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Feasting on History in Toronto’s Fort York National Historic Site

Irina D. Mihalache

Irina D. Mihalache is Assistant Professor of Museum Studies at the University of Toronto, Canada Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Food and Museums

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Book chapter

...Elizabeth Baird is author of more than 20 cookbooks, former food editor at Canadian Living and Volunteer Historic Cook with the Fort York Foodways Programme; Rosemary Kovac is Volunteer Historic Cook with the Fort York Foodways Programme...

The “do-diet”:

Kate Cairns

Kate Cairns is Assistant Professor of Childhood Studies at Rutgers University-Camden, USA. Her research brings an interdisciplinary approach to the study of culture and inequality, with particular focus on childhood, gender, and consumption. Kate has published in venues such as Gender & Society, Theory and Society, Journal of Consumer Culture, Antipode, and Gender and Education. Her current research explores educational initiatives that seek to connect children to their food. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Josée Johnston

Josée Johnston is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto, Canada. Her major substantive interest is the sociological study of food, which is a lens for investigating questions relating to consumer culture, gender, and inequality.  She is the co-author of Foodies (2nd edition, 2015) with Shyon Baumann, and has published articles in venues including American Journal of Sociology, Journal of Consumer Culture, Signs, Theory and Society, and Gender and Society. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Food and Femininity

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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...For Lisa, health is all about “balance.” In addition to providing a nutritionally “balanced diet” when feeding herself and her family, Lisa also strives toward balance in her relationship to health ideals and does not fret over...

Stumbling in the kitchen: Exploring masculinity, Latinicity, and belonging through performative cooking

Food, Masculinities, and Home: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

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...For as long as I can remember, my mother’s recipe book has lived in the second drawer between the stove and the refrigerator. Stored under a pile of recipe clippings, the book was a wedding gift from my grandmother that my mother brought...

Food and Objecthood: Food, Museums, and Anti-Theatricality

Food and Museums

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

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...In a New York Times opinion piece, cultural critic William Deresiewicz argues that despite its cultural prominence, “food, for all that, is not art. Both begin by addressing the senses, but that is where food stops [. . .] Food is highly...

The Canadian Wheat Board Struggle: Taking Freedom and Democracy to Market

Food Activism : Agency, Democracy and Economy

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

Book chapter

...Food activism in Canada today attempts “to reshape farming through links across a cultural as well as spatial divide between cities and countryside, all against the tide of corporate pressures to homogenize landscapes and crops” (Friedmann...

Food politics: The gendered work of caring through food

Kate Cairns

Kate Cairns is Assistant Professor of Childhood Studies at Rutgers University-Camden, USA. Her research brings an interdisciplinary approach to the study of culture and inequality, with particular focus on childhood, gender, and consumption. Kate has published in venues such as Gender & Society, Theory and Society, Journal of Consumer Culture, Antipode, and Gender and Education. Her current research explores educational initiatives that seek to connect children to their food. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Josée Johnston

Josée Johnston is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto, Canada. Her major substantive interest is the sociological study of food, which is a lens for investigating questions relating to consumer culture, gender, and inequality.  She is the co-author of Foodies (2nd edition, 2015) with Shyon Baumann, and has published articles in venues including American Journal of Sociology, Journal of Consumer Culture, Signs, Theory and Society, and Gender and Society. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Food and Femininity

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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...“I really felt like I REALLY wanted to be interviewed for this,” Deirdre says excitedly as she pours a fresh pot of tea. A white woman in her fifties, Deirdre wears a floral blouse and jean shorts with an apron tied around her waist. Among...

Caribou and Reindeer

The Cambridge World History of Food

© Cambridge University Press, 2000

Encyclopedia entry

...The terms “caribou” and “reindeer” refer to a species of cervid, Rangifer tarandus, which has Holarctic distribution. “Reindeer,” however, is somewhat ambiguous, as it is used to refer to both the wild and domesticated forms...

Strolling the aisles and feeling food shopping

Kate Cairns

Kate Cairns is Assistant Professor of Childhood Studies at Rutgers University-Camden, USA. Her research brings an interdisciplinary approach to the study of culture and inequality, with particular focus on childhood, gender, and consumption. Kate has published in venues such as Gender & Society, Theory and Society, Journal of Consumer Culture, Antipode, and Gender and Education. Her current research explores educational initiatives that seek to connect children to their food. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Josée Johnston

Josée Johnston is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto, Canada. Her major substantive interest is the sociological study of food, which is a lens for investigating questions relating to consumer culture, gender, and inequality.  She is the co-author of Foodies (2nd edition, 2015) with Shyon Baumann, and has published articles in venues including American Journal of Sociology, Journal of Consumer Culture, Signs, Theory and Society, and Gender and Society. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Food and Femininity

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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...“It doesn’t feel like a chore,” said Gail, a white, 33-year-old acupuncturist, reflecting on the process of food shopping. “Every week I sit down and I plan what I’m gonna make in the week. And I make a list and I go out and get the food. I...

Food pleasures in the postfeminist kitchen

Kate Cairns

Kate Cairns is Assistant Professor of Childhood Studies at Rutgers University-Camden, USA. Her research brings an interdisciplinary approach to the study of culture and inequality, with particular focus on childhood, gender, and consumption. Kate has published in venues such as Gender & Society, Theory and Society, Journal of Consumer Culture, Antipode, and Gender and Education. Her current research explores educational initiatives that seek to connect children to their food. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Josée Johnston

Josée Johnston is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto, Canada. Her major substantive interest is the sociological study of food, which is a lens for investigating questions relating to consumer culture, gender, and inequality.  She is the co-author of Foodies (2nd edition, 2015) with Shyon Baumann, and has published articles in venues including American Journal of Sociology, Journal of Consumer Culture, Signs, Theory and Society, and Gender and Society. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Food and Femininity

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

Book chapter

...Judy proudly identifies as a “food-obsessed, cheese-addicted locavore.” A white woman with curly grey hair and diamond earrings, she colorfully narrates her 56 years according to significant shifts in her “food style.” Judy laughs...

Sweetness and Taste: Mapping Maple Syrup in Vermont

Food and Architecture : At the Table

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

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...We asked the living wood to give us something sweet and good. This comes from a banner in an exhibition of maple products in Vermont in 1915. Walter H. Crockett...