Cultures of Taste/Theories of Appetite is a volume of interdisciplinary essays that brings together a wide range of scholarship in diet studies, a growing field that investigates connections between food, drink and culture, including literature, philosophy and history. The collection considers the full range of social, cultural, political and philosophical phenomena associated with food in the Romantic period, reconsidering issues of race, class and gender, as well as those of colonialism, imperialism, and science. In brief, the volume initiates a dialogue between the cultural politics of food and eating, and the philosophical implications of ingestion, digestion, and excretion.An earlier version of Denise Gigantea#39;s essay was published in Romanticism on the Net (2002) and Studies in ... I am grateful to Jeffrey Cox and the Center for the Humanities and the Arts at CU Boulder for their timely invitation to me to presentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cultures of Taste/Theories of Appetite|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2004-01-17|