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What FoodAnthro Is Reading Now: April 27th Edition

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 Barber looks into the practices and reasoning behind making kosher for Passover wheat. 351 more words


Game of Spoilers: A Spoiler-Free Investigation into the Role of Experience in Fandom

By Emily Jackson

After surviving the long winter, fans of the HBO hit series Game of Thrones celebrated the premiere of season 6 this Sunday, April 24th. 1,265 more words


Anarchy and Archaeology workshop

This may be of interest to some followers of this blog. There is a digital “unconference” component to the Anarchy and Archaeology workshop at the Amerind. 16 more words


Review: Cooking Technology

Review of:

Steffan Igor Ayora-Diaz (ed.) Cooking  Technology: Transformations in Culinary Practice in Mexico and Latin America (London: Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2016).

Michael McDonald
Florida Gulf Coast University… 1,248 more words


ASAP 2016 Graduate Paper Prize

An award announcement from the Association for the Anthropology of Policy, of possible interest to graduate students:

The Association for the Anthropology of Policy (ASAP) invites submissions for the 2016 Graduate Paper Prize.  335 more words


Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (UK Chapter) 2016

At the beginning of March the UK chapter of CAA (Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology) held their annual conference in Leicester. It was a two day event and there were lots of great talks of which I filmed a couple: 4,137 more words


SfAA Report: Spatial and Temporal Dimensions of Food Insecurity

Colin Thor West
UNC Chapel Hill

Anthropologists from around the world gathered last week at the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) Annual Meeting in Vancouver, B.C. 625 more words