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We may live in the age of the replica, but we’ve never been so preoccupied with authenticity – especially when it comes to what we eat and drink. Noa Berger (department of Sociology, EHESS) explores some of the different ways authenticity is constructed in coffee, and shows that "authentic" can mean anything - and nothing.ample description

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Noa Berger
PhD Candidate, EHESS
Fri, May 1, 2020 · 1:00 PM EDT
Noa Berger
Phd Candidate
Noa Berger is a Sociology PhD candidate at the EHESS, Paris, studying the social construction of quality in the French and Brazilian specialty coffee markets. In addition to her research, she also writes for coffee magazines (25 Magazine, Standart).
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