Women's Work: How Culinary Cultures Shaped Modern Spain

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Product Details

Price
$119.94
Publisher
Vanderbilt University Press
Publish Date
Pages
220
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.63 inches | 1.09 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780826504906

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About the Author

Rebecca Ingram is a professor of Spanish at the University of San Diego.

Reviews

"This book moves existing scholarship to not only value women's and gendered work and the bodies (and subjectivities) that perform this labor, but also calls our attention to how the study and acknowledgment of feminist movements and feminist studies in Spain are not aligned with first-wave feminism."
--H. Rosi Song, coauthor of A Taste of Barcelona: The History of Catalan Cooking and Eating
"Clean and concise; it's a tight book without any filler that does what it sets out to do. This is great cultural studies work and rich scholarship. Ingram is to be congratulated for expanding our understanding of gendered (food)work in Spain during the early twentieth century."
--Robert A. Davidson, author of Jazz Age Barcelona