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Celebration : proceedings of the Oxford Symposium of Food and Cookery 2011, edited by Mark McWilliams

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Celebration : proceedings of the Oxford Symposium of Food and Cookery 2011
Title
Celebration
Title remainder
proceedings of the Oxford Symposium of Food and Cookery 2011
Statement of responsibility
edited by Mark McWilliams
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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2011
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Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • McWilliams, Mark
  • Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery.
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  • Food habits
  • Fasts and feasts
  • Food habits
  • Fasts and feasts
  • Holiday cooking
Label
Celebration : proceedings of the Oxford Symposium of Food and Cookery 2011, edited by Mark McWilliams
Instantiates
Publication
Note
2011 issue of: Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Kate Hawkings
  • It Was Divine ... Gods and their Food in the Ancient Greek World
  • Kim Beerden
  • Sukkot: The Paradigmatic Harvest Festival
  • Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus
  • Chi vuol godere la festa, digiuni la vigilia: On the Relationship between Fasting and Feasting
  • Anthony F. Buccini
  • A History of the Wassail Bowl: From Pagan Brew to Christian Custard
  • Joanna Crosby
  • Celebrating Hellenism far from Hellas: Feasts and Festivals of Ptolemy II of Egypt
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Andrew Dalby
  • The ̀Floating Feasts' of Ancient Rome
  • John F. Donahue
  • The Great Aussie Barbecue
  • Len Fisher
  • Celebrating Christmas and New Year with Punch
  • Elizabeth Gabay
  • Long Life to You! Drinking and Celebrating in Ancient Rome in the Festival of Anna Perenna
  • Christopher Grocock
  • Celebrating with Altamiras: The Spirit of Fiesta Food
  • The Celebratory and the Everyday: Guinea Pigs, Hamburgers and the Performance of Food Heritage in Highland Ecuador
  • Vicky Hayward
  • Buttering Up the Sun: Russian Maslenitsa from Pagan Practice to Contemporary Celebration
  • Sharon Hudgins
  • Celebrating with Sweets in Ottoman Turkey
  • Priscilla Mary Isin
  • Royal Pomp: Viceregal Celebrations and Hospitality in Georgian Dublin
  • Tara Kellaghan
  • The Unavoidable Ham Biscuit
  • Mark McWilliams
  • North and South: Two Banquets Given to Promote the Great 1851 Exhibition
  • Emma-Jayne Abbots
  • Valerie Mars
  • Dining with the Drapers: The Drapers' Company 1564 Election Day Feast as a Map of Elizabethan London
  • Sarah Ann Milne
  • Feast for a King: The Wine and Food Society's Careme Banquet at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton
  • Joan Navarre
  • Keeping Kosher: Cause for Celebration?
  • Felicity Newman
  • The Midwinter Celebration in Antarctica: Feeding Body and Soul
  • Diana Noyce
  • The Bull's Head Breakfast in Old Los Angeles
  • Celebrating Solitude: M.F. K. Fisher on Dining Alone
  • Charles Perry
  • Underground Restaurants - A New Way to Celebrate with Strangers
  • Sabine Cikic
  • On Mfiiumbu, Nkasa, and Whisky: A Wedding Celebration in Kimbonga-Louamba (Congo-Brazzaville)
  • Birgit Ricquier
  • Tableware and Taste: Ceramic Production and the Presentation of Banquet Food
  • Gillian Riley
  • Porrablot - Icelandic Feasting
  • Michael R. Leaman
  • Celebrating Life in Multicultural Rotterdam: A Visual Approach
  • Robert Appelbaum
  • Linda Roodenburg
  • M.F.K. Fisher, W. H. Auden, and Thanksgiving for a Habitat
  • Seth Rosenbaum
  • Cake: The Centrepiece of Celebrations
  • Marietta Rusinek
  • Celebrating Purim and Passover: Food and Memory in the Creation of Jewish Identity
  • Susan Weingarten
  • Prints Charming: Nineteenth-Century New York Cake Boards and New Year's Cake
  • Kimberly Sorensen
  • The Festive Fruit: A History of Figs
  • Celebration and Japanese Food
  • David C. Sutton
  • Be Merry, Around a Wheat Berry! The Significance of Wheat in Anatolian Rituals and Celebrations
  • Aylin Oney Tan
  • The Rise of Taste and the Rhetoric of Celebration
  • Viktoria von Hoffmann
  • Celebrations and the Torrid Pleasures of an Ice-Cream and Sorbet Tree in Rome in August 1714
  • Robin Weir
  • Kimiko Barber
  • Transylvanian Lambs and Easter Tables: Celebrations in Danger of Extinction
Control code
ocn777603183
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
384 p.
Isbn
9781903018897
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012551385
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)777603183
Label
Celebration : proceedings of the Oxford Symposium of Food and Cookery 2011, edited by Mark McWilliams
Publication
Note
2011 issue of: Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Kate Hawkings
  • It Was Divine ... Gods and their Food in the Ancient Greek World
  • Kim Beerden
  • Sukkot: The Paradigmatic Harvest Festival
  • Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus
  • Chi vuol godere la festa, digiuni la vigilia: On the Relationship between Fasting and Feasting
  • Anthony F. Buccini
  • A History of the Wassail Bowl: From Pagan Brew to Christian Custard
  • Joanna Crosby
  • Celebrating Hellenism far from Hellas: Feasts and Festivals of Ptolemy II of Egypt
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Andrew Dalby
  • The ̀Floating Feasts' of Ancient Rome
  • John F. Donahue
  • The Great Aussie Barbecue
  • Len Fisher
  • Celebrating Christmas and New Year with Punch
  • Elizabeth Gabay
  • Long Life to You! Drinking and Celebrating in Ancient Rome in the Festival of Anna Perenna
  • Christopher Grocock
  • Celebrating with Altamiras: The Spirit of Fiesta Food
  • The Celebratory and the Everyday: Guinea Pigs, Hamburgers and the Performance of Food Heritage in Highland Ecuador
  • Vicky Hayward
  • Buttering Up the Sun: Russian Maslenitsa from Pagan Practice to Contemporary Celebration
  • Sharon Hudgins
  • Celebrating with Sweets in Ottoman Turkey
  • Priscilla Mary Isin
  • Royal Pomp: Viceregal Celebrations and Hospitality in Georgian Dublin
  • Tara Kellaghan
  • The Unavoidable Ham Biscuit
  • Mark McWilliams
  • North and South: Two Banquets Given to Promote the Great 1851 Exhibition
  • Emma-Jayne Abbots
  • Valerie Mars
  • Dining with the Drapers: The Drapers' Company 1564 Election Day Feast as a Map of Elizabethan London
  • Sarah Ann Milne
  • Feast for a King: The Wine and Food Society's Careme Banquet at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton
  • Joan Navarre
  • Keeping Kosher: Cause for Celebration?
  • Felicity Newman
  • The Midwinter Celebration in Antarctica: Feeding Body and Soul
  • Diana Noyce
  • The Bull's Head Breakfast in Old Los Angeles
  • Celebrating Solitude: M.F. K. Fisher on Dining Alone
  • Charles Perry
  • Underground Restaurants - A New Way to Celebrate with Strangers
  • Sabine Cikic
  • On Mfiiumbu, Nkasa, and Whisky: A Wedding Celebration in Kimbonga-Louamba (Congo-Brazzaville)
  • Birgit Ricquier
  • Tableware and Taste: Ceramic Production and the Presentation of Banquet Food
  • Gillian Riley
  • Porrablot - Icelandic Feasting
  • Michael R. Leaman
  • Celebrating Life in Multicultural Rotterdam: A Visual Approach
  • Robert Appelbaum
  • Linda Roodenburg
  • M.F.K. Fisher, W. H. Auden, and Thanksgiving for a Habitat
  • Seth Rosenbaum
  • Cake: The Centrepiece of Celebrations
  • Marietta Rusinek
  • Celebrating Purim and Passover: Food and Memory in the Creation of Jewish Identity
  • Susan Weingarten
  • Prints Charming: Nineteenth-Century New York Cake Boards and New Year's Cake
  • Kimberly Sorensen
  • The Festive Fruit: A History of Figs
  • Celebration and Japanese Food
  • David C. Sutton
  • Be Merry, Around a Wheat Berry! The Significance of Wheat in Anatolian Rituals and Celebrations
  • Aylin Oney Tan
  • The Rise of Taste and the Rhetoric of Celebration
  • Viktoria von Hoffmann
  • Celebrations and the Torrid Pleasures of an Ice-Cream and Sorbet Tree in Rome in August 1714
  • Robin Weir
  • Kimiko Barber
  • Transylvanian Lambs and Easter Tables: Celebrations in Danger of Extinction
Control code
ocn777603183
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
384 p.
Isbn
9781903018897
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012551385
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)777603183

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