Considering how recipes and food writing are read differently than other narratives, this book examines the concept of taste in food as cultural and emotional performance and shows how the dynamics of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, and social class affect what literary characters and narrators eat.
Release on 2016-09-02 | by Marcia Texler Segal,Vasilikie Demos
From Production to Consumption and After
Author: Marcia Texler Segal,Vasilikie Demos
Pubpsher: Emerald Group Publishing
Category: Social Science
Volume 22 explores the complex relationships between gender and food in a variety of locations and time periods using a range of research methods. Gender inequality as it affects the struggle for access to land, the affordability of food, and its nutritional value is identified as a major social policy issue.