Food and Multiculture: An East End Case Study
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Dr Alex Rhys-Taylor (Goldsmiths)
Date: 18 January 2017Time: 3:15 PM
Finishes: 18 January 2017Time: 5:00 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings Room: S211
Type of Event: Seminar
In this talk I will move through a series of examples, discussing the various roles that ingredients from within London's food system play within the city's social formations. From chilli peppers, through jellied eels, horse meat and fried chicken, I will foreground the social significance of gut feelings elicited by the city's foods, and the significance of the spaces in which they are served.
Dr Alex Rhys-Taylor Food and Multiculture: An East End Case Study
About the speaker
Dr Alex Rhys-Taylor is the deputy director of the Centre for Urban and Community Research, and a lecturer in the sociology department at Goldsmiths. His new book, Food and Multiculture, will be published by Bloomsbury in February 2017.
Organiser: Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies and Department of Anthropology and Sociology
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