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Issue 51, November 2011 swoosh
 

Monique Rooney and Russell Smith

Editors' Introduction

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Essays

Maria Nugent

 

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

 

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Roger Hillman

 

A Transnational Gallipoli?

 

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

Lisa Milner

 

Guest Editor’s Introduction

 

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Essays

       

Colin Bannerman

 

Making Australian Food History

 

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Barbara Santich

 

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

 

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Adrian Peace

 

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

 

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Elspeth Probyn

 

Swimming with Tuna: Human-Ocean Entanglements

 

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Ferne Edwards

 

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

 

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Jemàl Nath and Desireé Prideaux

 

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

 

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Book reviews

       

Kelly Donati

 

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

 

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Bethaney A. Turner

 

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

 

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Mandy Hughes

 

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

 

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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

 

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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

 

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The Ecological Humanities

Thom van Dooren and Deborah Rose

 

Editors’ Introduction

 

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Elizabeth Leane and Helen Tiffin

 

Dogs, Meat and Douglas Mawson

 

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Gary Steiner

 

Justice towards Animals Demands Veganism

 

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Dominique Lestel

 

The Posture of the Human Exception

 

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Val Plumwood

 

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

 

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Hollis Taylor

 

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

 

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