In this issue: David Sutton presents the SOAS Food Studies Centre Distinguished Lecture, “Let Them Eat Stuffed Peppers”; Michael Pennell takes on Twitter in the food system; Nancy K. Stalker examines food and gender in Japanese TV; and more!
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In this issue: Emma-Jayne Abbots coordinates a special conversation on the materialities of food; Adrienne Rose Johnson reveals the art of competitive eating; and more!
In this issue: Did Israel Invent the Cherry Tomato?; The Mikoyan Mini-Hamburger; The Place of Pork Buns in Manila’s Chinese History; Nostalgia and the Rise of Critical Southern Food Studies; and more!
In this issue: Rescuing Taste From the Nation: Oceans, Borders, and Culinary Flows; Banking on Wild Relatives to Feed the World; and more!
In this issue: An Interview with Antonio Mattozzi; Waste, Incorporated; Black Women’s Food Work as Critical Space; What Are You Eating??; Creative Reflections: Book Reviews, and more!
In this issue: An Interview with James C. Scott; Thinking Critically about Academic–Industry Collaborations; The Pastoral Imaginary of California’s (Non)Dairy Farming; Creative Reflections: Book Reviews, and more!
In this issue: Gary Alan Fine And Christine Simonian Bean Explore Partisanship At American Political Banquets; Dylan Gottlieb Reviews The Yelp Review; Denisa Kera, Zackery Denfeld, And Cathrine Kramer Hack The Food System; Corina Zappia Presents The Five-Step Plan To Being Filipino; James Nolan Enjoys A Table For One; and more!
In this issue: 2014 SOAS Distinguished Lecture; Taste-Based Medicine; Pomegranate and the Mediation of Balance in Early Medicine; Fear of “Foreign” Foods in Australian Media; Hard Labor in the Organic Potato Field; Creative Reflections, Reviews, and more!
Special Issue: “The Reinvention of Food: Connections and Mediations”. Re-localizing Milk and Cheese; Raw Milk, Raw Power: States of (Mis)Trust; The GoodGuide to “Good” Coffee; Resistance Is Fertile!; Critical Reflections, Reviews, and more!
Special Issue on Nutritional Deficiencies including Introducing Critical Nutrition, Nutrition as a Project, Doing Nutrition Differently. Plus: A Compendium of Cheeses, Julia Child in Sonoma, Creative Works and more!