Leonidas VournelisBaruch College, CUNY In part one of this essay, I briefly described the workings of the “Household’s Basket”, a … More
Category: anthropology of food
The Household’s Basket: Households in a basket
Leonidas VournelisBaruch College, CUNY Editor’s note: This is part 1 of a 2 part essay. Like most EU countries during … More
Review: Have You Eaten Yet?
Cheuk Kwan. Have You Eaten Yet?: Stories from Chinese Restaurants Around the World. Pegasus Books. New York and London. 2023. … More
Soup for Breakfast: Cambodia
Scott Alves BartonUniversity of Notre Dame The city was humid by midmorning. We were sweaty. The streets fragrant, alternately perfumed … More
Review: Making Better Coffee
Edward F. Fischer. Making Better Coffee: How Maya Farmers and Third Wave Tastemakers Create Value. University of California Press. Berkeley: … More
Review: Nourishing the Nation
Venetia Johannes. Nourishing the Nation: Food as National Identity in Catalonia. Berghahn Books. New York: 2022. ISBN: 978-1-80073-203-2. Mary Black … More
Review: Anxious Eaters
Janet Chrzan and Kima Cargill Anxious Eaters: Why We Fall for Fad Diets. Columbia University Press. New York: 2022. ISBN … More
Seeking PhD theses for review!
Katharina Graf The Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition is seeking recent PhD theses in the anthropology of … More
“The task was to fit their bodies into these infrastructural worlds.” Food, Bodies, and Ethnicities in the Work of Krishnendu Ray
David Sutton In this eighth interview in the series on the development of Food Anthropology I sit down with Professor … More
SAFN Awards for 2023!
Ryan Adams The Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition offers five awards annually. Please follow the links below … More