Beyond culinary colonialism: indigenous food sovereignty, liberal multiculturalism, and the control of gastronomic capital

  title={Beyond culinary colonialism: indigenous food sovereignty, liberal multiculturalism, and the control of gastronomic capital},
  author={S. Grey and L. Newman},
  journal={Agriculture and Human Values},
This article builds on the food sovereignty literature to ask pointed questions about the interplay of market forces and political liberalism. Specifically, we use cuisine as a lens to interrogate the assumption that multiculturalism is compatible with Indigenous food sovereignty. Because multicultural inclusion is the means by which Indigenous Peoples’ gastronomies are commodified and alienated, they experience not gastronomic multiculturalism but culinary colonialism. Accordingly, food… Expand
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