We are what we eat - food as/and cultural heritage
Food is one of the most fundamental elements in our lifes. In this course we will study and experience multiple aspects: nature and landscape, agriculture and fishery, technology and architecture, health and (traditional) recipes etcetera.
The course will take place in Cilento, Italy. In this region the scholar Ancel Keys defined his fundamental theories about the mediterranean diet, which in 2010 was recognised as Unesco immaterial world heritage.
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