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- Remembrance of Repasts: An Anthropology of Food and Memory
- The Sensory Experience of Food: Memory as a Sense
- Journal of Modern Greek Studies
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Remembrance of Repasts: An Anthropology of Food and Memory
The Sensory Experience of Food: Memory as a Sense
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Sutton Published Geography. Prousts famous madeleine captures the power of food to evoke some of our deepest memories. Why does food hold such power? What does the growing commodification and globalization of food mean for our capacity to store the past in our meals in the smell of olive oil or the taste of a fresh-cut fig?
Reviewed by: Remembrance of Repasts. Hoffmann David E. Sutton , Remembrance of Repasts. An Anthropology of Food and Memory. New York: Berg, How do people think about the foods they have eaten? How do their recollections of meals fit into their understanding of who they are?
Remembrance of Repasts. An Anthropology of Food and Memory. (review). Richard C. Hoffmann. Journal of Modern Greek Studies, Volume 24, Number 2.
Journal of Modern Greek Studies
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