Announcement from the Journal of American Folklore
Dear List Members,
The Journal of American Folklore has recently published an article that may be of interest to members of the H-Canada discussion list:
Everett, Holly. "Vernacular Health Moralities and Culinary Tourism in Newfoundland and Labrador." 122.483 (Winter 2009): 28-52.
This article addresses class-based moral judgments as a crucial aspect of both informal and consciously constructed kinds of culinary tourism in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Interview and survey data, as well as Internet travelogues, further reveal the development and negotiation of vernacular health moralities that influence the ways in which certain foods are culturally constructed to convey status.
The article is available through the print journal, and also in full text at Project Muse:
The Journal of American Folklore is the journal of the American Folklore Society. Information about JAF can be found at: http://www.afsnet.org/publications/jaf.cfm.
With best regards,
Journal of American Folklore
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