1. Community-building initiatives

Great Street Meet Planning Committee Member, an outreach event to raise awareness for street vendors in New York, organized by the Street Vendor Project, New York, 3 May 2016.

2. Science days and school workshops

Visiting Scientist Day, an outreach event aimed at fourth- and fifth-graders (9-11 year olds), organized by NYU’s Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, Brooklyn, 28 April 2017.

3. Media appearances

Radio interview ‘We hangen vast aan de culinaire drievuldigheid: vlees, groenten, aardappelen [We Adhere to the Culinary Trinity of Meat, Vegetables and Potatoes]’, Radio 1, 6 March 2015.

JCD, ‘Iedereen herkent zich in uitspraak Jeroen Meus [Everyone Sympathizes with Statement Jeroen Meus]’, newspaper article published in Het Laatste Nieuws, 20 October 2014, referring to Anneke Geyzen’s Ph.D. research.

Radio interview ‘Eten op straat [Eating in the Streets]’, FM Brussel, 24 May 2012.

Michaël Bellon, ‘Het verhaal achter artisanaal [The Story behind Artisan Foods]’, newspaper article published in Brussel Deze Week, 7 October 2010, referring to the lecture

Anneke Geyzen & Frédéric Leroy, ‘De jacht op artisanale aroma’s [The Search for Artisan Aromas]’, paper presented during the workshop series Een kwestie van smaak [A Matter of Taste], organized by UPV, Brussels, 30 September 2010.

Ph.D. research in the media after a press communiqué, 20–22 December 2011:

  • National newspapers: De Standaard, De Morgen, Het Nieuwsblad, Het Laatste Nieuws
  • Lifestyle magazines: Knack
  • Radio interviews: Radio 1, Radio 2
  • TV interview: Terzake
  • Media mention in Dutch newspapers and on Dutch radio

4. Paper presentations

Anneke Geyzen, ‘The Hungry Gap’, paper presented at the food festival Krachtvoer#2 [Power Food#2], organized by Alle Dagen Honger and Villanella, Antwerp, 17 October 2014.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘De mythe van grootmoeders keuken. De uitvinding van culinair erfgoed in Vlaanderen na WOII [The Myth of Grandmother’s Cooking. The Invention of Culinary Heritage in Flanders after WWII]’, paper presented for Rotary Club, organized by Rotary Club, Herne, 14 June 2012.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘“Chaud! Chaud! Les marrons!” Straatventers in Brussel in de 19de eeuw [“Hot! Hot! Chestnuts!” Street Vendors in Brussels in the 19th Century]’, paper presented during the lecture series De smaak van de stad [The Taste of the City], organized by Brusselicious and FOST, Brussels, 25 May 2012.

Olivier de Maret, Daniëlle De Vooght, Anneke Geyzen & Peter Scholliers, ‘Vergeten groenten [Forgotten Vegetables]’, paper presented during De Week van de Smaak [The Week of Taste], organized by UPV and FOST, in collaboration with master chef Patrick Caignau, Ninove, 12 November 2010.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘De constructie van culinaire tradities in Vlaanderen, 1945-1960 [The Construction of Culinary Traditions in Flanders, 1945-1960]’, paper presented during the workshop series De geschiedenis van honger en dorst [The History of Hunger and Thirst], organized by Hasseltse Vrijzinnige Humanisten, Masereelfonds Hasselt, Linx+, Grijze Geuzen, HVV Limburg, HV Diest, Vrijzinnige Vrouwen Limburg, Willemsfonds Hasselt, Vermeylenfonds Hasselt, VOC Hasselt & IMD Limburg, Hasselt, 21 October 2010.

Anneke Geyzen & Frédéric Leroy, ‘De jacht op artisanale aroma’s [The Search for Artisan Aromas]’, paper presented during the workshop series Een kwestie van smaak [A Matter of Taste]’, organized by UPV, Brussels, 30 September 2010.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Op grootmoeders wijze. De Vlaamse keuken door de jaren heen [Grandmother’s Cooking. Flemish Cuisine through Time]’, paper presented for NEOS, organized by UPV, series of four lectures (Merchtem, 25 February 2010; Deinze, 11 February 2010; Dessel, 19 January 2010; Lubbeek, 15 October 2009).

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Op grootmoeders wijze. De Vlaamse keuken door de jaren heen [Grandmother’s Cooking. Flemish Cuisine through Time]’, paper presented during De Week van de Smaak [The Week of Taste], organized by UPV and FOST, in collaboration with chef Guy Van Cauteren, Brussels, 17 November 2009.

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