Food Nations Selling Taste in Consumer Societies
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Description: Containing essays by leading scholars in the field of food studies, Food Nations argues that we are what we eat by connecting food to culture, commerce, and national identity.
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List price: $41.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publication date: 10/12/2001
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Food Matters: Perspectives on an Emerging Field|
|Food and Eating: Some Persisting Questions|
|The Construction of National Cuisines|
|Rituals of Pleasure in the Land of Treasures: Wine Consumption and the Making of French Identity in the Late Nineteenth Century|
|"Eddie Shack Was No Tim Horton": Donuts and the Folklore of Mass Culture in Canada|
|Food and Nationalism: The Origins of "Belizean Food"|
|The Business of Taste|
|Inventing Baby Food: Gerber and the Discourse of Infancy in the United States|
|How the French Learned to Eat Canned Food, 1809-1930s|
|Searching for Gold in Guacamole: California Growers Market the Avocado, 1910-1994|
|Ethnicity, Class, and the Food Industry|
|Untangling Alliances: Social Tensions surrounding Independent Grocery Stores and the Rise of Mass Retailing|
|As American as Budweiser and Pickles? Nation-Building in American Food Industries|
|Comida sin par. Consumption of Mexican Food in Los Angeles: "Foodscapes" in a Transnational Consumer Society|
|Food and National Politics|
|Industrial Tortillas and Folkloric Pepsi: The Nutritional Consequences of Hybrid Cuisines in Mexico|
|Berlin in the Belle Epoque: A Fast-Food History|
|Food and the Politics of Scarcity in Urban Soviet Russia, 1917-1941|
|Notes on the Contributors|