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Meat and Societies: Ordinary and extraordinary diet

Edited by Anne-Marie BRISEBARRE, Anne-Élène DELAVIGNE, Bernadette LIZET,

This issue of Anthropozoologica takes place in a context of questions and controversies about the role of animals in the human diet. It brings together thirteen of the twenty two contributions submitted by archaeologists, and historians anthropologists during a two-day workshop organized by the Association HASRI with the support of the CIV, intitled Meat and societies: Ordinary and extraordinary diet held at the French National Museum of Natural History, November 27th and 28th November 2008. It illustrates the diversity of meat eating practices and their representations in various historic, social and cultural contexts.

BRISEBARRE A.-M., DELAVIGNE A.-É. & LIZET B. (eds) 2010. — Meat and Societies: Ordinary and extraordinary diet/Viandes et sociétés : les consommations ordinaires et extraordinaires. Anthropozoologica, vol. 45 (1), arts 1-13.

2010

fr Ras al-cām et Achoura : deux fêtes carnées en Tunisie dans leur rapport aux rituels

Hamida TRABELSI-BACHA

47-58, Published on 25 June 2010, art. 45 (3) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Meat and Societies: Ordinary and extraordinary diet edited by Anne-Marie BRISEBARRE et al.

en The llama and the deer: dietary and symbolic dualism in the central Andes

Nicolas GOEPFERT

25-45, Published on 25 June 2010, art. 45 (2) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Meat and Societies: Ordinary and extraordinary diet edited by Anne-Marie BRISEBARRE et al.

fr Usages ordinaires et rituels de la viande dans le bassin de l'Iénisseï : l'exemple du renne et du mouton

Vladimir I. D'IATCHENKO & Francine DAVID

11-23, Published on 25 June 2010, art. 45 (1) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Meat and Societies: Ordinary and extraordinary diet edited by Anne-Marie BRISEBARRE et al.


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