Meant To Be Eaten
Azri Amram on the Jewish-Palestinian conflict, and food tourism as a bridge
This episode of Meant to be Eaten was produced in collaboration with Gastronomica Journal.
Melissa Fuster, from Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, is in for Coral Lee.
A conversation with Azri Amram.
Can food serve as a tool to build bridges in times of conflict? Azri Amram takes us to the Palestinian town on Kafr Qasim, the site of a massacre in 1956, which today serves as the site for food tours,
motivating dialogue between Palestinians and Israeli-Jewish “food tourists”. Azri Amram is completing his doctorate degree in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at The Ben-Gurion of the Negev in Israel, examining Jewish-Palestinian relationships in food spaces.
Photo Courtesy of Azri Amram.
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