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Creating a common table Dona Petrona cooking and consumption in Argentina 1928 1983 by Rebekah E. Pite

Creating a common table Dona Petrona cooking and consumption in Argentina 1928 1983

Description : This dissertation is a social history of twentieth-century Argentina that focuses on a cultural phenomenon deeply embedded in daily life-the preparation and consumption of food. Through a variety of sources including cookbooks, oral histories, letters, newspaper articles, nutrition surveys, and government documents, it explores the domestic experiences of Argentines in relation to their most famous cooking expert, Dona Petrona C. de Gandulfo. Dona Petrona rose to national prominence through her live cooking demonstrations, magazine column, radio program, television show, and best selling cookbook. She maintained her predominance as Argentina's leading domestic expert over her long career (from 1928 to 1983) because she was able to remake herself in step with changes in gender roles and the nation's political economy. For this reason, analyzing Dona Petrona's career opens up our understanding of the gendered relationship between everyday life and economic and political dynamics.

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Authors : Rebekah E. Pite

Published Date : 2007

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ISBN : UOM:39015069108606

Page : 378 Pages

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