2017 Colloquium

Taste, Smell, Sight, Hearing, Touch: The Sensory Aspects of Tea

Welcome & Introductions - UC Davis Global Tea Initiative 2nd Annual Colloquium

Katharine Burnett, director of the UC Davis Global Tea initiative, giving opening remarks to 2017 colloquium

Katharine Burnett, director of the UC Davis Global Tea Initiative for Tea Culture and Science, gives opening remarks at "The Sensory Aspects of Tea" colloquium.

Tea Perceived: From a 9th-Century Shipwreck to a 19th-Century Snuff Bottle

speaker at podium

Victor Mair, professor of Chinese language and literature at the University of Pennsylvania

Environmental and Management Effects on Tea Quality

Environmental and Management Effects on Tea Quality

Selena Ahmed, assistant professor of sustainable food and bioenergy systems at Montana State University

A Scientific and Cultural Quest of Taiwan Tea, Aroma and Taste

A Scientific and Cultural Quest of Taiwan Tea, Aroma and Taste

Kai-Hsien Chen, associate professor of horticulture and landscape architecture at National Taiwan University

Coolie Poesis: Plantation Sounds and Labor Heritage on Sri Lanka’s Tea Estates

Coolie Poesis: Plantation Sounds and Labor Heritage on Sri Lanka’s Tea Estates

Mythri Jegathesan, assistant professor of anthropology at Santa Clara University

Q & A Closing Session

four panelists taking questions

Panelists answer questions from the audience