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What FoodAnthropology Is Reading Now, April 23, 2018

David Beriss

A brief digest of food and nutrition-related items that caught our attention recently. Got items you think we should include? Send links and brief descriptions to… 996 more words


Regarding the Brooklyn Museum...

If you haven’t heard, the Brooklyn Museum recently appointed a white person to curate narratives and artifacts for African Art. And, I will admit, that I am among the folks confused about this choice. 1,239 more words


CHNY Scholars Grant Awards 2018

From the Culinary Historians of New York, small grants of interest to SAFN readers who are engaged in current research projects. They do not have to focus on New York! 350 more words


MOOC "Sustainable food systems: a Mediterranean perspective"

This is an announcement for a free, on-demand, on-line, course on sustainable food systems. It is an intriguing model for providing certain kinds of education about food (and other things, of course). 945 more words


91 Stories of Archaeology

Reading this first sentence is easy, it is making it to the next sentence and then the next and the next, until the end that will be the challenge. 25,280 more words


A Call for Blog Posts!

A Call for Blog Posts on Certain Timely Themes!

We invite anthropologists of any persuasion to contribute to a dialogue about contemporary cultural issues! The current cultural conversation about the meaning of food, the politics of our supply, the nutritional issues confronting us, and the consequences of a global food trading systems is robust, but how much of it is grounded in the close and fine-grained work to which we are so committed?  479 more words


Postdoc Opportunity in Sustainability & Food Security

We have received notification from Katarzyna Dembska, BCFN YES! Coordinator, of the latest edition of their postdoc program in sustainability and food security. This is clearly a great opportunity of interest to SAFN members and FoodAnthropology readers. 255 more words