1. Invited papers

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Food Studies in Europe and North America: A Comparison of Themes, Approaches and Methods’, paper presented at the Third International Conference on Food History and Food Studies, organized by the Université François-Rabelais and the Institut Européen d’Histoire et des Cultures de l’Alimentation, Tours, 1-2 June 2017.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Historical Mapping: Street Food Vendors in Brussels and New York (19th-20th Centuries)’, paper presented at the research event New York Scapes: Culture Mapping, organized by New York University, New York, 7 April 2017.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Potatoes and Pretzels. Street food in New York City, 1898-1945’, paper presented at the street food panel Street Food in NYC: Past and Present, organized by The New School and the Culinary Historians of New York, New York, 12 April 2016.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Food and Identity’, paper presented at the International Summer School European Identity?, organized by the Institute for European Studies, Brussels, 28 July 2015.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Culinaire vererfgoeding in Vlaanderen tussen 1945 en 2000. Een historisch-gastrolinguïstische analyse [Culinary Heritagization in Flanders between 1945 and 2000. A Historical Gastrolinguistic Analysis]’, paper presented for the ICAG seminars, organized by the Interfacultair Centrum Agrarische Geschiedenis (KU Leuven), Leuven, 18 September 2014.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Straatventers, regelgeving en politie in Brussel, ca.1845-1880 [Street Vendors, Regulations and Police in Brussels, ca. 1845-1880]’, paper presented at the study conference Printemps de l’histoire. Lente van de geschiedenis [The Autumn of History], organized by Bru-Cités (Université Libre de Bruxelles), Brussels, 9 May 2014.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Vererfgoeding en identificatie: een conceptueel repertoire [Heritagization and Identification: A Conceptual Repertoire]’, paper presented at the study conference De smaak van thuis is (erf)goed [The Taste of Home is Heritage], organized by the Interfacultair Centrum Agrarische Geschiedenis (KU Leuven), Leuven, 23 November 2012.

2. Papers as conference organizer

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Eten en drinken op straat. Leurders en regelgeving in Brussel en New York, ca. 1850-1945 [Eating and drinking in the street. Street vendors and regulations in Brussels and New York, ca. 1850-1945]’, paper presented at the research matinee Voeding en de Stad [Food and the City], Brussels, 30 May 2017.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘An Ethnohistory of Street Food Hawkers in Brussels and New York (19th-20th Centuries)’, paper presented at the international conference CityFood: A Political and Cultural History of the Street Vendor in the Global City, New York, 3-6 April 2017.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Street Food: A State of the Field’, paper presented at the international conference CityFood: A Political and Cultural History of the Street Vendor in the Global City, New York, 3-6 April 2017.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Introduction. A Taste of Home. Food, Identity, Place and Memory in Europe from a Historical Perspective (19th-20th Centuries)’, paper presented at the international conference A Taste of Home. Food, Identity, Place and Memory in Europe from a Historical Perspective (19th-20th Centuries), Brussels, 9-10 February 2012.

3. Accepted papers after passing a selection procedure

Anneke Geyzen, ‘The Representation of Street Food in New York City, 1898-2000’, paper presented at the 2nd NYU Postdoc Interdisciplinary Symposium, organized by the NYU Postdocs Future of Research, New York, 14 November 2016.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘The Contestation of Shopping Streets: Food Shops and Pushcarts in New York, 1930-1980’, paper presented at the ASFS/AFHVS/CAFS Scarborough Fare, organized by the University of Toronto Culinaria Research Centre, Toronto, 22–25 June 2016.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Heritagization and Identification Processes in Flanders, 1945-2000’, paper presented at the 1st Amsterdam Symposium on the History of Food, Cooking up the Low Countries: Textual and Visual Representations of Culinary Culture in Belgium and the Netherlands (16th-21st century), organized by the Bijzondere Collecties (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Amsterdam, 17 January 2014.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Heritagization and Identification: A Conceptual Repertoire’, paper presented at the European Summer University Tours Temporalities of Food, organized by the Université François-Rabelais and the Institut Européen d’Histoire et des Cultures de l’Alimentation, Tours, 26 August 2012–2 September 2012.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘The Representation of Food Preservation Types in Flemish Women’s Magazines (1945-1960)’, paper presented at the 12th ICREFH Symposium The History of the European Food Industry in the Nineteenth and the First Half of the Twentieth Century, organized by the International Commission of the Research into European Food History, Bologna, 13–16 September 2011.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘What’s in a Name? Recipes and Geographical Connotations in Post-War Flanders’, paper presented at the international conference Food and Drink: Their Social, Political and Cultural Meanings, organized by the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, 15–17 June 2011.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘The Construction of Culinary Traditions in Flanders, 1945-1970’, paper presented at the international study conference Typicality in History. Tradition, Innovation and Terroir, organized by the Laboratorio per la Storia dell’Alimentazione (Universita di Parma), Parma, 9–11 September 2010.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘Discourses on Health and Indulgence in Flanders, 1945-1960’, paper presented at the 18th International Ethnological Food Research Conference Time for Food. Everyday Food and Changing Meal Habits, organized by the Åbo Akademi University Turku and the Société Internationale d’Ethnologie et de Folklore, Turku, 18–21 August 2010.

Anneke Geyzen, ‘In Search of Traditional Flemish Cuisine’, paper presented at the European Summer University Tours Thinking Food, Feeding Thoughts. Paradigm Shifts, Approaches and Theories in the Social Sciences, organized by the Université François-Rabelais and the Institut Européen d’Histoire et des Cultures de l’Alimentation, Tours, 30 August 2009–6 September 2009.

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