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Coffee Culture is more than a compilation of great perspectives regarding the cultural anthropology and political ecology of the world’s most popular drink. It is also the perfect lens through which to show students and activists alike the complexities of shifting the production and promotion of any commodity toward sustainability and food justice.—Gary Nabhan, Southwest Studies Center, University of Arizona “This book is an excellent overview of the world of coffee, and a perfect exemplar of the ideas of the Anthropology of Stuff series. Coffee Culture is ideally suited for use in courses on `stuff’—commodities in the modern globalized economy. Though designed for course use, it would be great reading just as a way of keeping up on one of the world’s favorite drinks.”—Eugene Anderson, Anthropology, University of California, Riverside “`Stuff’ matters, especially in our increasingly material world, and few commodities matter quite as much as coffee. Catherine Tucker’s Coffee Culture provides a brilliant, broad-ranging, and engaging introduction to just why this is the case. She reveals the dark side of coffee (along with some rays of hope) and its complex interconnection with everything from world history, social class, and commodification, to the Internet, sex, and fair trade.”—Gavin Fridell, Politics, Trent University
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