The Table Comes First: By Adam Gopnik

@article{Davidson2012TheTC,
  title={The Table Comes First: By Adam Gopnik},
  author={Joshua Davidson},
  journal={Food, Culture \& Society},
  year={2012},
  volume={15},
  pages={684 - 688}
}
address Hispanic women in southern Colorado who use food practices politically and in the public sphere. Together, the chapters in this book offer innovative and thought-provoking views about food that are accessible to a wide audience. Combining works by wellestablished scholars and new researchers alike, this compilation provides a multidisciplinary approach to food studies. Taking Food Public is arranged as a key text for food studies courses as well as more in-depth courses such as food… 

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