Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Routledge International Handbook of Food Studies

 http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415782647/

What do you know? Another book of mine just arrived. Here's what's inside:

Social sciences

1 The anthropology of food - Robert Dirks and Gina Hunter
2 The sociology of food - William Alex McIntosh
3 Food and communication - Arthur Lizie
4 Historical background of food scholarship in psychology and major
theoretical approaches in use - Kima Cargill
5 Nutritional anthropology - Janet Chrzan
6 Public health nutrition - Arlene Spark
7 The archaeology of food - Katherine M. Moore

Humanities
8 Journalism - Helen Rosner and Amanda Hesser
9 The cultural history of food - Deborah Valenze
10 Culinary history - Ken Albala
11 Food and literature: an overview - Joan Fitzpatrick
12 Philosophy and food - Lisa Heldke
13 Linguistics and food studies: structural and historical connections - Anthony F.
Buccini
14 Food and theology - David Grumett
15 Food and art - Travis Nygard
16 Food in film - Anne Bower and Thomas Piontek
17 Food and television - Sarah Murray

Interdisciplinary food studies
18 Food studies programs - Rachel Black
19 Food and American studies - Margot Finn
20 Folklore - Lucy M. Long
21 Food museums - Elizabeth Williams
22 Food and law - Baylen J. Linnekin and Emily Broad Leib
23 The intersection of gender and food studies - Alice McLean
24 Culinary arts and foodservice management - Vivian Liberman and Jonathan Deutsch
25 Food, cultural studies, and popular culture - Fabio Parasecoli
26 Food and race: an overview - Psyche Williams-Forson and Jessica Walker

Special topics in food studies
27 Food justice: an overview - Alison Hope Alkon
28 Food studies and animal rights - Carol Helstosky
29 Qualitative and mixed methods approaches to explore social dimensions of food and
nutrition security - Stefanie Lemke and Anne C. Bellows
30 School food - Janet Poppendieck
31 Food in tourism studies - Lucy M. Long
32 Food and the senses - Beth M. Forrest and Deirdre Murphy
33 Anticipating a new agricultural research agenda for the twenty-first century –
Frederick L. Kirschenmann
34 Food and ethics - Julia Abramson

5 comments:

lostpastremembered said...

Congrats on a great book. What a cool group of subjects and writers.

Ken Albala said...

Thanks Dear. I think you're the only person who leaves comments here. SO hey, if you see this, I found a new source for bitter almonds. Want some? I'll write you elsewhere too. XOK

Juana Isabella/Donna said...

Hey Ken, Deana's not the only one who reads this :-) I'm still here too.

Glenn said...

Likewise what Juana says. I think we're all outdoors, doing summer-time cooking instead of reading our computers, that's all (I'm at work, so that doesn't count).

Katherine Moore said...

Hi Ken, I got my copy of the book as an author, and I'm delighted. I know what's in my chapter on archaeology, but the perspectives and backgrounds of the other authors are fabulous. Thanks for making this such a quick turn-around so the content is so timely.

Kate Moore