Philadelphia at the Table: Sleuthing the Paper Trails of Culinary History in Library Company Collections and Regional Archives with Dr. William Woys Weaver
Monday, November 23
1:30-2:30 p.m. EST
Dr. William Woys Weaver is an internationally known food ethnographer and author of 20 books dealing with culinary history and heritage seeds. He is the founder of The Roughwood Table, a non-profit organization devoted to heritage foods from heritage seeds. He served as Guest Curator for the Library Company’s culinary exhibit called The Larder Invaded (1986-1987). Dr. Weaver received his Ph.D. in food ethnography from University College, Dublin. He is presently working on a culinary history of Philadelphia.