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Insatiable appetite: food as cultural signifier in the Middle East and beyond

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Insatiable appetite : food as cultural signifier in the Middle East and beyond. / Dmitriev, Kirill (Editor); Hauser, Julia (Editor); Orfali, Bilal (Editor).

Brill, 2019. (Islamic history and civilization; Vol. 163).

Research output: Book/ReportAnthology

Harvard

Dmitriev, K, Hauser, J & Orfali, B (eds) 2019, Insatiable appetite: food as cultural signifier in the Middle East and beyond. Islamic history and civilization, vol. 163, Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004409552

APA

Dmitriev, K., Hauser, J., & Orfali, B. (Eds.) (2019). Insatiable appetite: food as cultural signifier in the Middle East and beyond. (Islamic history and civilization; Vol. 163). Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004409552

Vancouver

Dmitriev K, (ed.), Hauser J, (ed.), Orfali B, (ed.). Insatiable appetite: food as cultural signifier in the Middle East and beyond. Brill, 2019. (Islamic history and civilization). https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004409552

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Dmitriev, Kirill (Editor) ; Hauser, Julia (Editor) ; Orfali, Bilal (Editor). / Insatiable appetite : food as cultural signifier in the Middle East and beyond. Brill, 2019. (Islamic history and civilization).

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