I won’t be home for dinner
Camila Joaqui L, Mª Isabel Torres Siller, Andrés Ramírez Ruiz

Throughout history, cooking and domestic life have systematically been considered an extension of femininity. What is the origin of this powerful connection between the home and women? What are the implications of such an ingrained and seemingly "natural" association? I won't be home for dinner is a study on women's liberation in the kitchen.

The book analyzes the topic through space as a social map and appliances as time-saving tools, as well as the role of convenient foods in the process, aiming to provide a broad perspective and question gender roles and expectations.

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Otabind + dust jacket
1st edition - 2023