History of Bread lecture with Professor Ken Albala
This program was recorded on February 9, 2020 at the Livermore Public Library Civic Center in Livermore, CA.
As part of Livermore Reads Together, Professor Ken Albala presented on the world history of bread.
Ken Albala is professor of history and director of food studies at the University of the Pacific. Among his many books on food and food history are "Eating Right in the Renaissance", "Food in Early Modern Europe", and "Cooking in Europe 1250-1650".
History of Bread lecture with Professor Ken Albala1.0 hour(s)
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