Gastronomica is published on a rolling start basis. Belliotti, Raymond. Your email. Editorial team. What do we eat? The Marie Klein Memorial Fund.
Ethics and Genetically Modified Foods. Gary Comstock. Is Natural Food Healthy?
Eakin - - Agriculture and Human Values 22 2 Gregory E. Pence ed. Eating Culture the Poetics and Politics of Food. Food for Thought: Philosophy and Food. Elizabeth Telfer - - Routledge.
This book explores food from a philosophical perspective, bringing together sixteen leading philosophers to consider the most basic questions about food: What. This book explores food from a philosophical perspective, bringing together sixteen leading philosophers to Series: California Studies in Food and Culture.
The Birth of Philosophy and the Contempt for Food. Korthals - unknown. Jennifer L. Wilkins - - Agriculture and Human Values 22 3 Gender Norms and Food Behaviors. Probyn - - Theory, Culture and Society 16 2 Food Ethics: The Basics. Ronald Sandler - - Routledge. Lyson - - Agriculture and Human Values 26 Added to PP index Total views 1 1,, of 2,, Recent downloads 6 months 1 1,, of 2,, How can I increase my downloads? Anna Barrows.
Edward Atkinson. Isabel Bevier. Helen Campbell. Fannie Merritt Farmer.
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Our collections continue to reveal new insights on diverse aspects of food history—cultural, social, political, environmental, technological. They provide evidence of people and places that might otherwise be forgotten. And because they are saved for perpetuity, we can only imagine how new technologies, such as the experimental emerging?
Rath : Not all historians recognize the importance of food, though! Food needs to be saved from its perceived banality.
For far too long historians, particularly in my field of Japanese history, have simply ignored food unless it is relevant to crises such as famine or war. Yet, food is always central to daily life and it needs to be made central to history in the same way that gender, race, or class cannot be ignored. The Poetics of Food Jessica Gigot. Caldwell and Darra Goldstein. Potatoes and the Pursuit of Happiness Rebecca Earle. On Apples and Anarchy Kathryn R. Claudia Prieto-Piastro.
Consideration of street food in the contemporary world draws attention to the cities of the Global South, where some of the most interesting food is from the street. This new focus can change the politics and poetics of good taste. It has the capacity to decolonize palatal and philosophical expectations of gastronomy that have come to dominate the field.