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The role of women as food providers and agents of change is explored by several authors.

Articles address the role of corporations and agro-business and small-scale suppliers as well as urban gardens and foragers. The role of Mexican women cooking in their own businesses, in public kitchens, is the focus of one article.

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Food consumption from the point of view of race and socio-economic standing is the subject of the following seven articles. Other pieces in this section address topics ranging from habits of black New Yorkers to low-income homes in upstate New York to dumpster diving among Australian youth. Gender identity as expressed through food practices is another theme that emerges here. The movements of peoples in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries are the overall focus of articles in the diaspora section.

Food, here, is explored as an important identity marker. Globalization again is served up by several authors as formerly regional foods find their way to the market, home, and table. Hers is an intensely personal contribution about a complex lifestyle or life-ways of which food is a part. The ten articles in the fifth section of the book look at activism; the authors here consider how individual and collective efforts can change the ways in which food is produced, distributed, and consumed.

American Anthropologist, 92, Bynum and Shared Wealth and Symbol ed. American Anthropologist 90, Journal of Nutrition Education 20, Population and Environment, 10, American Anthropologist, 87, Smith Wade-El and B. West Chester University. Lebanon Valley College. University of Delaware. Bucknell University. Brimmer and May School Grogan Symposium.

Williams College, March. University of Texas at El Paso, October. Dickinson College, October. University of Malta, May. American Association of University Women.

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York, PA. Swarthmore College. University of California at Davis. Florence, Italy, May. University of New Hampshire, March. Lancaster County Historical Society.

Lancaster, PA, December. Bowling Green State University. Folklore Archives, University of California at Berkeley. Rutgers University Institute for Research on Women. New York. State College, PA, May. Albuquerque, NM, February. Lancaster, PA, October.

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Association for the Study of Food and Society. Boston, MA. Florence, Italy. Washington, DC, December. Albuquerque, NM. Washington, DC. San Francisco, CA. Journalistic Articles One Day in Paris. Slow 58, Slow 54, Slow 52, By James M. Taggart and Carole Counihan.

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Slow 51, Scritto e mangiato. Supplement to Il Manifesto. October, pp.