Graduate Journal of Food Studies Issue 5

Received from Emily Contois, this is both a great looking journal of interest to FoodAnthropology readers, but an opportunity for graduate students to publish. Check it out!

We are thrilled to share with you the fifth issue of the Graduate Journal of Food Studies (vol. 4, no. 1), which launched today online. This issue features four original research articles, four book reviews, and three creative pieces in the Journal’s new section, Food-Stuff:

Articles

  • Jessica Galen, “Cheesemongers Over Fearmongers: Toward Data Driven Cheese Recommendations for Pregnant Women”
  • Victoria Albert, “Quinoa: The Development of the Modern Export Market and its Implications for the Andean People”
  • Claudia Raquel Prieto Piastro, “Keeping Kosher in Tel Aviv: Jewish Secular and Religious Identity in Israel”
  • Kendall Vanderslice, “Making and Breaking: An Embodied Ethnography of Eating”

Food-Stuff

  • Noah Allison, “Migration and Restaurants: Mapping America’s Most Diverse Thoroughfare”
  • Emely Vargas, “Dear Mom: Teach Him How to Cook, Not Me”
  • Jonathan Biderman, “Inside Tsukiji: A Very Real Wonderland” 

Reviews

  • Sarah Huang: Nora McKeon, Food Security Governance: Empowering Communities, Regulating Corporations
  • Rituparna Patgiri: Ursa Ray, Culinary Culture in Colonial India: A Cosmopolitan Platter and the Middle-Class
  • Alexandra Rodney: Julie M. Parsons, Gender, Class and Food: Families, Bodies and Health
  • Daniel Shattuck: Ronda L. Brulotte and Michael A. Di Giovine, Edible Identities: Food as Cultural Heritage

We hope that you enjoy this edition of the Journal, and welcome your support to share it widely:

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We also welcome submissions for future issues of the Journal. Please visit our submission guidelines for more details. 

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