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About the article
David Michael Bell
David Michael Bell is an Associate Professor of Linguistics at Ohio University. His research focus is on Semantics and Pragmatics, and Language, Culture and Food. Linguistics Department, Ohio University, 369 Gordy Hall, Ohio University, Athens OH 45701, USA. Email: email@example.com
Theresa Moran is the Director of the Food Studies at Ohio University and the university’s Sustainable Living Hub Coordinator. As well as the discourse of wine writing, her research interests focus on concepts of taste in antebellum American travel writing and the personal and political implications of food choices. College of Arts and Sciences, Director of Food Studies, 359 Ellis Hall, Ohio University, Athens OH 45701, USA. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Published Online: 2019-11-19
Published in Print: 2020-02-25