Marino Niola and food as the engine of history
The second event in the Incontri_23 lecture series features Marino Niola, anthropologist, journalist and science disseminator. 
Sunday, Oct. 1 at 6:30 p.m. | Museum of Natural History “Giancarlo Ligabue,” Venice
Food as the engine of history
The focus of his talk will be food and food grammars, from the discovery of fire to the invention of the induction hob. What to eat, what not to eat, how much, when, how, why, with whom. Types of cooking, course succession, culinary etiquettes, religious taboos, fasting and abstinences. 
These elements mirror the relationship humans have with themselves and with others, with their land and with their identity.

Marino Niola bio

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