TofF 2014 : The Taste of Future
Call For Papers
The Conference will address a range of critically important issues and themes relating to the future of food and the foods of future.
Proposal ideas for announcements, posters and visual exhibitions include (but are not limited to):
Patented, genetically engineered foods and the future of agriculture.
The future of food systems (production, processing and consumption of food).
Avoiding future famines.
Decentralization, democratization, technology and future foods.
Biofuels and the future of food.
Challenges in the global food supply: climate change, famines, supply problem, equity problem etc.
Sustainable agriculture and the future of food.
Looking back to see the future: changes in food resourses and land use.
Agroecology and the future of farming.
Food production technologies and the future of environment.
Trends in agriculture in response to demand for healthier food.
The future of food in the urban areas.
What urban agriculture might mean for the future of food?
Grow insects for lunch and grow meat in a lab: alternative food sources.
What about meat eating?
The future of food waste (e.g.edible wrappers)
Future foods and the responsibilities of food manufacturers.
Hottest trends in ethical eating.
Future scenarios for food in historical perspective.
Slow food movement and local foods: a taste of the future?
Community and the future food security.
Women’s role in the future of food security.
Women and everyday cooking.
What roles do immigrants play in shaping urban food trends?
Changing food images and food industry.
The future of food in schools.
Food consumption trends: past, present and future.
What’s for dinner in the future?
The taste of tomorrow.
Could GMOs change the taste of food we eat in the future?
The kitchen of the future.
The future of gourmet foods.
A look into the future of gastronomy.
The chef of tomorrow.
Cooking techniques: a look to the future by looking at the past
Future cooking as domestic labor.
Food habits of the future.
Food memory and future eating habits.
What will future food historians make of our eating habits?
How art and literature imagine the food of tomorrow?
The presentations will normally be of 15 minutes duration
All the abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee. Once the paper is accepted, at least one of the authors must register and present the paper or the poster at the Conference.