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Jean-Pierre Poulain

le champ des études sur l'alimentation, et ce bien au-delà du monde francophone, jusqu'à devenir des références quasi incontournables du champ des food studies . Même si à y regarder de plus près, on constate que la question alimentaire tient une

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L'estomac, le chemin du coeur et la transformation du monde

Femmes, nourriture, relations et parenté pratiques en Turquie

Marie Helene Sauner-Leroy

the Self ( Londres : SAGE Publications ). McLean , A. ( 2013 ), ‘ The Intersection of Gender and Food Studies ’, in Routledge International Handbook of Food Studies , (ed.) K. Albala , ( London : Routledge ) : 250 – 264 . Naguib

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Marie-Luce Gélard

perçu comme une valeur éminemment positive. La dessiccation préalable de certains aliments suivie de leur réhydratation avant leur consommation est une intervention essentielle à l'esthétique gustative. Si le goût a longtemps été négligé par les Food

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Sarah E. Whitney

Critical Food Studies 15 ( 4 ): 34 – 49 . 10.1525/gfc.2015.15.4.34 Obama , Michelle . 2015 . “Remarks by the First Lady at BET’s Black Girls Rock Event.” Newark, New Jersey . 18 March . https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/the-press-office/2015

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The Whiteness of French Food

Law, Race, and Eating Culture in France

Mathilde Cohen

constructionist conceptions of race, given that eating is both a social and biological act that transforms bodies. 10 This article draws upon several bodies of literature in addition to legal scholarship, such as food studies, critical race theory, and critical

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Bret Gustafson, Francesco Carpanini, Martin Kalb, James Giblin, Sarah Besky, Patrick Gallagher, Andrew Curley, Jen Gobby, and Ryan Anderson

, race and nature. It elegantly illustrates how inequality and racialization are felt and worked as much as they are imposed and imagined. Extending and challenging conversations in multispecies ethnography, political ecology, and food studies, the book

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Dan Avnon, Nitzan Lebovic, Raymond Cohen, Elie Friedman, Sara Helman, Gad Barzilai, and Ari Ariel

foodways. As such, it is a valuable addition to both the Israel Studies and Food Studies literatures. Its few missteps stem, in this reviewer’s opinion, from Raviv’s attempt to avoid contentious politics and from her optimism about food as a force for peace

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Naomi J. Andrews, Simon Jackson, Jessica Wardhaugh, Shannon Fogg, Jessica Lynne Pearson, Elizabeth Campbell, Laura Levine Frader, Joshua Cole, Elizabeth A. Foster, and Owen White

borrows skillfully from global economic and imperial histories of commodities going back to Sidney Mintz's classic work on sugar. She also mobilizes scholarship written between History and Food Studies (Heath cites Rebecca Spang, though I was also