Amy Millet

Amy Millet
  • Graduate Student

Contact Info

Wescoe Hall, Room 3639


19th -century Habsburg Austria/Central Europe, Food, International Networks, National Identification 

Advised by Nathan Wood.


I study the connections between culinary practices and Austrian cultural identity in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Habsburg Austria. I’m particularly interested in how imported foods, including so-called “colonial goods” such as coffee, cacao, and tropical fruits, made their way into Austrian households and shaped Central European culinary culture.