Tag: food education

Review: Food Justice and Narrative Ethics

dsutton20 , November 13th, 2019

Food Justice and Narrative Ethics: Reading Stories for Ethical Awareness and Activism. Beth A. Dixon. Bloomsbury Academic. 2018 ISBN #9781350054561. 192 pp. Megan B. Hinrichsen (Monmouth College) In…


Review: The Way We Eat Now

dsutton20 , November 7th, 2019

Bee Wilson The Way We Eat Now: How the Food Revolution has Transformed our Lives, Our Bodies, and Our World.  Basic Books. New York. 2019. ISBN 978046509377 Richard…


Review: Making Modern Meals

dsutton20 , October 22nd, 2018

Making Modern Meals: How Americans Cook Today. Amy B. Trubek. University of California Press. 2017. 320pp. ISBN: 9780520289239. Katharina Graf SOAS-University of London Making Modern Meals is a…


Teaching Food with Photos: High Point Food Anthropology

foodanthro , November 24th, 2016

After a long hiatus, we return with the next installment in our Food Pedagogy Interview Series. We hear from Dr. Chelsea Wentworth, Associate Professor of Anthropology at High…


A Food Anthropologist at the John Dewey Kitchen Institute

reblack , June 14th, 2016

Rachel Black President, Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition Connecticut College Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the John Dewey Kitchen Institute at the University…


Roundtable Report: “Globalization of Asian Cuisines”

Greg de St. Maurice , June 7th, 2016

To celebrate the publication of “Globalization of Asian Cuisines: Transnational Networks and Culinary Contact Zones,” three of the edited volume’s authors—Stephanie Assmann, James Farrer, and David Wa…