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Culture and Cuisine: Québec

Attend an interactive webinar to learn about an exciting new Gastronomy course at Boston University's Metropolitan College. Culture and Cuisine: Québec examines the province's unique culinary legacy and exciting new food trends.

  • Examine identity politics, heritage preservation, and sustainable food systems, as well as everyday culture
  • Spend a week exploring Québec, Montréal, and environs
  • Study online or in the blended format

Login from your desk, and join Dr. Rachel Black as she discusses this fall 2012 course. The interactive, web-based presentation takes just 30 minutes.

Dr. Rachel Black - Assistant Professor and Coordinator of GastronomyDr. Rachel Black

Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Gastronomy

An expert in the anthropology of food, Dr. Black is editor of Alcohol in Popular Culture: An Encyclopedia; series editor of Anthropology of Food & Nutrition; and associate editor of Food and Foodways. Her new book, Porta Palazzo: The Anthropology of an Italian Market,was published by University of Pennsylvania Press.

Interactive Webinar
with Dr. Rachel Black

Thursday, May 3, 2012
at 4 PM EDT

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