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Sukhmani Khorana is Senior Lecturer in Cultural Studies at the University of Wollongong. She is the editor of a Routledge anthology titled, Crossover Cinema (2013). Sukhmani has published extensively on diasporic cultures, multi-platform refugee narratives, and the politics of empathy. She holds a current ARC Linkage grant (with the Museum of Victoria and The Australian Centre for the Moving Image) examining the role of television in the experience of migration to Australia.
Introduction: Food Cosmopolitanism and Contemporary Urban Australia/ Part I: The Local/ 1. South Asian Grocery Stores in a Sydney Suburb: Conviviality in Transit/ 2. ‘The Welcome Dinner Project’ and ‘Eat Street’ Markets: Local Efforts to Mingle Over Food/ Part II: The Global/ 3. Masterchef: Selling a Cosmopolitan Australia/ 4.Australians in Hanoi: When Street Food Tours are Safely Exotic/ Part III: The Glocal/ 5.Food Safari: Does Maeve O’Maera replace the Aussie male adventurer?/ 6. Tales from ‘Foodie’ Creative Migrants Interviews/ Conclusion: Ethical and Reflexive Food Practices/ Index