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  • Call for Papers : Gastropolitics: Culture, Identity and Culinary
           Politics in Peru

    • Authors: María Elena García, Raúl Matta
      Abstract: Cuisine, identity and politics are converging in complex and compelling ways across the globe. Nowhere is this more true than in contemporary Peru, where hundreds of culinary schools are training over 80,000 Peruvian chefs, and where one celebrity chef is considered a strong candidate for president, even though he has never expressed interest in that position. Peru is re-constituting itself as a “country of cooks” not only for commercial and aesthetic reasons but also in pursuit of a political, economic, and cultural project in which Peruvian cuisine is the engine for inclusive development, racial reconciliations, and national unification.  The gastronomic boom in Peru is now over a decade old, coinciding with the recovery of the country from decades of political violence and authoritarianism, forces that exacted greatest damage on Indigenous communities, Afro-Peruvians, and the poor. It also overlapped with the implementation of neoliberal economic policies and the opening of the co...
      PubDate: 2017-09-05
       
  • Cancer at the Dinner Table

    • Authors: Lorenzo Mariano Juárez, Julián López García, Carmen Cipriano-Crespo
      Abstract: For a little over three decades, the relationship between diet and cancer has been thoroughly researched through quantitative studies, by medical experts in nutrition and cancer. However, the narratives and experiences of cancer patients with respect to food and the emotional climates that surround the nutritional process – understood as an entirely social fact – are understudied. The subordination of this perspective reflects short-sightedness towards these narratives. This paper proposes an ethnographic approach to the dietary experience of a group of patients suffering from laryngeal cancer in Spain. Herein we will analyze the senses and meanings they give to the loss of “normality” in dietary practices, the feelings and emotions they assign to these practices, the importance placed on nutrition, the recommendations of health professionals, or the process of resistance. Notions such as shame, stigma or identity reinforce the thesis that we must pay close attention to these worlds...
      PubDate: 2017-08-05
       
  • Luis Gutiérrez : Los nuevos viñadores

    • Authors: Pablo Alonso González, Eva Parga-Dans
      Abstract: Luis Gutiérrez, Los nuevos viñadores Una nueva generación de viticultores españoles Planeta Gastro. Madrid. Published  30 May, 2017. ISBN: 978-84-08-16644-3 "What does a gentleman who has worked throughout his life for the Sherry wine establishment shares with the son of a bricklayer who has worked for more than a decade for a large industrial wine cellar and has spent his salary buying small parcels of old vines in his town to prevent their uprooting and who, eventually, brings the fruit of these vines to the market' And what do they have in common with a group of university friends who set up a wine consulting company that makes some of the most innovative wines in their different territories' (…) We are talking here about a heterogeneous group of people whose lives have a common thread." (Gutiérrez, 2017 : 27) This common thread is of interest to anthropologists and food scholars in general, or at least it should be. In his first sole-authored book, Luis Gutiérrez offers a detailed...
      PubDate: 2017-08-04
       
  • Quinoa Buffets and Sugar Devils

    • Authors: Mai-Lei Woo Kinshella
      Abstract: With an emphasis on self-management, discourses of cancer survivorship and healthy diets can become an individualizing project, which is contested through the experiences of food told by the people with a history of cancer highlighted in this article. Based on interviews with 38 women and men treated for cancer in Canada, this paper explores the experience of cancer survivorship through food. While most informants endorsed eating more healthily, they frequently had a broader understanding of healthy diets than prescribed in individualizing dietary recommendations and connected their experiences of food with values of healing. Perceived risks of an industrialized food system were embodied as cancer risks while eating natural, organic foods was seen as a way of healing themselves and engaging in an alternative, more ethical, world food system. In contrast to the demonization of sugar and processed foods, quinoa and other “natural” health foods were seen as “healthy” for bodies and for...
      PubDate: 2017-07-23
       
  • L’image des légumes

    • Authors: Hélène Burzala-Ory, Clémentine Hugol-Gential, Jean-Jacques Boutaud
      Abstract: légumes, représentations, discours, imaginaire, nutrition, sante, agrégateur d’informations, désenchantement, polyphonie
      Although receiving considerable attention in the French official discourse after the implementation of the PNNS program in 2001, the consumption of vegetables has decreased in recent years. Additionally, the ways vegetables are perceived by consumers have long been understudied. In such a context, understanding why and how the consumption of vegetables has come to stagnate appears as a topic of increasing relevance. Our starting hypothesis is that, in a country where taste and pleasure are central to the food culture, both the government and the media discourse present vegetables mostly as functional food items; that is, putting emphasis on their nutritional dimensions rather than on their palatable qualities. To put this hypothesis to the test, this research analyses current discourses on vegetables on the basis of a text corpus that was generated by using a uniqu...
      PubDate: 2017-07-15
       
  • Manger après le diagnostic d’un cancer

    • Authors: Marine Fontas
      Abstract: The cancer diagnosis and the monitoring of anticancer treatments generate multiple dietary disturbances that are directly related to prognosis and to the patients’ quality of life. These disturbances reorganize the relation to food for sufferers. From a longitudinal study conducted in France between 2011 and 2013 about patients with lung cancer and treated by chemotherapy, this article reports the dietary adaptation strategies of organizational, nutritional and sensory type implemented by patients and their caregivers. These strategies are shaped at the intersection of informational context and food experience that are characterized by desires of changes and dependencies to chemotherapy-induced side effects.
      PubDate: 2017-07-09
       
  • Des conduites alimentaires régulées, des substances « nocives »
           évincées 

    • Authors: Meriem M’zoughi
      Abstract: This article describes the eating behaviors of Cambodians with cancer. Such behaviors depend on selective logics which are articulated through plural and complex conceptions of the body and the disease. First of all, patients modify their feeding behaviors prior to the illness and eliminate some food that they and their family consider as “harmful”. The dangerous nature of the aliments is based on the potential effects associated with the ingestion of the food by a person with cancer. Those beliefs echo the Khmers’ definition of cancer. Patients regulate their food consumption by following certain principles. Those principles relate to the search of a balanced diet, moderation, as well as a gain in energy. Therefore, this article examines the analogue relationship between a pathology and specific eating behaviors. These behaviors are underpinned by a food classification loosely based on the theory of humors.
      PubDate: 2017-05-17
       
  • Seeds of Life, Seeds of Hunger:

    • Authors: Thomas A. Reuter
      Abstract: The industrialisation of agriculture has drawn farmers around the world into the vortex of a commercialised global food system. This has caused a massive decline in traditional farming, which tends to be small scale, organic, biologically diverse and sustainable. It has instead favoured mechanised farming on large land holdings, using monocultures, aggressive cultivation methods and external inputs in unsustainable ways. There is much controversy about which of the two paradigms should be used in future. This paper focuses specifically on tension around corporate appropriation of the world’s seed supply and farmer’s counter movements for seed sovereignty, as a key aspect of this broader controversy. It argues that the unrolling of a reformed, second-generation Green Revolution based on GMO seed technologies will expose farmers to further risks and deepen their disempowerment, while careful use of open source hybrid seeds may increase traditional farmers’ food sovereignty.
      PubDate: 2017-05-09
       
  • Introduction

    • Authors: Frédéric Précigout, Isabelle Techoueyres
      Abstract: Ce numéro a eu des difficultés à voir le jour. En effet, un premier appel à contribution, s’intitulant « le financement de la recherche en sciences humaines et sociales dans le domaine de l’alimentation, dans le monde : enjeux, contraintes, limites, enseignements », portait sur les relations complexes qu’entretient une communauté scientifique avec le « choix » de ses objets de recherche financés. Or nous avions reçu très peu de propositions d’articles. C’est pourquoi nous avons revu notre appel et choisi de l’ouvrir sur les « conditions » de la recherche, les facteurs qui conditionnent le travail des chercheurs en sciences humaines, à la lumière de travaux dans le champ de l’alimentation humaine. Il a toutefois fallu du temps avant que nous obtenions des retours concrets : il semble qu’une réflexion réflexive sur le pourquoi et comment de nos travaux intéresse beaucoup de chercheurs - et nous avons pu recueillir de nombreux témoignages oraux dans ce sens - mais il reste difficile d’...
      PubDate: 2017-04-09
       
  • 2016, l’eau ne coule plus de source

    • Authors: Sophie Moulard
      Abstract: Rencontres scientifiques et citoyennes, destinées à faire se rencontrer de larges publics de la façon la plus ouverte possible, les Reclusiennes ont choisi le thème de l’eau pour leur édition 2016. L’hommage à Elisée Reclus, auteur de l’« Histoire d’un ruisseau » et natif de la ville renforçait ce désir, en même temps que la présence si tangible de la Dordogne au bord de la bastide de Ste Foy la Grande, en Gironde, où se déroule cette manifestation. Le fleuve sera d’ailleurs le lieu de rencontres et de découvertes, suscitées par Epidor, Etablissement Public Territorial du Bassin de la Dordogne qui travaille à la fois à sa préservation, sa mémoire et sa valorisation. Et si au XXIè siècle, l’eau ne « coulait plus de source »? Depuis toujours considérée comme génératrice de vie par excellence, l’eau tend aujourd’hui à être banalisée sous certains horizons, tandis qu’elle est toujours plus précieuse et jalousement disputée sous d’autres. Omniprésente dans nos vies quotidiennes, moteur de ...
      PubDate: 2016-12-11
       
 
 
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