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Many societies have traditionally considered cooking nourishing food for the family to be a natural occupation of women. This article outlines the findings of a small-scale, interpretive study focusing on older Canadian women's participation in planning, preparing, serving, and sharing food for...
Historical patterns of land use and subsistence in circumpolar communities often coexist in complex and novel ways with rapidly emerging wage labor markets and global political economic forces. The integration of traditional environmental knowledge and practice into contemporary contexts, as...
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