CIAC WEBINARS #5: LITERARY HERITAGE, GASTRONOMIC HERITAGE AND TOURISM
On the 16th February 2022, from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm, CIAC promotes the webinar “Literary heritage, gastronomic heritage and tourism”, with the speakers Ana Lavrador (CICS. NOVA/IELT-FCSH-UNL), Cândida Cadavez (HTC-NOVA/FCSH-CFE/ESHTE), Maria José Pires (ESHTE/CEAUL), Goreti Botelho (ESAC/CERNAS/IPC) and Isabel Dâmaso Santos (CLEPUL-FLUL/CIAC-UAlg).
In this fifth edition of CIAC Webinars, we intend to address the intersection between Literature, Tourism and Gastronomy, in its various forms of expression and covering various fields of knowledge. It is considered relevant to observe the concept of “heritage” associated with these fields of study and, therefore, we invite you to reflect on this theme, from which literary journeys of refined flavours are expected.
In February, the Center’s monthly webinar program takes the form of an online “symposium” with different guests.
Ana Lavrador has a degree in Geography; MA in Physical Geography and Environment, by the CEG-FL, University of Lisbon and PhD in Landscape Arts and Techniques, by the University of Évora. Her main research topic is landscape, particularly landscapes associated with wine-growing regions. Collaborates in the project Atlas of Literary Landscapes of Continental Portugal. He has published books and articles in scientific and literary journals, Portuguese and foreign, and has a vast participation in congresses, colloquia, seminars and conferences.
Cândida Cadavez has a PhD in Literature and Culture Studies from the University of Lisbon and a post-graduate degree in Cultural Heritage Law. She is a lecturer at the Estoril School of Hospitality and Tourism, an integrated researcher in History, Communities and Territories (NOVA + CFE-UC) and a member of the Advisory Board of the António Quadros – Culture and Thought Foundation. Main research areas: heritage(s), history of tourism, communication and sustainability(s).
Maria José Pires has a PhD in Literature and Culture Studies from the University of Lisbon. She teaches at the Estoril School of Hospitality and Tourism, where she is a member of the coordination team for the master’s degrees in Innovation in Culinary Arts and Sciences and Food Design. She is also an integrated researcher at the University of Lisbon Center for English Studies (ULICES), where she developed an interdisciplinary project on gastronomic and literary tourism, its performance, communication and culture. Main fields of research: literature, culture studies and food studies.
Goreti Botelho has a degree in Enology and a PhD in the Scientific Area of Agricultural Sciences – Food Science from the University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro and a degree in Nutritional Sciences from the Higher Institute of Intercultural and Transdisciplinary Studies (ISEIT), of the Piaget Institute. She holds the professional title of Enologist and Nutritionist. Adjunct Professor at the School of Agriculture of Coimbra (ESAC), Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra (IPC). Integrated researcher at CERNAS – Centre for the Study of Natural Resources, Environment and Society, based at ESAC/IPC.
Isabel Dâmaso Santos holds a PhD in Literature and Culture Studies from the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon; an MA in Romance Studies – speciality in Portuguese Culture and a degree in Modern Languages and Literature – variant of Portuguese and French Studies and variant of French and Spanish Studies. She is a researcher at CLEPUL – Center of Lusophone and European Literatures and Cultures, University of Lisbon. She is a member of the DIIA Project – Iberian and Iberoamerican Dialogues of the Comparative Studies Center, University of Lisbon, and of the LIT&TOUR Project, of the Arts and Communication Research Center, University of Algarve.
Gabriel Rodriguez, Austin Fisher, and Tim Bergfelder are already confirmed for the next editions.
Participation is free of charge and confers a certificate.
Registration is required here.