The European Journal of Food, Drink and Society is a critical and interdisciplinary space to discuss and debate contemporary and historical issues of food and drink in everyday life. It aims to stimulate debate and progress research on the study of food and drink at global and local levels. It is also interested in the societal implications of, and responses to, the changing landscape of food and drink consumption and production
The Journal publishes peer-reviewed theoretical and empirical work, policy and practice contributions from the social sciences and humanities. It includes contributions from sociology, history, cultural studies, geography, anthropology, tourism studies, and culinary arts. The Journal also publishes high quality work related to innovative practice in food studies education, research notes and solicited book reviews.
The journal is free for authors and the editorial staff comply with the code of conduct of COPE: the Committee on Publication Ethics.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2021)
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Historic Diet and Foodways: the FoodCult Project
Susan Flavin, Meriel McClatchie, Janet Montgomery, Fiona Beglane, Julie Dunne, Ellen OCarroll, and Andrew Parnell
Empty Squares and Missing Food Festivals: the Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Italian Rural Communities: a Reflection
Michele Filippo Fontefrancesco
Visionary, Convivial and Resilient: a History of the Dublin Gastronomy Symposium and Review of the DGS 2020 Online
Anke Klitzing and Brian Murphy