Tasting History is a three year funded research initiative focusing on the dense, multivalent histories of everyday foodstuffs, including hard tack, Anzac biscuits, and fry bread. The heart of the project is a series of participatory taste workshops, designed to promote taste as a method for understanding history, culture, and politics.
- April 26, 2019: Project launch at Everyday Militarisms, University of Sydney organized by Astrida Neimanis and Tess Lea
- The Conversation April 23, 2019
- ABC Adelaide radio appearance, April 24, 2019
- WA Afternoons ABC Perth radio appearance, April 24, 2019
- Documentation of Everyday Militarisms launch (credits in photo metadata)
This research is being conducted with approval from UNSW Human Ethics Research (#HC190344) and is funded by the Australian Research Council and UNSW Art & Design. If you would like to participate in the project, please sign up to the mailing list here.