Commensality: from everyday food to feast

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Commensality : from everyday food to feast. / Kerner, Susanne (Editor); Chou, Cynthia Gek Hua (Editor); Warmind, Morten (Editor).

London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. 277 p.

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Harvard

Kerner, S, Chou, CGH & Warmind, M (eds) 2015, Commensality: from everyday food to feast. Bloomsbury Academic, London.

APA

Kerner, S., Chou, C. G. H., & Warmind, M. (Eds.) (2015). Commensality: from everyday food to feast. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Vancouver

Kerner S, (ed.), Chou CGH, (ed.), Warmind M, (ed.). Commensality: from everyday food to feast. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. 277 p.

Author

Kerner, Susanne (Editor) ; Chou, Cynthia Gek Hua (Editor) ; Warmind, Morten (Editor). / Commensality : from everyday food to feast. London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. 277 p.

Bibtex

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