Here at The Recipes Project, we’re lucky to host a number of thematic series. These clusters of posts highlight recent trends in studies of historical recipes and are guest-edited by specialists in the field. We invite you to take a look and explore the myriad of ways in which scholars and researchers in a variety of disciplines use the humble recipe to explore the past.
- Dutch Medicines, authored by Sietske Fransen and Saskia Klerk.
- Exploring College of Physicians of Philadelphia Manuscript 10a214, authored by Rebecca Laroche and Hillary Nunn
- First Monday Library Chat, edited by Michelle DiMeo, Amanda E. Herbert, Elaine Leong and Laurence Totelin.
- Translating Recipes, authored by Carla Nappi
- The Working of Herbs, authored by Anne Stobart
- Teaching Recipes, edited by Amanda E. Herbert
- Art Technology, edited by Marjolijn Bol (August 2014)
- Beauty Recipes, edited by Jessica P. Clark (December 2014)
- Greek and Roman Recipes, edited by Laurence Totelin (January 2015)
- Russian Recipes, edited by Clare Griffin (July 2014)
- Re-centering Europe, edited by Clare Griffin (April 2016)