What is it about?
This paper examines the effect of globalization on ethnic restaurants in a college town, Bloomington, at Indiana, in the US, from a geosemiotic, social literacies perspective.
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Why is it important?
Findings from the study suggest that multiple social actors contributed to shaping cosmopolitanism and literacies in a college town.
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This page is a summary of: Cosmopolitanism in ethnic foodscapes, Linguistic Landscape An international journal, March 2019, John Benjamins, DOI: 10.1075/ll.17019.aba.
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Indiana University Food Institute (IUFI) Speaker Series 2018
This presentation is part of a speaker series organized by IUFI, Department of Geography.
Guest Column: Food leads to Cultural Awareness
This op-ed, published in guest column of the Herald Times Online, USA, is a reflection on the research work at ethnic restaurants in Bloomington, Indiana.
Literacy in a Global Society
This is an op-ed piece that calls for literacy in a global society.
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