Research Thesis Topic
Food and Culture: Consuming Migrant Culture
Australian food is a blend of culinary traditions enriched by waves of successive migrant groups from different parts of the world. For migrants food traditions are a link to country of origin, home and family, and for ‘local communities, food may superficially become a means for cultural understanding and acceptance. This project explores the role of food in the resilience of migrant groups in regional Australia, both as a means of maintaining cultural practice and identity, and as an agent of acceptance and assimilation.
- Institute for Resilient Regions
- School of Humanities & Communication
- Cultural Studies
- Historical Studies
- Doctor of Philosophy (DPHD)
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