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Organizado por UNESCO-UNITWIN Chair on Food, Culture and Development, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)

Food, gastronomy and tourism: social and cultural perspectives

  • Fechas:

    Del 25/05/17 al 27/05/17

  • Lugar:

    Espai Francesc Colomer, Av. Pelegrí, 6, Tossa de Mar, Girona, España (mapa)

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Food, gastronomy and tourism: social and cultural perspectives

The 45th international conference of the International Commission on the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition (ICAF)

The 2nd International Congress of the UNESCO-UNITWIN Chair on Food, Culture and Development, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)

In association with the UNESCO Chair on Food, Culture and Development, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), the Laboratori de Patrimoni, Creativitat i Turisme Cultural (LABPACT), University of Barcelona/Ibertur

In collaboration with the Tossa de Mar Town Council, TossaLab,

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25
May 2017
  • 07:30 - 17:30
    First Day

    9.30 / 10.00 h. Registration of participants and documentation delivering

    10.00 / 10.30 h. Welcome and inauguration

    10.30 / 11.00 h. Opening session Gastronomy and tourism in India: an anthropological study Misra Kamal. University of Hyderabad, India

    11.00 / 11.30 h. Coffee break

    11.30 / 12.00 h. The Farmers market, healthy food, and tourism in Jalisco, Mexico Daria Deraga. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia. Guadalajara (Mexico)

    12.00 / 12.30 h. New roles and challenges of local farmers markets in tourism promotion Ainhoa Zabala. Tolomendi- ADR and Landaola Federation (Federation of Rural Development Agency of Gipuzkoa), and Euskal Herriko Unibetsitatea/ Universidad del País Vasco. Tolosa (Gipuzkoa).

    12.30 / 13.00 h. Culinary associations as a driving force for local development: the case of the Baix Llobregat Gastronomy Association (AGT), Barcelona Maria del Pilar Leal. Ostelea School of Tourism & Hospitality. Barcelona

    13.00 / 13.30 h. Fruits and tourism: a conceptual approach to apple tourism Francesc Fusté. Universitat de Girona

    13.30 / 15.00 h. Lunch (Offered by Ostelea. School of Tourism and Hospitality)

    15.00 / 15.30 h. Reflections about the intangible food heritage in Minas Gerais,Brazil, and its interaction with tourism Denise Pimentel Diniz Santos. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

    15.30 / 16.00 h. The MEDFEST project. Culinary heritage experiences: how to create sustainable tourist destinations Joan Ribas. Observatori de l’Alimentació (ODELA), Universitat de Barcelona.

    16.00 / 16.30 h. Soria, Mediterranean Diet emblematic community, and mycological tourism as means of tourism market segmentation and deseasonalization Marco Romagnoli. Université Laval. Québec (Canada).

    16.30 / 17.00 h. Barolo Superstar! How enogastronomical tourism changed the development and the image of Southern Piemont. Tania Rusca. Freelance Researcher. Bonn (Germany).

    17.00 / 17.30 h. The "Spleen" of Palermo. The transformation of Sicilian street food: continuities and change Vincenzo Di Giorgi. Università Ca' Foscari. Venice.

    17.30 / 18.00 h. Emblematic food: identity and tourism? Maria Eunice Maciel. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Porto Alegre (Brazil)

    18.00 / 18.30 h. Gastronomic tourism and souvenirs. The case of Tossa de Mar M. Angels Pujals. Tossa de mar Town Council and University of Girona Sílvia Aulet. Universitat de Girona

    18.30 / 19.00 h. Tourism, gastronomy and big TV productions. The case of Game of Thrones in Girona Pere Parramon. University of Girona and UNESCO Chair on Food, Culture and Development, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). Girona F. Xavier Medina. UNESCO Chair on Food, Culture and Development, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). Barcelona

    19.00 / 19.30 h. Gastronomic tourism for people with disabilities: the ACCENTGastronomy project Silvia Aulet, Lluís Prats, Neus Crous and Jaume Guia. University of Girona

26
May 2017
  • 07:00 - 29 May 21:00
    Second Day

    09.30 / 10.00 h. Gastronomy as a driver for opportunities regarding local development in La Paz and Tiahuanacu (Bolivia): agri-food products, traditional and creative cuisine and gastronomic tourism Jordi Tresserras. Universitat de Barcelona / UNESCO-Quito Oficina Regional para Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador y Venezuela. Barcelona / Quito (Ecuador). Ruben Gruñeiro, Colectivo BoGa / Restaurante Humo. La Paz (Bolivia) Carola Sánchez de Loria, Fundacion Melting Pot / Restaurante Gustu, La Paz (Bolivia)

    10.00 / 10.30 h. Scottish Langoustines in 2017: a change in gastronomic perceptions and choices Helen Macbeth. Oxford Brookes University. Oxford (UK)

    10.30 / 11.00 h Consuming tradition: food tourism in Western Ireland Paul Collinson. Oxford Brookes University. Oxford (UK)

    11.00 / 11.30 h. Identification of Andorra’s food: a new way to develop a gastronomic tourism and its primary industries Diana Oliveira. Institut Supérieur du Tourisme, de l'Hôtellerie et de l’Alimentation (ISTHIA). Université de Toulouse (France) Bartumeu Garbiel. Daguisa Hotels. Andorra la Vella (Andorra)

    11.30 / 12.00 h. Coffee Break

    12.00 / 12.30 h. La Capilla: a special bar for locals and tourists in the town of Tequila Rodolfo Fernández. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia. Guadalajara (Mexico)

    12.30 / 13.00 h. Tequila as a show and booty Martín Tena and Ricardo Ávila. Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico)

    13.00 / 13.30 h. Regional gastronomy as a decisive factor in tourism projects. The case of San Pablo Villa de Mitla in Oaxaca. Nelly Flores and Miriam Bertran. Observatorio de la Alimentación de México. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM-Xochimilco). Ciudad de México.

    13.30 / 14.00 h. Gastronomy, tourism and return migration: Notes from North Central Altiplano, Mexico. José Antonio Vázquez-Medina. Observatorio de la Alimentación de México. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM-Xochimilco). Ciudad de México. Free time over lunch break

    16.00 / 16.30 h. ICAF books presentation Sharing Food (Garine, E.; Rodrigo; M.L.; Raymond, C. and Medina, F.X. eds.). Guadalajara, Estudios del Hombre, Universidad de Guadalajara (México), 2016 Comida y mundo virtual. Internet, redes sociales y representaciones virtuales (Mariano, L.; Medina, F.X. and López García, J., eds.). Barcelona, Editorial UOC, 2017.

    16.30 / 17.30 h. ICAF Business Meeting ICAF Spain and Portugal Business Meeting

    20.30 h. ICAF Dinner. Offered by the Tossa de Mar Town Council (Invitations will be sent).

27
May 2017
  • 07:00 - 12:00
    Third Day

    Free walking and town tour by Tossa de Mar. Visit to the Museu de la Cuina de la Costa Catalana (Museum of the Cuisine of the Catalan Coast, Codolar, 4, Tossa de Mar).

    Free time: visit of the “Fira dels Indians” (“Indianos” Fair and market), with gastronomy and leisure activities.

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