Gastronationalism and the politics of demarcation in Western Europe. Reassessing Motives, Actors and Territorial Scales in the Politics of Food

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Benoit Vaillot, « Gastronationalism and the politics of demarcation in Western Europe. Reassessing Motives, Actors and Territorial Scales in the Politics of Food », Nationalism Working Group, ID : 10670/1.g5u2wm


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Herman Lelieveldt (SPS Visiting Fellow) 23 May 2017, 16:00-18:00, Sala del Capitolo, Badia Fiesolana In an age in which political debates increasingly revolve around cultural issues the importance of food as a means to underline and emphasize national identities can hardly be overstated. European wide surveys show that almost three quarters of citizens want to know from which country a product has been sourced, national politicians increasingly proposing country of origin legislation for vari...

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