Autor: Andrea L. Dottolo
ISBN-13: 9783319747569
Einband: Book
Seiten: 236
Format: 218x151x20 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Italian American Women, Food, and Identity

Stories at the Table
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Provides an original contribution both in terms of the population studied and its cutting edge methodology of using the 'recipe' as a research tool as well as featuring a mother-daughter research team
1. Introduction
This book is about Italian American women, food, identity, and our stories at the table. This mother-daughter research team explores how Italian American working-class women from Syracuse, New York use food as a symbol and vehicle which carries multiple meanings. In these narratives, food represents home, loss, and longing. Food also stands in for race, class, gender, sexuality, immigration, region, place, and space. The authors highlight how food is about family and tradition, as well as choice and change. These women's narratives reveal that food is related to celebration, love, power, and shame. As this study centers on the intergenerational transmission of culture, the authors' relationship mirrors these questions as they contend with their similar and disparate experiences and relationships with Italian American identity and food. The authors use the "recipe" as a conversational bridge to elicit narratives about identity and the self. They also encourage readers to listen closely to the stories at their own tables to consider how recipes and food are a way for us to claim who we are, who we think we are, who we want to be, and who we are not.
Autor: Andrea L. Dottolo, Carol Dottolo
Andrea L. Dottolo is an assistant professor of psychology at Rhode Island College and a resident scholar at the Women's Studies Research Center at Brandeis University, USA.

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Autor: Andrea L. Dottolo
ISBN-13:: 9783319747569
ISBN: 3319747568
Erscheinungsjahr: 12.03.2018
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 439g
Seiten: 236
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 218x151x20 mm, Bibliographie