Journals Higher Education



Published: 29 March 2007

384 Pages | 40 halftones

6-1/4 x 9-3/8 inches

ISBN: 9780199209019

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Why Humans Share Food

Martin Jones

  • The story of how humans came to eat together - and why this is strange behaviour
  • Illuminates both the social and the ecological impact of our tendency to share meals
  • Makes use of the latest archaeological evidence and techniques
  • Looks at how we have shared meals throughout the ages - from pre-history to the drive-through diner