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From the PublisherThe contributions to Edible Ideologies show a richness of concrete argument ... Vividly and vibrantly, the essays ... reveal multitudes of meaning.— Gastronomica
"...this collection moves beyond the scope of 'food studies' to be of interest to readers in literature, gender studies, sociology, advertising history, and related disciplines."— CHOICE
"This is a solid intervention in contemporary debates about food and representation in the Anglo-American world. The essays are historically rich, theoretically engaging, and unpredictable enough to be immensely readable. Who knew that a box of Jell-O would do so much harm to Ethel Rosenberg's case?!"— Krishnendu Ray, author of The Migrant's Table: Meals and Memories in Bengali-American Households"