Food WorldsCriticism.11 pages. <i>The Smell Culture Reader</i> (ed. Jim Drobnick), p.41-52.Courtesy of <a href="" target="_blank">Bloomsbury Academic Press</a>.</p>ScholarMartin Manalansan, "Immigrant lives and the politics of Olfaction in the global city," "smelly immigrant", food worlds, food culture, smell culture reader, migrants, immigrant cooking, smells, aromas, assimilation, corporeal practices, Asian Americans, Asian Americans in New York City, Queens, Filipinos, Vietnamese, Koreans, dogeaters, olfaction and public space, smell and intimacyMartin F. Manalansan IVCitizenship and belongingCrossing bordersFood waysCitizenship and belongingCrossing bordersQueering the Chain of Care ParadigmTuesday, March 14, 2006<div data-configid="7853416/7098205" style="width: 600px; height: 776px;" class="issuuembed"></div><script type="text/javascript" src="//" async="true"></script>00