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“Designing Domestic Dining” explores the intersections of food, memory, interior spaces, and domestic technology for Anatolian communities in Canada. 

It was supported by a Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Partnership Engage grant, a SSHRC Exchange grant, the Internship-Carleton University Research Experience for Undergraduate Students (I-CUREUS) program, and the Carleton Centre for Public History. Our highly collaborative, interdisciplinary team was comprised of students and faculty from Carleton University, Algonquin College, as well as curators from  Ingenium:  Canada Science and Technology Museum.

It would not have been possible without the kindness and generosity of participants Oz, Aydin, Yoni, Ariane, and Antoine.

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