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Food Cosmopolitanisms

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Ellen Parker

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of Food Cosmopolitanisms

Food Cosmopolitanism
p 171-175
By Ellen Parker " 'Mobility' is not just the actual act of travel or displacement" p. 172 The "mixed history" of the Anzac Biscuits demonstrates the modality of food. (p. 172) Metaphorization where "places are imagined
almost entirely in terms of food and its
consumption" (p. 172-173). Food driven
cosmopolitanization Food mobility is associated with class wealth and power(p 173). There is a tension with food cosmopolitanism of the exotic and the familiar (p. 174). "Cultural food colonialism" is a term that actively promotes hybridization, collage, and mizing of flavours" (p. 175).
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