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Special Issue: Cross-cultural Foodways

 

Cross-cultural Foodways in Literature, Media and Society

edited by Linda Rossato

 

Food and literature

· Alison Armstrong, "Eating, Reading, Cooking, Writing: foods fit for gods, heroes & anti-heroes in Homer and Joyce"

· Silvia Masi, "Food Across Time and Space: Pinocchio and its English translations"

· Claudia Alborghetti, "Gianni Rodari’s Grammar of Food: translating Italian food language into English in children’s literature in the UK and the US"


Food and the media

·  Ana María Hornero, "Parfait de Traduction: the translation of culture specific items for the Spanish audience in films about French cooking"

·  Ira Torresi, "Home and the Family in Mulino Bianco Advertising: 40 years of (gendered) Italian social history translated for the consumer market"


Food and society

·  Laurent Binet, "France, Food and Globalisation: 'Gastronomic Patriotism' and its limits in language, attitudes and political discourses"

·  Roberta Giovine, "Foodways and the Food-Mediated Identity of Muslim Migrants in Northern Italy"

 

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# Titolo Articolo Autore Visite
1 Eating, reading, cooking, writing… Foods fit for gods, heroes, and anti-heroes in Homer and Joyce Alison Armstrong 228
2 Food across time and space: Pinocchio and its English translations Silvia Masi 228
3 Gianni Rodari’s grammar of food: translating Italian food language into English in children’s literature in the UK and the US Claudia Alborghetti 212
4 Parfait de traduction. The translation of culture specific items for the Spanish audience in films about French cooking Ana María Hornero 210
5 Home and the family in Mulino Bianco advertising: Forty years of (gendered) Italian social history, translated for the consumer market Ira Torresi 224
6 France, food and globalisation: ‘Gastronomic patriotism’ and its limits in language, attitudes and political discourses Laurent Binet 200
7 Foodways and the food-mediated identity of Muslim migrants in Northern Italy Roberta Giovine 210
 

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