BIBLIOGRAPHY

FOOD AND CULTURE

 

 


                                   

Ackerman, Diane.  1990.   A Natural History of the Senses.   (see esp. chapter on taste)

 

Adams, Carol J.  1990.  The Sexual Politics of Meat.  Continuum.

 

            Ammer, Christine.  1995.   Fruitcakes and Couch Potatoes.  Penguin.

 

            Archer D (producer). 2000. A World of Food: Tastes and Taboos in Different Cultures.   Video distributed by University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning. [foodways; overview]

 

            Archetti, Eduardo P. and Valentina Napolitano.  1997.   Guinea Pigs: Food, Symbol, and Conflicts of Knowledge in Ecuador.

 

            Arens, William.  1979.  The Man Eating Myth.

 

            Arnott, M.L., (ed.) 1975.  Gastronomy: The Anthropology of Food and Food Habits.  The Hague: Mouton.

 

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            Barer-Stein, Thelma.  1999.  You Eat What You Are:  People, Culture and Food Traditions.   Firely Press.  (544 pp)  [this book has outdated information]

 

            Beardsworth, Alan and Teresa Keil.  1997.  Sociology on the Menu:  An Invitation to the Study of Food and Society.

 

            Belasco, Warren J.  2006 (Second Edition).  Appetite for Change:  How the Counterculture Took on the Food Industry. 

 

            Belasco, Warren J.  2006.   Meals to Come: A History of the Future of Food. 

 

            Bell, David and Gill Valentine.  1997.  Consuming Geographies: We Are Where We Eat.

 

            Bordo, Susan  1993.  Unbearable Weight.  University of California Press.

 

            Bottero, Jean  2004.  The Oldest Cuisine in the World:  Cooking in Mesopotamia.  Univ. of Chicago Press

 

            Brenner, Leslie 1999.  American Appetite:  The Coming of Age of a National Cuisine.  Perennial.

Bronner S. 1983. The paradox of pride and loathing and other problems. In  Foodways and Eating Habit s. M Jones (editor).

Brown, Linda Keller & Kay Mussell.  1987.  Ethnic and Regional Foodways in

the United States: The Performance of Group Identity.  The University of Tennessee Press.

 

            Brumberg, Joan Jacobs  1988.  Fasting Girls.  Harvard University Press.

 

Bryant, Carol, Courtney, Anita, Markesbery, Barbara & Kathleen DeWalt, eds.,  1985.  The Cultural Feast: An Introduction to Food and  Society.

 

            Bynum, Caroline  1987.  Holy Feast and Holy Fast: The Religious Significance o Food to Medieval women.  University of California Pres.

 

            Caplan, Patricia (ed.).  1997.  Food, Health, and Identity. 

 

            Civitello, Linda  2003.  Cuisine and Culture: A History of Food & People.   John Wiley & Sons

 

            Coe, Sophie D.   1994.  America's First Cuisines.   U. of Texas Press.

 

            Coe, Sophie and Michael Coe.  1996.  The True History of Chocolate.

 

            Cohen, Mark.  1977.  Food in Prehistory.

 

            Cole, John N.   1979.  Amaranth:  From the Past For the Future.  Rodale Press.

 

            Corbin, Alain   1986.  The Foul and the Fragrant.   Harvard Univ. Press  (focuses on smell rather than on food, but has much of relevance)

 

Conlin, Joseph R.  1986.  Bacon, Beans and Galantines: Food and Foodways

on the Western Mining Frontier.

 

            Counihan, Carole M.   1999.  The Anthropology of Food and Body:   Gender, Meaning, and Power. 

 

            Counihan, Carole M. and Steven L. Kaplan.  1998.  Food and Gender:  Identity

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*Counihan, Carole & Penny Van Esterik, eds.,   1998.   Food & Culture: A Reader.

 

            De Garine, Igor.  (ed.) In press.  Drinking:  Anthropological Approaches.

 

            Détienne, Marcel and Jean-Pierre Vernant.  1989.  The Cuisine of Sacrifice Among the Greeks.

 

            DeVault, Marjorie  1991.  Feeding the Family:  The Social Organization of Caring

as Gendered Work.  Chicago:  Chicago University Press.

 

*Douglas, Mary.  1966.  Purity and Danger: An Analysis of Concepts of Pollution

and Taboo.   London:  Routledge and Kegan Paul.

 

            Dietler, Michael and Brian Hayden (eds.)  2001.  Feasts:  Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Food, Politics, and Power.   Smithsonian Institution Press.

 

*Douglas, Mary   1975  Deciphering a meal.  In  Implicit Meanings,  Mary Douglas

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            Douglas, Mary ed. 1984.   Food in the Social Order: Studies of Food and Festivities

in Three American  Communities.

 

*Farb, P. and Armelagos.  1980.   Consuming Passions: The Anthropology of Eating.

 

            Firth, Raymond.  1934.  The sociological study of native diet.  In Africa 7(4)401-414.

 

            Fischer, Barbara (ed.)  1999.   Foodculture:  Tasting Identities and Geographies in Art.  

 

*Foster, Nelson and Linds S. Cordell.   1992.  Chilies to Chocolate:  Food the Americas Gave the World.   U. of Arizona Press.

 

            Fussell, Betty Harper.  1992.  The Story of Corn.   North Point Press.

 

Garbaccia, Donna.  1998.   We Are What We Eat: Ethnic Food and the Making of Americans.

           

            González, Roberto J.   2001.  Zapotec Science:  Farming and Food in the Northern Sierra of Oaxaca.  University of Texas Press.

 

Goody, Jack.  1983.    Cooking, Cuisine and Class: A Study in Comparative

Sociology.

 

            Goody, Jack.  1998.    Food and Love: A Cultural History of East and West.

 

            Grew, Raymond.   1999.   Food in Global History.

 

            Harbottle, Lynn.  2000.  Food For Health, Food For Wealth:  Ethnic and Gender Identities in British Iranian Communities.

 

            Haverkort, Bertis amd Wim Hiemstra  2000.  Food for Thought : Ancient Visions and New Experiments of Rural People.

 

Harris, Marvin.   1985.    Good to Eat: Riddles of Food and Culture.

 

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            Hess, John L. & Karen Hess.   1989.    The Taste of America.

 

            Higman, B.W.  2008.  Jamaican Food.   The University of West Indies Press (600 pp.   978-976-640-205-1)

 

            Jerome, Norge.   1980.  Nutritional Anthropology:  Contemporary Approaches to Diet and Culture.

 

            Jones, Charlotte Foltz and John O'Brien.  1999.  Eat Your Words: A Fascinating Look at the Language of Food

 

Jones, Evan.  1975.   American Food: The Gastronomic Story.

 

            Kahn, Miriam  1986.  Always Hungry, Never Greedy:  Food and the Expression of Gender in a Melanesian Society.  Cambridge University Press.

 

            Khare, R.S. and M.S.A. Rao.  1986.  Food, Society and Culture:  Aspects of South Asian Food Systems.

 

            Kittler, Pamela F. & Kathryn Sucher.  2001  (3rd Ed.)   Food and Culture in America.

 

            Kuper, Jessica (ed.). 1977, 1999.   The Anthropologist's Cookbook. 

 

            Lappé, Frances Moore and Joseph Collins.  1986.  World Hunger:  Twelve Myths.

 

            Lee, Richard B.  1979.  The !Kung San:  Men, Women and Work in a Foraging Society.  

 

            Lein, Marianne E and Brigitte Nerlich.  2004.   The Politics of Food.  Berg.

 

            Lentz, Carola   1998.  Changing Food Habits: Case Studies from Africa, South America, and Europe.  ISBN 90-5702-564-7 (Food in History and Culture, Vol. 2)  Harwood Academic.

 

            Levenstein, Harvey A.  1988.   Revolution at the Table: The Transformation of the

American Diet. (historical survey)

 

Levenstein, Harvey A.   1993.   Paradox of Plenty: Social History of Eating in Modern America.  (historical survey)

 

Levi-Strauss, Claude.  1964.     The Raw and The Cooked.  (see his essay in Counihan and Van Esterik eds.).

 

            Levi-Strauss, Claude.  1978.   The Origin of Table Manners.

 

Lupton, Deborah. 1994.    "Food, memory and meaning: The symbolic and social nature of

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            Macbeth, Helen (ed.) 1997.   Food Preferences and Taste: Continuity and Change.  

 

MacClancy, Jeremy.  1993.  Consuming Culture.  New York:  Henry Holt and Co.

 

            Manderson, Lenore (ed). 1986.  Shared Wealth and Symbol:  Food, Culture and Society in Oceania and Southeast Asia.

 

            McIntosh, Elaine N.   1995.   American Food Habits in Historical Perspective.

 

            Meigs, Anna  1984.  Food, Sex, and Pollution.  Rutgers University Press.

 

            Mennell, Stephen.  1985.  All Manners of Food:  Eating and Taste in England and France from the Middle Ages to the Present.

 

            Messer, Ellen.  1984.  Anthropological perspectives on diet.  Annual Review of Anthropology 13:205-49.

 

            Mintz, Sidney W.   1995.   Sweetness and Power:  The Place of Sugar in Modern History.

 

Mintz, Sidney W.  1997.   Tasting Food, Tasting Freedom: Excursions into Eating, Culture, and the Past. 

 

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Montanari, Massimo.   1996.  The Culture of Food.  

 

            Murcott, Anne.  1998.   The Nation's Diet:  The Social Science of Food Choice.

 

            Nabhan, Gary Paul.  1980.  Enduring Seeds: Native American Agriculture and Wild Plant Conservation.

 

            Nabhan, Gary Paul.  2001.   Coming Home to Eat: The Pleasures and Politics of Local Foods. 

 

            Nabhan, Gary Paul.  2004.  Why Some Like it Hot:  Food, Genes, and Cultural Diversity.  Island Press

 

            Nabhan, Gary Paul and Ashley Rood.  2004.  Renewing America's Food Traditions:  Bringing Cultural and Culinary Mainstays from the Past into the New Millennium.    (RAFT)  Center for Sustainable Environments, Northern Arizona University.

 

            Nabhan, Gary Paul.  2006.  Renewing Salmon Nation's Food Traditions.  (66 pp)

 

Neustadt, Kathy. 1992.   Clambake.

 

            Newman, Lucile (ed).  1990.  Hunger in History:  Food Shortage, Poverty, and Deprivation.

 

            Nyerges, Endre.  1997.   Ecology of Practice:  Studies of Food Crop Production in Sub-Saharan West Africa.

 

            Ochoa, Enrique C.  2000.  Feeding Mexico:  The Political Uses of Food Since 1910.

 

            Ogden, Jane  2002.  The Psychology of Eating: From Healthy to Disordered Behavior.

 

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