On March 27, 2023, Dr. Anny Gaul led a lively lecture and discussion for the third Bite-Sized Talks event, “How Do You Say 'Tomato' in Egyptian?”
If you weren't able to join us for this Bite Sized Talks event with Dr. Anny Gaul, you can view the recording here.
Anny Gaul is a cultural historian of food and gender in the Arabic-speaking world. She is currently an assistant professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her research has been published in Global Food History, Gender & History, and the Journal of Women's History, among other venues. She is the co-editor of Making Levantine Cuisine: Modern Foodways of the Eastern Mediterranean (University of Texas Press, 2021) and is currently writing a book about the history of the tomato in Egypt. You can follow her cooking and research on her blog, Cooking with Gaul.