Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 21.1-4 (2013) Food Theory Victor J Vitanza

ISBN: 9781602353473

Published: January 29th 2013

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Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 21.1-4 (2013) Food Theory  by  Victor J Vitanza

Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 21.1-4 (2013) Food Theory by Victor J Vitanza
January 29th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 226 pages | ISBN: 9781602353473 | 3.60 Mb

PRE/TEXT 21.1-4 2013 - CONTENTS. Special Issue: FOOD THEORY. Introduction by Jenny Edbauer Rice and Jeff Rice - The Good Body, Skilled in Eating by Donovan Conley - Food for Thought by Phillip Foss - Un(Loveable) Food by Jenny Edbauer Rice -MorePRE/TEXT 21.1-4 2013 - CONTENTS.

Special Issue: FOOD THEORY. Introduction by Jenny Edbauer Rice and Jeff Rice - The Good Body, Skilled in Eating by Donovan Conley - Food for Thought by Phillip Foss - Un(Loveable) Food by Jenny Edbauer Rice - Love In The Time of Global Warming by Mark Stern - The Organic Libertarian: How Deregulation Should Benefit Small Farms by Eric Reuter - Consuming Iowa, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Earl Butz by David M. Grant - The Urban Food Database and the Pedagogy of Attunement by Jodie Nicotra - Menu Literacy by Jeff Rice - The Erotic Pleasures of Danger Foods by Zachary Snider - My Conversion from Religion to Chocolate by Alan McClure - Rhetorical Theory in the Light of Food: The Meaning of Authority in Top Chef Masters by Roland Clark Brooks - Cook, Eat, and Write the Self: Lecriture Feminine, Alice Waters, and the Slow Food Revolution by Heather Eaton McGrane - American Craft Brewers: A Story of Collaboration & Creativity by Greg Koch



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