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Food: Ethnographic Encounters (Encounters
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Preface John Borneman Introduction Leo Coleman 1. Food and Morality in Yemen Anne Meneley, Trent University, Canada 2. It All Started with the Bhajias Nina Berman, The Ohio State University, USA 3. The Enchantments of Food in the Lower Amazon, Brazil Mark Harris, University of St Andrews, UK 4. Live Poultry Markets and Avian Flu in Hong Kong Frederic Keck, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France 5. Revisiting Lao Food: Pain and Commensality Penny Van Esterik, York University, Canada 6. In Search of the Elusive Heirloom Tomato: Farms and Farmers' Markets, Fields and Fieldwork Jennifer A. Jordan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA 7. Keeping out of the Kitchen: Cooking and Power in a Moroccan Household Claire Nicholas, Princeton University, USA 8. "Do You Know How to Eat . . .?" Edible Expertise in Ho Chi Minh City Nina Hien, New York University, USA 9. Learning to Exchange Words and Food in the Marquesas Kathleen C. Riley, Queens College, City University of New York, USA 10. Eating Vegetarian in Vietnam Christophe Robert, City University of Hong Kong, China 11. The Food of Sorrow: Humanitarian Aid to Displaced People Elizabeth Dunn, University of Colorado, USA Guide for Further Reading Endmatter

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Food exchange and consumption are central to the fieldwork experience. This book presents a highly engaging study of anthropologists' field encounters of preparing, producing, sharing, and consuming food.

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Leo Coleman is Assistant Professor in the Department of Comparative Studies at The Ohio State University.

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This is an excellent sampler of recent ethnographic work on food. Most of the chapters take you deep into the significance of food and eating in an unfamiliar cultural setting. The book is accessible to anyone interested in food, though it is going to be most useful to serious students. This could be an excellent text for a course in the anthropology of food. -- Richard R. Wilk * Amazon US *

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