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Food : ethnographic encounters / edited by Leo Coleman.

Publication:
Oxford ; New York : Berg, 2011.
Format/Description:
Book
xiii, 169 p. ; 24 cm.
Series:
Encounters--experience and anthropological knowledge
Encounters: experience and anthropological knowledge
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Subjects:
Food habits -- Cross-cultural studies.
Food consumption -- Cross-cultural studies.
Contents:
Introduction, Leo Coleman
1. Food and Morality in Yemen, Anne Meneley
2. It All Started with the Bhajias, Nina Berman
3. The Enchantments of Food in the Lower Amazon, Brazil, Mark Harris
4. Live Poultry Markets and Avian Flu in Hong Kong, Frédéric Keck
5. Revisiting Lao Food: Pain and Commensality, Penny Van Esterik
6. In Search of the Elusive Heirloom Tomato: Farms and Farmers' Markets, Fields and Fieldwork, Jennifer A. Jordan
7. Keeping out of the Kitchen: Cooking and Power in a Moroccan Household, Claire Nicholas
8. "Do You Know How to Eat . . .?" Edible Expertise in Ho Chi Minh City, Nina Hien
9. Learning to Exchange Words and Food in the Marquesas, Kathleen C. Riley
10. Eating Vegetarian in Vietnam, Christophe Robert
11. The Food of Sorrow: Humanitarian Aid to Displaced People, Elizabeth Dunn
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Coleman, Leo.
ISBN:
1847889077
9781847889072 (pbk.)
9781847889089 (cloth)
1847889085 (cloth)
9781847889096 (individual e-book)
1847889093 (individual e-book)
OCLC:
725827646
Publisher Number:
99948249940