チョコレート、女性と大英帝国<br>Chocolate, Women and Empire : A Social and Cultural History (Studies in Imperialism)

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チョコレート、女性と大英帝国
Chocolate, Women and Empire : A Social and Cultural History (Studies in Imperialism)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 249 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780719077777
  • DDC分類 338.1737408209171241

基本説明

Using a varied range of sources, and drawing on the author's own relationship to the industry, this book reconnects the people and places at different stages of chocolate production.

Full Description


From Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to Chocolat, from romantic gift to guilty indulgence, chocolate has a special place in Western popular culture. But what are the hidden histories behind this luxurious commodity? This book examines chocolate production from cocoa bean to chocolate box, illuminating the dynamics of gender, race and empire which have structured the cocoa chain.Using a varied range of sources, and drawing on the author's own relationship to the industry, this book reconnects the people and places at different stages of chocolate production. Emma Robertson stresses the need to recognise the complex histories of empire and labour which have made such pleasurable consumption possible. Chocolate, women and empire offers exciting new insights into the lives of women workers in a global industry. It will be invaluable to historians of British imperialism as well as to students of Women's and Gender Studies, Cultural Studies and Business Studies. -- .

Contents

List of figuresAcknowledgementsAbbreviationsIntroduction1 'A deep physical reason': gender, race and the nation in chocolate consumption 2 'The Romance of the Cocoa Bean': imperial and colonial histories 3 'There is no operation involved with cocoa that I didn't do': women's experiences of cocoa farming 4 Minstrels, missionaries and the Minster: race, imperialism and the historic city 5 'I think I was the only Chinese girl working there': race and gender in the chocolate factoryConclusionBibliographyIndex -- .