Jaarboek voor Vrouwengeschiedenis - Gendered food practices from seed to waste deel 36



In nearly all societies gender has been, and continues to be, central in defining roles and responsibilities related to the production, manufacturing, provisioning, eating, and disposal of food. The 2016 Yearbook of Women's History presents a collection of new contributions that look into the diversity of these gendered food-related practices to uncover new insights into the shifting relations of gender across food systems. Authors explore changing understandings and boundaries of food-related activities at the intersection of food and gender, across time and space. Look out for intriguing contributions that range from insights into the lives of market women in late medieval food trades in the Low Countries, the practices of activist women in the garbage movement of prewar Tokyo, the way grain storage technologies affect women in Zimbabwe, through to the impact of healthy eating blogs in the digital age. Contents: Editorial BETTINA BOCK/JESSICA DUNCAN, Introduction JANNA COMANS, The Gendered Markets: Health, Food Safety and Cleanliness in Late Medieval Low Countries REBECCA TOMPKINS, 'Our Mission as Women': Activist Women in the Garbage Movement of Prewar Tokyo LOIS STANFORD, Conserving the 'Traditional Mexican Cuisine': Women's Roles in the Conservation of Agricultural Heritage in Michoacán, Mexico FENNEKE REYSOO/SUON SINY, From an Economy of Plenty towards a Livelihood of Scarcity: Gender, Food Culture and Change in a recently Deforested Area in Cambodia (Kampong Thom Province) Showcase: INGRID DE ZWARTE/SASKIA BULTMAN, Interview with Marietje van Winter on food in the Middle Ages Forum: LOVENESS NYANGA/MOIRA NAGRU/FELIX MADYA/MEMORY KACHAMBWA/LUCIA MANEMA/HARLENE AMBALI/CATHERINE CHIDEWE, A Gender Analysis of Pre and Post Harvest Management Practices: A case study of subsistence farmers in Shamva and Makoni Districts, Zimbabwe Photo essay: JACQUES DANES, Photographs of domestic science education in the Netherlands ANKE NIEHOF/STEFAN WAHLEN, Moralities of sharing and caring: Gender and food in the moral household economy KIMBERLEY WILMOT VOSS, Food Editors Negotiating Culinary Change: Home Cooks, Food Editors and Food Companies in the 1950s and 1960s ANTIA WIERSMA/SYLVIA HOLLA, Serving morality on a platter. Moral imperatives and cultural repertoires in Margriet's writings on food

Lees minder Lees meer
Meer informatie
PublisherVerloren b.v., uitgeverij
Aantal bladzijdes224
Schrijf uw eigen review
Recensie achterlatenJaarboek voor Vrouwengeschiedenis - Gendered food practices from seed to waste deel 36
Uw waardering

Boeken top 10

Op zoek naar de meest populaire boeken van dit moment? Bekijk dan de boeken top 10.

Het artikel is toegevoegd aan je winkelwagen