Issue 51, November 2011

Monique Rooney and Russell Smith
Editors’ Introduction


Essays

Maria Nugent
‘Every Right to be There’: Cinema Spaces and Racial Politics in Baz Luhrmann’s Australia

Roger Hillman
A Transnational Gallipoli?


Special Section: ‘On the Table’: Food in Our Culture

Lisa Milner
Guest Editor’s Introduction

Essays

Colin Bannerman 
Making Australian Food History

Barbara Santich
Nineteenth-Century Experimentation and the Role of Indigenous Foods in Australian Food Culture

Adrian Peace
Kill Skippy? Red Meat versus Kangaroo Meat in the Australian Diet

Elspeth Probyn
Swimming with Tuna: Human-Ocean Entanglements

Ferne Edwards
Small, Slow and Shared: Emerging Social Innovations in Urban Australian Foodscapes

Jemàl Nath and Desireé Prideaux
The Civilised Burger: Meat Alternatives as a Conversion Aid and Social Instrument for Australian Vegetarians and Vegans

Book reviews

Kelly Donati
Deeply Rooted: Unconventional Farmers in the Age of Agribusiness, by Lisa M. Hamilton

Bethaney A. Turner
The Taste for Civilization: Food, Politics and Civil Society, by Janet A. Flammang

Mandy Hughes
A Sociology of Food and Nutrition: The Social Appetite (3rd edition), edited by John Germov and Lauren Williams

Lauren Williams and John Germov
The Slow Food Story: Politics and Pleasure, by Geoff Andrews
Bite Me: Food in Popular Culture, by Fabio Parasecoli
The Globalisation of Food, edited by David Inglis and Debra Gimlin

Donna Lee Brien
Cake: A Global History, by Nicola Humble
Cheese: A Global History, by Andrew Dalby
Tea: A Global History, by Helen Saberi
Soup: A Global History, by Janet Clarkson
The Bloody History of the Croissant, by David Halliday


The Ecological Humanities

Thom van Dooren and Deborah Rose 
Editors’ Introduction

Elizabeth Leane and Helen Tiffin
Dogs, Meat and Douglas Mawson

Gary Steiner
Justice towards Animals Demands Veganism

Dominique Lestel
The Posture of the Human Exception

Val Plumwood
‘Babe’: The Tale of the Speaking Meat: Part I

Hollis Taylor 
Review of L’animal est l’avenir de l’homme, by Dominique Lestel

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