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  • A Taste of Law and Coffee – From Tastescape to Lawscape

    Merima Bruncevic, Philip Almestrand Linné

    Chapter from the book: Pavoni, A et al. 2018. TASTE.


    This article explores various connections between law, coffee and space. The authors study norms, trends and rituals connected to coffee, and discuss coffee both as a legal phenomenon, as well as a lifestyle and a tastescape. The article charts a taste journey and proposes a multitude of connections between law, coffee and space that could be made, arriving at the lawscape of coffee. Exploring the legal territories of space and coffee, the article reveals an unexpected potential of law itself. The authors approach coffee as art/cultural heritage, as a focal point for public discussion, as a lifestyle and as an addictive taste that coffee lovers constantly chase and obsess about.

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    Bruncevic M. & Almestrand Linné P. 2018. A Taste of Law and Coffee – From Tastescape to Lawscape. In: Pavoni, A et al (eds.), TASTE. London: University of Westminster Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.16997/book21.g

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    Published on July 25, 2018