Food fights : how history matters to contemporary food debates /

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: JSTOR (Organization)
Other Authors: Ludington, Charles (Editor), Booker, Matthew Morse, 1968- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, [2019]
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Charles C. Ludington and Matthew Morse Booker
  • Producing food. Savior or monster? The truth about genetically engineered agriculture / Margaret Mellon
  • Born in the U.S.A.: the Americanness of industrial agriculture / Peter A. Coclanis
  • Food activism : a critical history / Steve Striffler
  • Choosing food. Can "taste" be separated from social class? / S. Margot Finn
  • The standard of taste debate : how do we decide what tastes best? / Charles C. Ludington
  • What does it mean to eat right? Nutrition, science, and society / Charlotte Biltekoff
  • Regulating food. Who should be responsible for food safety? Oysters as a case study / Matthew Morse Booker
  • U.S. farm and food subsidies : a short history of a long controversy / Sarah Ludington
  • Gendering food. What should babies eat and whose business is it? / Amy Bentley
  • Home, cooking : why gender matters to food politics / Tracey Deutsch
  • Cooking and eating food. Is thinking critically about food essential to a good life? / Robert T. Valgenti
  • A plea for culinary luddism / Ken Albala
  • A plea for culinary modernism : why we should love fast, modern, processed food (with a new postscript) / Rachel Laudan.