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Anorexia, Bulimia, and the Embodiment of Capitalist Consumer Culture  

Alice Weinreb

Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food, Identity, and Body
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Calorie Counting  

Nina Mackert

Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food, Identity, and Body, Food Science
This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Food Studies. Please check back later for the full article. In the ... More

Social and Biocultural Dimensions of Children’s Food  

Tina Moffat

Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food and the Humanities
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Class Mobility and Occupational Change  

Alex Korsunsky

Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food History and Anthropology
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Colonial Era Food and Spice  

Amanda E. Herbert

Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food History and Anthropology
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Culinary Tourism  

Alicia Kennedy

Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food and the Media
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Edible Insects  

Gina Louise Hunter

Insects have been an important part of the human diet from time immemorial. Although they are not a common food item in Western cultures, insects contribute to the traditional diets of many ... More

The Ethics of Veganism and Plant-based Diets  

Carlo Alvaro

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Fat  

Azita Chellappoo

Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food, Identity, and Body
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Food and Religious Rituals  

Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus

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Jun 2024
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food History and Anthropology
Food rituals, whether articulated intentionally or performed unconsciously in our biologically necessary acts of eating, do nothing less than construct and maintain our fundamental ... More

Food as a Weapon  

Ellen Messer and Marc J. Cohen

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Jun 2024
The use of food as a weapon is as old as written records. Siege, blockade, and starvation are well-documented military strategies, as are political strategies that use food as a tool to ... More

Genocide and Food in Postcolonial Narratives  

Jonathan Bishop Highfield

Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food History and Anthropology
[This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Food Studies. Please check back later for the full article.] Two ... More

The History and Roots of Tea  

Matthew Mauger

This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Food Studies. Please check back later for the full article. Tea’s ... More

The History of Cookbooks  

Henry Notaker

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Jun 2024
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food History and Anthropology
The history of cookbooks describes the development of an old literary genre with an explosive growth from the last part of the twentieth century. Cookbooks are primarily collections of ... More

Indian Ocean Trade  

Jeremy A. Simmons

Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food Globalization and Industrialization
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Living Fermented Foods and Drinks  

James Read

Published Online:
Apr 2024
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food History and Anthropology, Food Science
Fermentation is the process by which microbes transform ingredients into a palatable product or ferment. Its customary uses are food preservation (as in sauerkraut) and alcohol production ... More

Mezze and the Lebanese Table  

Aïda Kanafani-Zahar

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Natural Food  

Michael Kideckel

Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food Justice and Sustainability
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Proteins and Meat  

Laura-Elena Keck

Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Food Globalization and Industrialization
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Spices in the Ancient World  

Matthew Adam Cobb

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