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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Inflecting The Gender: The Subsumption Of The Female On The Modern Discourse About Culinary Labor [flexionando O Gênero: A Subsunção Do Feminino No Discurso Moderno Sobre O Trabalho Culinário]|
|Abstract:||The article seeks to identify any kind of traces (written, gestural) that point to the specificity of a gastronomic female sensitivity, as opposed to a male standard for culinary activities. Analyzes the loss of control over culinary by women, in the phase of modern urbanization and industrialization, as it signals the work of Auguste Escoffier. Suggests, finally, the adoption of a culinary ethnography of gestures, similar to what Marcel Mauss proposes in his essay "The techniques of the body" to retrieve the cultural relevance of females in the culinary.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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