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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Ma Rhea, Zane.
Frontiers of Taste.
Singapore, SINGAPORE : Springer, 2016
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Zane Ma Rhea
|Description:||1 online resource (212)|
|Contents:||Acknowledgements; Conferences; Publications; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1 Food Security and the Colonial Impact; Abstract; Background and Context; Food as a Methodological Lens; Important Clarifications About Nomenclature; A Personal Journey; The Use of the Comparative Socio-Historical Method of Analysis; Reviewing Historical Texts, Painting, Maps, and Drawings; Theorizing Food Between Strangers as Social Exchange; Early Food Knowledge Traces; Foodways, Colonization and Nationhood; Structure of the Book; Bibliography; Food and Food Knowledge. 2 Framing Indigenous Foodways Prior to ColonizationAbstract; Indigenous Australian Food Security in Pre-contact Australia; Food, Food Gathering, and Food Preparation Traces: Categorizing Edible Foods; Bibliography; 3 Endogenous Edible Foods at First Contact; Abstract; What People Were Eating; Food Procurement Practices; Some Thoughts About Water Resources; Food Preparation; Edible Flora and Fauna: Some Cultural Management Practices; Conclusion; Bibliography; 4 Bringing Exogenous Foods to Australia; Abstract; Early European and British Sea Explorers; 1770: James Cook and Joseph Banks. Post-Cook Sea ExplorationFood Practices of Sea Explorers; Bibliography; Food Across the Colonial Frontier; 5 Surviving the Emergency Food Context; Abstract; The Emergency Food Context; Food Shortages at First Encounter; (De)Stabilizing Food Resources in the Penal Colony; The First Food Wars?; Diminishing Nutrition; The Question of Eating Different Foods; Food Exchanges and Stealing; Conclusion; Bibliography; 6 Provisions, Seed Collectors, and New Foods; Abstract; Securing Reliability in Exploration Food Provisioning; Understanding the Local Ecology; New Foods on Traditional Estates. Beginnings of the Ecological TransformationConclusion; Bibliography; 7 French Explorations and Le Gastronomie; Abstract; French Expedition Food; Eating Locally; Some French Food Practices Examined; Conclusion; Bibliography; 8 Explorers and Food Beyond Settlements; Abstract; Overland in van Dieman's Land; From Sea and Overland in the Southeast of Terra Australis; Discovering Felix Australis; Explorations of the Western Parts of the Continent; Journeys to the Centre; Reaching the Limits of the Frontiers of Taste; Bibliography; Food and the Making of Modern Australian Cuisine. 9 Australian National Cuisine: Beyond the Frontiers of TasteAbstract; Food Sovereignty and Food Security; Ecological and Cultural Sustainability; Scalability; Commercialization of a Concept; Edibility and Taste; Some Final Thoughts; Bibliography.|
- Food sovereignty -- Australia.
- Food security -- Australia.
- Food supply -- Australia.
- Sustainable agriculture -- Australia.
- Aboriginal Australians -- Food -- History.
- Aboriginal Australians -- Food.
- Postcolonialism -- Australia.
- SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Essays.
- SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Reference.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industries -- General.
- Food security.
- Food sovereignty.
- Food supply.
- Sustainable agriculture.