Query : elite gastronomy
- Bohardt, Meghan1
- Olsen, Juan Francisco1
- Sabban, Françoise1
- Takenaka, Ayumi1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1
- Methods and Statistics1
Food since 1800
Cooking, nation and identities: A historical and anthropological approach to the emergence of nationalist culinary narratives in Buenos Aires (Argentina) during the second half of the 19th century
Comer implies a complex social fact that brings together a set of production and consumption movements, both material and symbolic. Therefore, food intake and the social and cultural processes underpinning it contribute to shaping collective identities while being an expression of social and power r...
“Nikkei Food” for Whom? Gastro-Politics and Culinary Representation in Peru
Peru is undergoing a gastronomic “boom.” The government, together with the private sector, actively promotes “its” food as an engine of growth and national unity and branding. One key component of this gastro-politics is the emergence of elite gastronomy, such as Nikkei food. Broadly defined as Peru...
Peru's "Gastronomic Boom": critical perspectives on elite gastronomy and social food justice
This thesis is a critical reflection on the contemporary phenomenon of the “Gastronomic Boom” in Peru—a seemingly sudden surge in interest, development, marketing, and exportation of gourmet Peruvian cuisine. I examine this process looking at productions from the top and bottom of the social hierarc...