Journal Food & History , vol. 18.1-2

Food & History - 18:1-2 (2020)

Food and Drink in Communist Europe

  • Pages: 307 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Illustrations:1 col.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2021

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-58728-8
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Food and Drink in Communist Europe
    Edited by / Textes réunis par
    Albena Shkodrova, Yves Segers, Peter Scholliers

    (Re)Digesting Communism
    Albena Shkodrova

    Part I - Communist Industrial and Social Modernization

    Physicians, Technologists, Economists and Politicians: Nutritional Policy and Conflicts in Czech Lands in 1948–70
    Martin FRANC

    Public Catering in Communist Bulgaria: 1950s–1980s
    Stefan DETCHEV

    Part II - Managing the Palates and the Guts of the Communist Citizen

    Recipe for Compromise? The Negotiation of East German Foodways
    Nancy NILGEN

    Digestive Anxieties: Russian Projects of Bio-National Citizenship
    Melissa L. CALDWELL

    Part III – Looking Back: Memories of Communist Food

    Remembering Soviet Food Culture: Experiences of a Memory Community in Estonia
    Ester BARDONE, Anu KANNIKE

    The Transition from Mămăligă to Bread in the Romanian Countryside under Socialism
    Mircea-Lucian SCROB

    Changing Narratives through Communist Food Brands. Three Romanian Case Studies: Rom Chocolate, Gostat Meat Products, and Polar Ice Cream
    George Alexandru CONDRACHE

    INTERNATIONAL FOOD HISTORY RESEARCH (2017-2020)

    Corresponding Member Reports. Food Historiography: Periods, Places and Themes
    Allen GRIECO and Peter SCHOLLIERS

    Food History Research in Ibero-America: 2016-2019
    Wanessa ASFORA NADLER, Gregorio SALDARRIAGA

    Recent Trends in Food History Research on India: 2013-2019
    Anil PARALKAR

    An Overview of African Food Historiography, 2013 to Present
    Maureen DURU

    Histoire de l’alimentation et de la cuisine en Afrique subsaharienne (de l’époque précoloniale à 2000)
    Adolin Paul EGNANKOU

    Recent Trends in Food History Research in the United States: 2017–2020
    Sarah PETERS KERNAN

    Spreading Out: A Review of Food History/Studies in Australia and New Zealand, 2017-2019
    Cecilia LEONG-SALOBIR

    Recent Trends in Food History in East and Southeast Europe: 2016-2019
    Maja GODINA GOLIJA

    Recent Trends in Food History in Turkey: 2017-2018
    Özge Samancı

    Recent Trends in Food History in Ancient Near-Eastern Studies
    Lucia MORI

    Tendances récentes dans l’histoire de l’alimentation du monde arabe. Contributions à l’historiographie médiévale
    Marianne BRISVILLE

    Book Reviews / Comptes rendus