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Crafting the Culture & History of French Chocolate
Susan J. Terrio. Follows the craft community of French chocolatiers -- members of a tiny group experiencing intense international competition -- as they struggle to ensure the survival of their businesses. Tells a story that challenges conventional views of craft work & training models in late capitalism. Covers the world of craft leaders & local artisanal families in Paris & in southwest France & how they work & confront the representatives & structures of power, from tastemakers, CEOs, & ad. executives to the technocrats of Paris & Brussels. The chocolatiers affirm their collective identity & their place in the present by commemorating selectively their role in history. Will appeal to anthropologists, cultural studies scholars & others with an interest in chocolate. Illustrated.
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