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What FoodAnthropology Is Reading Now, June 10 Edition

laurenrmoore , June 10th, 2016


Hello FoodAnthro readers. If you have articles you’d like to share in future round-ups, please send the link and a brief description to LaurenRMoore@uky.edu. Thanks to the readers…


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What FoodAnthropology Is Reading Now: May 26th EditionMay

laurenrmoore , May 26th, 2016


May 26, 2016: Hello FoodAnthropology Readers, We have a short but worthwhile round up for you this week. As always, if you have a link you’d like to…


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What FoodAnthro Is Reading Now: April 27th Edition

laurenrmoore , April 28th, 2016


April 27th: Hello FoodAnthro readers, after a few weeks away, we have quite a collection of food news for your Wednesday: In the New York Times, Chef Dan…


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What FoodAnthro Is Reading Now: April 3 Edition

laurenrmoore , April 4th, 2016


April 3, 2016: Hello FoodAnthro readers, the past week has been overflowing with food news. If you have something you’d like to contribute for future weeks, please email…


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What FoodAnthro Is Reading Now: March 23rd Edition

laurenrmoore , March 23rd, 2016


March 23rd, 2016: From the podcast The Sporkful, an episode titled “Other People’s Food,” which discusses the pros and cons of culinary appropriation in an interview with celebrity…


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What FoodAnthropology Is Reading Now: March 14 Edition

laurenrmoore , March 15th, 2016


March 14, 2016: Hi FoodAnthro readers, we have quite a collection of stories for you this week. As always, if you’d like to submit a story for the …


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What FoodAnthropology Is Reading Now: March 2 Edition

laurenrmoore , March 3rd, 2016


Hello FoodAnthropology readers, we have a short round-up this week, featuring a lively internet debate about the nature of American millenials. As always, please send any links you’d…


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What FoodAnthropology Is Reading Now: February 23rd Edition

laurenrmoore , February 24th, 2016


Hello FoodAnthro readers, I hope you enjoy this week’s round up. Please send any links you’d like to share to LaurenRMoore@uky.edu. Kathleen Purvis tosses some fighting words at…


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What FoodAnthropology Is Reading Now: February 17 Edition

laurenrmoore , February 18th, 2016


Hello FoodAnthro readers, here’s a selection of reads that intrigued us over the last week: Though it began in January, I only recently discovered the site Grounded Women:…


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What FoodAnthropology Is Reading Now: February 9th Edition

laurenrmoore , February 10th, 2016


February 9, 2016: Hi FoodAnthropology readers, We have a reader contribution to kick us off this week: Food, Art, and History at the Getty Center: If anyone is…


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What FoodAnthropology Is Reading Now: February 2 Edition

laurenrmoore , February 3rd, 2016


February 2: A lot of thought-provoking food news this week, FoodAnthro readers! As always, if you have a link you’d like to share, please email it to LaurenRMoore@uky.edu…


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What Food Anthropology Is Reading Now: January 24 Edition

laurenrmoore , January 24th, 2016


January 24, 2016: Hello FoodAnthropology readers. Doubtless, some of you are getting buried in the East Coast snowpocalypse, and others are closely following the political race in caucus…


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What FoodAnthropology is Reading Now: January 18 Edition

laurenrmoore , January 19th, 2016


January 18, 2016: Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, FoodAnthro readers! There has been quite a bit of new in the past week. If you have a link…


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What FoodAnthropology is Reading Now: January 10 Edition

laurenrmoore , January 11th, 2016


Hello FoodAnthro readers, we’ve got a great collection of readings this week. As always, if you have something you’d like to share on a future round-up, please email…


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What FoodAnthropology is Reading Now: January 3rd Edition

laurenrmoore , January 3rd, 2016


January 3rd, 2016: Happy New Year, FoodAnthropology readers! Like every December and January, the internet is ringing in the year with lists–lists of old things, lists of new…


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What FoodAnthropology is Reading: December 29th Edition

laurenrmoore , December 30th, 2015


Hello FoodAnthro readers, we have just a couple of news items for this week’s round up. The first, and most significant, is the death of anthropologist and food…


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What FoodAnthropology is Reading Now, December 20th Edition

laurenrmoore , December 21st, 2015


December 20, 2015:  Food Tank put together a list of their 15 favorite books from the last year, which includes sure-to-be-classics on agriculture, food politics, and food security: Food…


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What FoodAnthropology is Reading Now, Dec 15 Edition

laurenrmoore , December 16th, 2015


Happy December 15, everyone! Here are some of the interesting things we read this week. If you have a link you’d like to share, please email it to…


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What FoodAnthropology is Reading Now: December 6 Edition

laurenrmoore , December 7th, 2015


December 6, 2015: For the Paris climate talks this week, an article in The Conversation argues that food–production, consumption, and everything in between–must be part of the climate…


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What FoodAnthropology is Reading Now: November 29th Edition

laurenrmoore , November 29th, 2015


November 29, 2015: Once again, there were more great food reads this week than could be included in one post. Here were some of my favorites. If you…


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What FoodAnthropology is Reading Now: November 22 Edition

laurenrmoore , November 22nd, 2015


November 22, 2015: There’s good news for FoodAnthropology readers this week: it was a great week for internet food reads. Here’s a round of up what captivated FoodAnthropology…


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Anthropologies #22 Call for Submissions: The anthropology of food

laurenrmoore , November 20th, 2015


Burgers, Plate 4. Photograph by Thomas Hawk, 2009. Everyone eats, and there are cultural and social meanings embedded in the food that we consume. This issue of anthropologies…


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Harvest Festivals and Hot Dog Picnics: Dr. Maureen Costura Discusses Active Learning and Archaeology at the Culinary Institute of America

laurenrmoore , November 18th, 2015


This month, we hear from Dr. Maureen Costura, Associate Professor at The Culinary Institute of America. She discusses teaching anthropology at an applied institution, how she incorporates her…


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What FoodAnthropology is Reading Now: Nov 15th Edition

laurenrmoore , November 15th, 2015


November 15: The internet this week was full of great food reads. If you’d like to contribute a link for future round-ups, please email them to LaurenRMoore@uky.edu. Submissions…


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