Artificial color : modern food and racial fictions /
This book examines how modern US writers used the changing geographies, regimens, and technologies of modern food to reimagine racial classification and to question its relationship to the mutable body. By challenging a cultural ideal of purity, this literature proposes that racial whiteness is perh...
New York, NY :
Oxford University Press,
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