1996 年 1996 巻 9 号 p. 47-58
While calier ethnic studies have tended to take the Nation-State scheme of analysis as granted, cultural hybridization have been taking place without or crossing the framework. This article which is based upon participant observation and literature studies of Peruvian culture presents a case study of cultural hybridazation focusing upon Chinese cuisine in Peru. The aim of describing Peruvian-Chinese cuisine, not Chinese-Peruvian, as a main theme is to avoid ethnic categorization based on the Nation-State framework. Therefore, this study attcmps to make figuration of the hybridazation of Chinese cuisine in the Peruvian historical and social context.