Sens et enjeux d'un interdit alimentaire dans le judaïsme : L'exemple de couples juifs ashkénazes à Londres

Abstract : This article is based upon research on Ashkenazi Jewish families living in London. It deals with the way that the prohibition of eating meat and dairy foods together in Judaïsm, is materialised through the use of kitchen utensils on a day to day basis. Material consequences of this dietary law allow us to understand the importance of religion in the Jewish home and in everyday life. Consequences which lead to the linking of material uses and their symbolic significance by suggesting an anthropological interpretation of this dietary law in accordance with Biblical writings.
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Laurence Faure. Sens et enjeux d'un interdit alimentaire dans le judaïsme : L'exemple de couples juifs ashkénazes à Londres. Anthropology of Food, Anthropology of Food, 2010, Migrations, pratiques alimentaires et rapports sociaux, pp.1-14. ⟨https://journals.openedition.org/aof/6548⟩. ⟨halshs-00977480⟩

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