Women’s Identities and Food Practices: Practices of Settlement and Resistance in Immigrant Toronto

Abstract:

This study aims to examine how food mediates settlement experiences of immigrant and refugee women and the changes in their roles, responsibilities and identities in Toronto, Ontario. It explores the gendered dimensions of food provision, as an expression of identity and cultural transmission.

Citation:

Iara Lessa and Cecilia Rocha“Women’s Identities and Food Practices: Practices of Settlement and Resistance in Immigrant Toronto” Food for Talk Seminar Series, Ryerson University. Toronto, ON: Ryerson University, Oct. 2007.

Link:

Women’s Identities and Food Practices: Practices of Settlement and Resistance in Immigrant Toronto