Publicación del libro: "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner"

Publicado el 1/10/11


Prologue. Ferran Adrià

1. Appetite Comes With Eating: An Overview of the Social Meaningof Ritual Food and Drink Consumption Gonzalo Aranda Jiménez, Sandra Montón-Subías, Margarita Sánchez Romero and Eva Alarcón García

2. Commensality Rituals: Feeding Identities in Prehistory. Margarita Sánchez Romero

3. Feasting and Social Dynamics in the Epipaleolithic of the Fertile Crescent: An Interpretive Exercise. Brian Hayden

4. Evolving Human/Animal Interactions in the Near Eastern Neolithic: Feasting as a Case Study. Nigel Goring-Morris and Anna Belfer-Cohen

5. Feeding Stonehenge: Feasting in Late Neolithic Britain. Mike Parker Pearson, Joshua Pollard, Colin Richards, Julian Thomas,Kate Welham, Umberto Albarella, Ben Chan, Peter Marshall and Sarah Viner

6. Political Cuisine: Rituals of Commensalityin the Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean. Paul Halstead and Valasia Isaakidou

7. Drinking and Eating Together: the Social and Symbolic Context of Commensality Rituals in the Bell Beakers of the Interior of Iberia (2500–2000 cal BC). Rafael Garrido-Pena, Manuel A. Rojo-Guerra, Iñigo García-Martínez de Lagránand Cristina Tejedor-Rodríguez

8. Feasting Death: Funerary Rituals in the Bronze Age Societies of South-Eastern Iberia. Gonzalo Aranda Jiménez and Sandra Montón Subias

9. Feasting Metals and the Ideology of Power in the Late Bronze Ageof Atlantic Iberia. Xosé-Lois Armada

10. Representing Communities in Heterogeneous Worlds: Staple Foodsand Ritual Practices in the Phoenician Diaspora. Ana Delgado and Meritxell Ferrer

11. Consumption Relations in the Northern Iberian Household. Ramon Buxó and Jordi Principal

12. The Archaeological Identification of Feasts and Banquets: Theoretical Notes and the Case of Mas Castellar. Lluís Garcia and Enriqueta Pons

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