Australia's culinary 'coming out'

Robinson, Richard (2013). Australia's culinary 'coming out'. In Donald Sloan (Ed.), Food and Drink: The Cultural Context (pp. 220-227) Oxford, UK: Goodfellow Publishers.

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Author Robinson, Richard
Title of chapter Australia's culinary 'coming out'
Title of book Food and Drink: The Cultural Context
Place of Publication Oxford, UK
Publisher Goodfellow Publishers
Publication Year 2013
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
Series Oxford Gastronomica
ISBN 9781908999030
Editor Donald Sloan
Start page 220
End page 227
Total pages 8
Collection year 2014
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Once perceived as a colonial backwater shaped by convicts, bushmen, laconic working class, and ANZACs, Australia has now asserted itself as a nation with strong and admired cultural attributes; home to world-class cities, globally recognised personalities, citizens of growing sophistication and a range of admired cultural institutions. One intriguing observation is that this accumulation of cultural capital has been mobilised by Australia’s emerging reputation in the realms of food and drink. Is Australia’s cultural ‘coming out’ indebted to its contemporary food and beverage professionals?
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Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes Author's prepress title: "Australia's cultural 'coming out' with food and drink".

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