Kinship and Food in South East Asia

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Monica Janowski, Fiona Kerlogue
NIAS Press, 2007 - History - 292 pages
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There has been a growing acceptance that food has an important role in establishing and structuring social and kin relations in Southeast Asian societies. This volume demonstrates that within all of them the feeding relationship is fundamental to the establishment and the nature of relations within generations and between generations.
  

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Fiona Kerlogue is just not very good. She's keen to take apart the work of others, but all that she produces is somehow mediocre. This book bears the marks of that. Her recent book on batik is far below the works of others. Fiona, take stock of yourself.

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About the author (2007)

Fiona Kerlogue is a Keeper at the Horniman Museum in London. She has taught and lectured extensively on textiles in Britain, Southeast Asia, and the United States.