Food, Drink and Identity in Europe

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CONTENTS
Authors in this volume9
THOMAS M. WILSON
Food, Drink and Identity in Europe: Consumption and the Construction of Local, National and Cosmopolitan Culture11
MENNO SPIERING
Food, Phagophobia and English National Identity31
JOEP LEERSSEN
From Whiskey to Famine: Food and Intercultural Encounters in Irish History49
MICHAEL WINTLE
Diet and Modernization in The Netherlands During the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries63
GARY ARMSTRONG AND HANS HOGNESTAD
Hitting the Bar: Alcohol, Football Identities and Global Flows in Norway85
F. XAVIER MEDINA
'Social Wine': Ethnic Identity and Wine Consumption in the Basque Diaspora in Barcelona (Spain)111
WENDY L.H. LEYNSE
Journeys Through 'Ingestible Topography': Socializing the 'Situated Eater' in France129
KAREN MONTAGNE
The Quest for Quality: Food and the Notion of 'Trust' in the Gers Area in France159
ERICK CASTELLANOSAND SARA M. BERGSTRESSER
Food Fights at the EU Table: The Gastronomic Assertion of Italian Distinctiveness179
STACIA E. ZABUSKY
Food, National Identity, and Emergent Europeanness at the European Space Agency203

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