missing Microbes and Other Gendered Microbiopolitics in Bovine Fermentation
Dept. of Anthropology, Harvard U. | Dept. of Archaeogenetics, Max Planck Inst. for the Science of Human History
Symposium Co-Organizer
Dept. of Anthropology | New York U.
Presentation: Microbial Advocacy: Waste and Fermentation as an Affirmative Biopolitics in China