FOOD TRAVEL RESEARCH SUMMIT
October 15 & 16, 2020
Why FoodTreX Research?
Join other world-renowned culinary tourism researchers
LIVE Q & A
Ask our moderators & presenters your questions during live Q & A
Your opportunity to access the latest research in culinary tourism
- Co-Chair, Matthew J. Stone, California State University-Chico, USA
- Co-Chair, Roberta Garibaldi, University of Bergamo, Italy
- Angela Durko, Texas A&M University, USA
- Anne-Mette Hjalager, University of Southern Denmark and Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Gastronomy and Tourism
- Whitney Knollenberg, North Carolina State University, USA
- Byron Marlowe, Washington State University, USA
- Steven Migacz, Roosevelt University, USA
- Erose Sthapit, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Coming Soon, Meet the Presenters
We will publish the presenters here, on a rolling basis, as soon as their proposals have been accepted by the scientific committee.
Summit Sessions & Schedule
IMPORTANT: All times are in the London, UK time zone. Convert the time in your zone here.
We will publish research session titles here, on a rolling basis, as soon as the proposals have been accepted by the scientific committee.
Note that the Friday times begin 1 hour earlier to accommodate presenters in Asia and Oceania.
Day 1 - Thurs., October 15, 2020
Day 2 - Fri., October 16, 2020
Academics of all kinds (students, researchers, teaching assistants, professors, PhD candidates, university department chairs, tourism professors or teachers, as well as anyone else with an interest in food or beverage tourism research.
The price is EUR 99. The price is the same for everyone - students, researchers, professors, trade professionals, etc. No VAT or any other tax is payable because we produce the Summit from our offices in the USA.
Not at all. All paid registrations include links to video recordings of all sessions. So, if the Summit takes place during the night where you are, or if you simply have something else going on that day, you can still get all the great content – on your own time. The only thing you miss by not attending live is the opportunity to ask questions and answers from the presenters.