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Food & Migration Workshop Abstracts

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Panel 1: Iain Walker

“When you go to Comoro, bring me back some ladu, Ladu, and shihondo, and putu.”

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Panel 1: Emma-Jayne Abbot

This paper contends that migrants living in New York who originate from the Ecuadorian village of Jima are reconstituted as Jimeño.

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Panel 1: Fedora Gasparetti

The paper presented here analyses the role of food and its cultural and social meanings in the process of identity construction among Senegalese migrants in Italy.

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Panel 2: Simone Cinotto

All human identities are shaped by the space in which people live and socialize. Migrant identities are bounded to the geographies of multiple places.

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Panel 2: Nicola Frost

Brick Lane and the surrounding area has historically attracted successive groups of migrants.

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Panel 2: Krishnendu Ray

Behind every assertion about authenticity lie specific constructions of authority.

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Panel 3: Anne Harris

Recent research sought to document food choices, behaviours and experiences of food security............

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Panel 4: Nefissa Naguib

History tells us that cosmopolitanism for the Jews has been an adaptive instrument for a persecuted people without a homeland.

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Panel 4: Clare Perkins

Migrants go from one place to another, moving right across the world.

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Panel 4: Marte Rosales

During the nineteenth and the first half of the twentieth centuries a large number of Goans left their home country and migrated to Mozambique.

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Anne Meneley

In an interview with me in 2006, a Palestinian olive oil producer, holding aloft a bottle of Holy Land Olive Oil, said...........

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Panel 5: Lidia Marte

‘Migrant seasonings’ is the way .

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Panel 5: Hannah Lewis

In Harehills, Leeds, UK, Temby’s Mini-Market display their Zimbabwean flag in the window....

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Panel 4: Clare Perkins

Migrants go from one place to another, moving right across the world.

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Panel 6: Amy Rowe

Discussion about mint often emerged during my fieldwork with descendants of Ottoman-era Lebanese immigrants in rural New England

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Panel 6: Maureen Duru

Migration has been in existence since the origin of the human race.

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Panel 6: Frederic Duhart

The now world-famous rice dish, garnished with vegetables and sometimes with various meats, fish or shellfish, called paella.

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Panel 7: Chantal Crenn

Within the framework of a wide collective study, evaluation of public politics (policy) in nutritional matters

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Panel 7: Janice Thompson

MINA is a three year NDA research project which addresses aging, migration, and nutrition across two generations of Bangladeshi women.

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