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At the First Table: Food and Social Identity in Early Modern Spain

BY JODI CAMPBELL, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AND CHAIR OF HISTORY

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS, 2017

Campbell researched household accounts and university and monastic records to provide an overview of Spanish food customs in the 16th and 17th centuries. Through food choices, early modern Spaniards reflected their social identities, which involved gender, status, age, occupation and religion. — Kristen Weaver




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At the First Table: Food and Social Identity in Early Modern Spain