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Food as Memory: Migrants, Food Traditions and Community Markets

November 16, 2019
12:15 pm
- 3:30 pm


Dudley H. Davis Center
Hands with dishes of colorful food.
Please note: This talk is part of our Fall Conference 2019. You must have registered for the conference to attend this event.

Familiar foods call up memories of home, connect people to each other, and lend comfort to the uprooted. Explore this universal human experience through a walking tour in the Old North End of Burlington, a destination for migrant groups for almost 200 years.

The tour will highlight the push and pull of various migrations over time, how people carry on their food traditions while far from home, and how many newcomers feed their communities through local agriculture ventures and markets. Along the way, we will sample foods of various cultures, meet people who make a living through food, and hear their stories.

Led by Charlotte Barrett of Historic New England and Elise Guyette and Gail Rosenberg of the Burlington Edible History Tour.

Participants will travel on a shuttle bus during portions of the tour.

Organizer

Richelle Franzoni
Phone:
(802) 262-1355

Venue

Dudley H. Davis Center
590 Main Street
Burlington, VT 05401 United States
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Phone:
(802) 656-4636