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Using food as the common link, the relationship between migration and attitudes towards “the Other” is examined across space and time. Often, everyday practices are key to understanding the human condition. This paper illuminates how deeply embedded Western exceptionalism is in multicultural exchanges. From Europe to the Middle East to North America, food is integral to shaping worldviews.
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