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Meat! : A Transnational Analysis

Meat! : A Transnational Analysis
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SKU18711
Author
Sushmita Chatterjee, Banu Subramaniam
ISBN Number
9781478010951
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What is meat? Is it simply food to consume, or a metaphor for our own bodies? Can "bloody" vegan burgers, petri dish beef, live animals, or human milk be categorized as meat? In pursuing these questions, the contributors to Meat! trace the shifting boundaries of the meanings of meat across time, geography, and cultures. In studies of chicken, fish, milk, barbecue, fake meat, animal sacrifice, cannibalism, exotic meat, frozen meat, and other manifestations of meat, they highlight meat's entanglements with race, gender, sexuality, and disability. From the imperial politics embedded in labeling canned white tuna as "the chicken of the sea" to the relationship between beef bans, yoga, and bodily purity in Hindu nationalist politics, the contributors demonstrate how meat is an ideal vantage point from which to better understand transnational circuits of power and ideology as well as the histories of colonialism, ableism, and sexism.

Published:26 Mar 2021
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