Talk: As sementes e as plantas viajantes
ReSEED coordinator, Dulce Freire, talked with journalist Fortunato da Câmara, as part of the cycle ” The taste of others – 5 gastronomic journeys” at Centro Cultural de Belém, in Lisbon.
Round table: Desaparecimento de variedades locais: causas e possíveis soluções
The round “Disappearance of local varieties: causes and possible solutions” had the participation of researchers (…)
Francisco Borges Henriques’ manuscript (1715): study, transcription, reinterpretation & publication
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Collaboratories are collaborations that ReSEED establishes with people and projects to discuss subjects related to our research which require knowledge of diverse disciplines.
The Collaboratories aim to solve problems in an inter and transdisciplinary way in partnership with colleagues from other scientific areas inside and outside our institution, the University of Coimbra.
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International, interdisciplinary, intense. The biennial conference of the European Rural History Organisation (EURHO) at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Uppsala University, in Sweden, lived up to the ReSEED team’s expectations. The Rural History...
“The tomato soup you are having now was made in the same way Francisco Borges Henriques used to make it in the 18th century. His manuscript is the first cookbook in Portugal where the tomato is already introduced in the recipes”. This is part of the talks ReSEED...
The 40th Meeting of the Portuguese Economic and Social History Association (APHES), which took place online on July 9-10, 2021, made it clear: the links established with other academic fields are transforming the debate, currently more inter and transdisciplinary....