Coolabah

Food for Afterthought


No. 5

2011

ISSN 1988-594
 

GUEST EDITOR: Martin Renes

  Martin Renes

Introduction to Food for Afterthought

1-2
  sabel Alonso-Breto  

Eating One’s Way Through History: Food and Politics in Manuka Wijesinghe’s Monsoons and Potholes.                                                

3-14
  Cathy Avila, Sue Evans & Annette Morgan

Herbal Wisdom: memory and migration

15-33
  Martina Baumer, Henriette van Rensburg

Cross-Cultural Pragmatic Failure in Computer-Mediated Communication

34-53
  Roger Bonastre

Beyond Rock. Social commitment and political conscience through Popular Music in Australia 1976 - 2002. The case of Midnight Oil

54-61
  Marta Bosch Vilarrubias

‘In love, she remains whole’: Heterosexual Love in Contemporary Arab American Poetry Written by Women

62-71
  Donna Lee Brien

Margaret Fulton: A study of a 1960s Australian food writer as an activist                                                        

72-82
 

Montserrat Camps-Gaset , Sergi Grau

Philosophy for the Body, Food for the Mind

83-101
  Janie Conway-Herron

What is Happening is Real

102-111
  Kristina L Everett

Swallowed Words: bringing up an Aboriginal past in the city

                                                        

112-118
  Lorraine Gibson

Politics, pain and pleasure: the art of art-making for ‘settled’ Aboriginal Australians                                                         

119-129
  Anne Holden Rønning

Halligan’s Love Affair with Food                                                 

130-138
  Francesc Llauradó  I Duran 

Tradition, Innovation and Fusion: how to produce enough food for the population?         

139-156
  Mark Maccallum (Reviewer)   

Suddenly Cooking, Casera Publications, Barcelona, 2010

ISBN 978-0-9807737-0-5                              

157-160
  Julieta C. Mallari 

Indigenizing the Zarzuela: Kapampangan Ethnocentric Adoption of the Foreign Genre                                                        

161-175
  Elisa Morera de la Vall

Eat, my children, eat

176-181
  Baden Offord

Village in the Jungle: The Eighth Annual Doireann MacDermott Lecture

182-194
  Bill Phillips

The Sharpest Knives in the Drawer

195-205
  Ulla Rahbek

Mythologizing Food: Marion Halligan’s non-fiction 

206-214
  María Isabel Seguro

Redeeming American democracy in Sayonara                                


215-225
  Carles Serra Pagès

Cannibalism in Montaigne, de Certeau and Derrida

                                                       

226-235
  Cynthia vanden Driesen  

Sea-change or Atrophy? The Australian Convict Inheritance

                                        

236-250
  Adele Wessell  

Dairy Chains: Consumer Foodways and Agricultural Landscapes                                               

251-260
    UPDATED: 23/03/2011