Food, Space, and Place in a Global Society
Edited By Carlnita P. Greene
Foodscapes explores the nexus of food, drink, space, and place, both locally and globally. Multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary in scope, scholars consider the manifold experiences that we have when engaging with food, drink, space, and place. They offer a wide array of theories, methods, and perspectives, which can be used as lenses for analyzing these interconnections, throughout each chapter. Scholars interrogate our practices and behaviors with food within spaces and places, analyze the meanings that we create about these entities, and demonstrate their wider cultural, political, social, economic, and material implications.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Mapping the Contemporary Foodscape—Intersections Between Food, Space and Place
CARLNITA P. GREENE
1. “You Can Taste It in the Wine”: Terroir and the Embodiment of Place
2. Chocolate, Place, and Space: Cacao Terroir and Pre-Columbian to Early Modern Political Geographies
KATHRYN E. SAMPECK
3. The Restaurant: A Perfect Collision of Public and Private?
RYAN S. EANES
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