- an attempt to combine food studies (also termed the anthropology of food) with scholarly reflection regarding memory;
- the analysis focused on the book entitled "In Memory’s Kitchen. A Legacy from the Women of Terezin" [ed. Cara de Silva 2006], containing recipes for Jewish dishes written down by women from the Teresienstadt ghetto.
- food presented as a sign of identity, the social bond and the community of family and friends, and also as a gift that serves to uphold these ties.
Dr. Aleksandra Krupa-Ławrynowicz (The University of Lodz): Food and memory. The anthropological reading and commentary on the set of culinary notes.