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245 00 Reimagining marginalized foods :|bglobal processes, local 
       places /|cedited by Elizabeth Finnis. 
260    Tucson :|bUniversity of Arizona Press,|c©2012. 
300    1 online resource 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tLoving people, hating what they eat: marginal foods and 
       social boundaries /|rRichard Wilk --|tHighland haute 
       cuisine : the transformation of alpaca meat /|rLisa 
       Markowitz --|tRedefining the cultural meanings of Sinonggi
       during the Indonesian Decentralization Era /|rWini P. 
       Utari --|tWhen the marginal becomes the exotic : the 
       politics of culinary tourism in indigenous communities in 
       rural Mexico /|rLois Stanford --|tDiscovering pom's 
       potential /|rKarin Vaneker --|tRedefining and re-
       presenting minor millets in South India /|rElizabeth 
       Finnis --|tDeveloping cheese at the foot of the Alps /
       |rCristina Grasseni --|tConclusions: culture, tradition, 
       and political economy /|rJohn Brett. 
520    This volume brings together ethnographically based 
       anthropological analyses of shifting meanings and 
       representations associated with the foods, ingredients, 
       and cooking practices of marginalized and/or indigenous 
       cultures. Contributors are particularly interested in how 
       these foods intersect with politics, nationhood and 
       governance, identity, authenticity, and conservation. The 
       chapters cover diverse locales, issues, and foods ... A 
       conceptual essay on food and social boundaries rounds out 
       the collection. Throughout, the contributors address 
       important questions ... (and) provide a thoughtful inquiry
       into what happens when food and culinary practices are 
       moved from cultural physical margins, and how such 
       movements can be shaped by- and employed in the pursuit of
       - political, social, and cultural goals. -- Book Jacket. 
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588 0  Print version record. 
590    JSTOR|bBooks at JSTOR Open Access 
650  0 Food habits. 
650  0 Food preferences. 
650  0 Food supply. 
655  0 Electronic book. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Finnis, Elizabeth,|d1976- 
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