AMST276 Midterm Study and Discussion - How does the...

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How does the Jamestown lecture connect to the connotations used to sell quinoa from FAB Ch 13?? The depictions of the natives used to draw people to Jamestown colony were similar to depictions of natives used to sell quinoa^^ thanks!! Unofficial Quizlet (come up with your own source examples from other groups; don’t copy mine!): Whoever made and shared this thank you! <-(second this)<33333 AMST276 Midterm Review: Anyone have any other lecture notes? It’s probably good to have a portion where people in each group (developing a national cuisine, expansion, etc) can list important points about their particular items or their group’s roadmap as a whole, so that the whole class has a resource to study for the questions regarding each others’ topics. Lecture notes, FOB and AA discussions, and term definitions may also benefit everyone as well. A group question and answer portion could be valuable as well, for anyone confused or lost for details about a certain topic. Questions: Part 1 Food Across Borders Chapters 2, 4, 5, 9, 13 Chapter 2 : Afro-Latina/os Culinary Subjectivities Big Idea: Idea that our food choices communicate something who we are and reflect how we respond to our physical, socioeconomic status, and cultural milieu Notes: “Our food choices communicate something of who we are. They reflect how we respond to our physical, socioeconomic, and cultural milieu...our food choices are determined by our geography (what is available where we live?) and by economics (what can we actually afford to buy?) pg.25 Pg 26 - “Culinary subjectivities underscore how and what systems of knowledge(s) people of African background have added to the Latina/o food practices” Food choice are a part of collective sensory memories -->poly-temporality Afro-Latina/os = interconnected heritage between the groups: European, Amerindians, and Africans People of African ancestry and Latino heritage have accepted each other’s staple foods Ex: Cassava Principles of taste involved in eating : making judgments (at times moral ones), and colored by emotion/offering food to gods Food and tastes connected with experience and remembrance Pg.35→ Pg. 39 2nd paragraph “Culinary Subjectivities are lived, archived, recognized and performed viscerally.” pg 40
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**language also impacts food identities. Even tho many of the foods in Latinx culture have African roots they are largely unrecognized by Spanish language.
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