Osiris, Volume 35 : Food Matters: Critical Histories of Food and the Sciences. (Book, 2020) [WorldCat.org]
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Osiris, Volume 35 : Food Matters: Critical Histories of Food and the Sciences.

Osiris, Volume 35 : Food Matters: Critical Histories of Food and the Sciences.

Author: E C Spary
Publisher: University of Chicago Press 2020.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E C Spary
ISBN: 9780226726861 022672686X
OCLC Number: 1198447918
Description: 364 p.
Contents: On the Virtues of Historical EntomophagyE. C. Spary and Anya Zilberstein A Natural History of the KitchenAnita Guerrini Digesting Faith: Eating God, Man, and Meat in Seventeenth-Century RomeBradford Bouley Food, Population, and Empire in the Hartlib Circle, 1639-1660Ted McCormick Perceptions of Provenance: Conceptions of Wine, Health, and Place in Louis XIV's FranceAlissa Aron Why Drink Water? Diet, Materialisms, and British ImperialismJoyce E. Chaplin The Shape of Meat: Preserving Animal Flesh in Victorian BritainRebecca J. H. Woods The Introduction of Chemical Dyes into Food in the Nineteenth CenturyCarolyn Cobbold The Technopolitics of Food: The Case of German Prison Food from the Late Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth CenturiesUlrike Thoms Nutritional Modernity: The German CaseCorinna Treitel The Scientific Lives of Chicha: The Production of a Fermented Beverage and the Making of Expert Knowledge in Bogota, 1889-1939Stefan Pohl-Valero Historicizing "Indian Systems of Knowledge": Ayurveda, Exotic Foods, and Contemporary Antihistorical HolismsProjit Bihari Mukharji Local Food and Transnational Science: New Boundary Issues of the Caterpillar Fungus in Republican ChinaDi Lu Hungry, Thinking with Animals: Psychology and Violence at the Turn of the Twentieth CenturyDana Simmons World War II and the Quest for Time-Insensitive FoodsDeborah Fitzgerald Meat Mimesis: Laboratory-Grown Meat as a Study in CopyingBenjamin Aldes Wurgaft Breakfast at Buck's: Informality, Intimacy, and Innovation in Silicon ValleySteven Shapin Notes on Contributors Index


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