Parasecoli, Fabio


Fabio Parasecoli
PhD, Agricultural Sciences, Hohenheim University, Stuttgart, Germany
Associate Professor and Director of Food Studies Initiatives, Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students

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Areas of Expertise:
International food studies movement; intersections of food, media, and politics; food and movies; food design; sociopolitical aspects of geographical indications and other food-related intellectual property; sustainable tourism; food culture in Italy.
Fabio Parasecoli teaches courses on food and popular culture at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo, Italy, and courses on food and culture in the Food and Wine MBA of the University of Bologna, Italy. Born in Rome, Mr. Parasecoli is a former correspondent who traveled frequently to Asia to cover politics and culture. He conducted postgraduate research on contemporary Chinese history for two years in China. Mr. Parasecoli gradually shifted his professional focus to food writing. He worked for many years as the U.S. correspondent for Gambero Rosso, Italy’s authoritative food and wine magazine. He has a blog on the Huffington Post, and collaborates with U.S.-based and international organizations and institutions on food-relates issues.
Courses Taught:
  • Food, Global Trade, and Development
  • Food History and Globalization
  • Food, Research and Design
Recent Publications:

Inequal Territories (Forthcoming 2017) 

Feasting Our Eyes: Food Films, Cultural Citizenship, and Identity in the U.S. (Forthcoming 2016)

Unequal Territories: Food, Place, and Power in the Global Market (forthcoming 2015)

Al Dente: A History of Culture in Italy (Reaktion Books 2014)

Cultural History of Food (six volumes) (Bloomsbury Academic 2012) (general editor with Peter Scholliers)

Bite Me! Food in Popular Culture (Bloomsbury Academic 2008)

Introduction to Culinary Cultures in Europe (Council of Europe, 2005)

Food Culture in Italy (Greenwood, 2004)

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