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Recent discussions about health, food safety and an awareness of vanishing traditions have resulted in an increasing interest in traditional foods and food heritage.

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locatieGroningen
diplomacertificate
typesummer course, 0 EC
taalvolledig English
opleidingsduur5 dagen voltijd

This summer school is organised by the Groningen Institute of Archaeology, an institution well known for its advanced research of subfossil plant remains. This summer school is aimed at broadening and deepening your knowledge of traditional food practices. It will help you to learn to recognize them in your archaeobotanical assemblage.

Food from Field to Fork engages with key questions that arise from the archaeobotanical study of past food practices. For instance:

  • how can I recognize crop processing in my samples?
  • how can morphological traits help me to determine crop preferences?
  • are traces of preparation marks recognisable on subfossil remains?
  • what can historical sources tell me about crop processing in the field and food preparation in the home?

This summer school challenges you to think about how to tackle these key questions. We will assist you and help you learn to do so by studying examples of recent traditional food products, subfossil samples from Early Modern cesspits as well as a variety of historical recipes. The programme of this summer school will be divided into a theoretical and a practical session, during which there is always time for discussion.

Onderwijs

taal van onderwijs100% en
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onderwijsvormen
group discussion, laboratory work, seminar, self study
objectives
After this course you will be able to:

describe the theoretical underpinnings of micro-analytic research on classroom interactions
formulate your own research questions
set up a design for research on classroom interactions
analyze data on classroom interactions using state-of-the-art techniques
study load
After successful participation, students will receive a certificate of participation signed by the coordinators of the summer school. Upon request the certificate can mention the workload of 65 hours (28 hours corresponds to 1 ECTS). Students can apply for recognition of these credits to the relevant authorities in their home institutions, therefore the final decision on awarding credits is at the discretion of their home institutions.

Toelating en kosten

inbegrepen in collegegeld
dinner
excursions
lunch
study material

De stad

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bron: HBO-raad/VSNU

Contact

Selma Bakker MA
E: summerschools@rug.nl
T: +31 503632901
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