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Italian Football Hooligans and Little Shoes

Markus Bell

In Italy, many working class men feel that the EU and the Italian government have abandoned them. In such desperate times, these men cling to each other, and to football (soccer), as a force that gives their lives meaning. 1,468 more words


What FoodAnthropology Is Reading Now: May 26th Edition

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 see included, please send it to LaurenRMoore@uky.edu with a short blurb. 302 more words


Austerity Bites: Food Stories from Lewisham

Are you planning to be in or near London anytime between May 25 and June 6? If so, you may want to head over to Lewisham, where you can see an… 184 more words



Back in Nashville after attending a Medieval Conference in Kalamazoo, MI, visiting good friends in Holland, MI, and spending two days in Chattanooga with my kids, I am in the process of making that strange and sometimes difficult transition into summer. 200 more words


What FoodAnthro Is Reading Now, May 18 Edition

A selection of items from around the internet of possible interest to readers of FoodAnthropology. If you have items you think our readers should read, send a note to… 385 more words


Food Research and Political Action: Why I support BDS

Editor’s note: SAFN is a section of the American Anthropological Association. The AAA is currently holding a vote on a resolution to boycott Israeli academic institutions. 445 more words