“American Artisanal” situates artisan cheese and the people who make it in American agricultural and symbolic landscapes. I suggest that artisan cheesemaking signals a new chapter in dominant conceptualizations of rural America, embodying a post-pastoral attitude that seeks collaboration with the organic agencies of “nature.”
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