Emma-Jayne Abbots



MAD Monday on Migration: Emma-Jayne Abbots

At MAD Monday: Migration, Emma-Jayne Abbots, anthropologist at University of Wales Trinity Saint David, addresses her research investigating the double role food can play in breaking down barriers between groups and its dangers of essentializing immigrant cuisine.

 

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