Provisional table of contents SECTION 1: The Globalization of Food Production Introduction Chapter 2: Delocalising Salmon: 'Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon' and the Emergence of a Universal Artefact Chapter 3: Localization and Globalization in the Livestock Industry (Rhoda Wilkie, University of Aberdeen) SECTION 2: Connecting Globalized Production and Globalized Consumption Editors' Introduction Chapter 4: Fair Trade Food: Connecting Producers and Consumers (Caroline Wright, University of Warwick) Chapter 5: Between Brand and Place: The Global Wine Market, Pedagogies of Tasting and the Tyranny of Parker's Scores (Stefano Ponte, Danish Institute for International Studies) Chapter 6: Globalization and Obesity (Jeffery Sobal, Cornell University and Wm. Alex McIntosh, Texas A&M University) SECTION 3: Globalization, Localization, Contestation, Politics Editors' Introduction Chapter 7: Virtue and Valorisation: 'Local Food' in the United States and France (Michaela DeSoucey, Northwestern University; Isabelle Techoueyres, University of Bordeaux) Chapter 8: Reign of the Terroir: the Cult of the Artisan in the French Gastronomic Field (Rick Fantasia, Smith College) Chapter 9: Unpacking the Localist Response to the Globalization of Food (Julie Guthman, University of California, Santa Cruz) Chapter 10: Gastronomic Revolutionaries: Slow food and the Politics of 'Virtuous Globalization' (Alison Leitch, Macquarie University) Chapter 11: Eating Your Way to Global Citizenship (Danielle Gallegos, Murdoch University) SECTION 4: Food, Selfhood, Identity and Globalization Editors' Introduction Chapter 12: Food Nationalism and American Identity (Shyon Baumann and Josee Johnston, University of Toronto) Chapter 13: Contemporary Hispanic Foodways in the San Luis Valley of Colorado: The Local, the Global, the Hybrid and the Processed (Carole Counihan, Millersville University) Chapter 14: Culinary Discourses: A Comparison of Four Ethnographic Settings (Pat Caplan, Goldsmiths College) SECTION 5: The Globalized Menu Editors' Introduction Chapter 15: Feeding Modern Desires: Exotic Restaurants and Expatriate Home Cooking (Krishnendu Ray, New York University) Chapter 16: Completely Unique but Appealing to Everyone: Managing Difference on the Globalized Menu of National and Ethnic Foods (Richard Wilk, Indiana University) Chapter 17: Convergent Tendencies in Global Context: A Comparison of Britain and France (Alan Warde, University of Manchester)
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David Inglis is Professor of Sociology at the University of Aberdeen. Debra Gimlin is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Aberdeen.