Gastronationalism: Food Traditions and Authenticity Politics in the European Union

@article{DeSoucey2010GastronationalismFT,
  title={Gastronationalism: Food Traditions and Authenticity Politics in the European Union},
  author={Michaela DeSoucey},
  journal={American Sociological Review},
  year={2010},
  volume={75},
  pages={432-455}
}
By developing the concept of “gastronationalism,” this article challenges conceptions of the homogenizing forces of globalism. I analyze (1) the ways in which food production, distribution, and con... 

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