East Asia

Ashkenazi M. 2003. Food Culture in Japan. Greenwood Press. [foods; foodways; East Asia]

Ashkenazi M, Jacob J. 2000. The Essence of Japanese Cuisine: An Anthropological Essay into Food and Culture. University of Pennsylvania Press. [foodways; East Asia; Japan]

The noodle shop also has the 'carved' noodles that I saw for the first time ...Bestor TC. 2001. Supply-Side Sushi: Commodity, Market, and the Global City. American Anthropologist 103(1):76-95. [fish; food system; East Asia; Japan]

Bestor TC. 2004. Tsukiji: The Fish Market at the Center of the World. University of California Press. [food system; commodity market; East Asia; Japan]

Bhandari R, Smith F. 2000. Education and Food Consumption in China: Household Analysis and Policy Implications. Journal of Nutrition Education 32(4):214-. [food habits; East Asia]

Buell PD, Anderson EN, Charles P. 2000. A Soup for the Qan: Chinese Dietary Medicine of the Mongol Era as Seen in Hu Szu-Hui's Yin-Shan Cheng-Yao. Keegan Paul. [history; cookery; dietary prescriptions; East Asia; China]

Cheung SCH, Tan C-B, eds. 2007. Food and Foodways in Asia: Resource, Tradition and Cooking. Routledge. [collected papers; food habits; cuisine; trade; social identity; East Asia; Southeast Asia]

Cwiertka K. 2006. Modern Japanese Cuisine: Food, Power and National Identity. Reaktion. [history; urbanization; economic and social change; military rations; East Asia; Japan]

Cwiertka KJ. 2000. From Yokohama to Amsterdam: Meidi-Ya and Dietary Change in Modern Japan. Japanstudien 12:45-63. [change; East Asia; Japan]

Cwiertka KJ. 2002. Popularizing a Military Diet in Wartime and Postwar Japan. Asian Anthropologist 1(1). [dietary change; modernization; East Asia]

Dickerson T, Fernandez D, Samen A, et al. 2008. From Butter Tea to Pepsi: A Rapid Appraisal of Food Preferences, Procurement Sources & Dietary Diversity in a Contemporary Tibetan Township. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 47:229. [modernization; delocalization; nutrition transition; East Asia; Tibet]

Dikotter F. 2010. Mao's Great Famine: The History of China's Most Devastating Catastrophy, 1958-1962. Walker. [Food shortage; disaster; East Asia; China]

Fabinyi M. 2012. Historical, Cultural and Social Perspectives on Luxury Seafood Consumption in China. Environmental Conservation 39(1):83-92. [prestige food; social status; East Asia; China]

Farquhar J. 2002. Appetites: Food and Sex in Post-Socialist China. Duke University Press. [health & medicine; social identity; feasting; self & collectivity; East Asia; China]

Floyd B. 2009. Associations between Height, Body Mass, and Frequency of Decayed, Extracted, and Filled Deciduous Teeth among Two Cohorts of Taiwanese First Graders. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140(1):113-119. [nutritional anthropology; diet; undernutrition; growth and development; dentition; children; East Asia; Taiwan]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 2002. Population Profile: Taiwanese-Americans. Fork, Fingers, & Chopsticks VI(2):3-6. [food habits; North America; United States; East Asia, Taiwan]

Gillette MB. 2000. Between Mecca and Beijing: Modernization and Consumption among Urban Chinese Muslims. Stanford University Press. [food habit change; ethnic identity; consumption; Islam; East Asia; Hui]

Hawk A. 2006. The Great Disease Enemy, Kakke (Beriberi) and the Imperial Japanese Army. Military Medicine 171(4):333-339(337). [history; diet and disease; East Asia]

Hawks SR, Madanat HN, Merrill RM, et al. 2002. A Cross-Cultural Analysis of 'Motivation for Eating' as a Potential Factor in the Emergence of Global Obesity: Japan and the United States. Health Promotion International 18(2):153-162. [nutritional transition; eating attitudes; East Asia; North America]

Hosking R. 2000. At the Japanese Table. Oxford University Press. [food habits; seasonal foods and drinks; appearance, texture, and flavour; dining room; kitchen; meals; cookery; East Asia; Japan]

Hu S. 2006. Food Plants of China. Columbia University Press. [food use; history; diffusion; East Asia]

Huang HT. 2002. Hypolactasia and the Chinese Diet. Current Anthropology 43(5):809-819. [food processing and use; milk; yogurt; human evolution; history; East Asia; China]

Ishige N. 2000. Japan. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1175-1183. Cambridge University Press. [history; foodways; industrialization; East Asia]

Jiang HW, Umezaki M, Ohtsuka R. 2006. Inter-Household Variation in Adoption of Cash Cropping and Its Effects on Labor and Dietary Patterns: A Study in a Li Hamlet in Hainan Island, China. Anthropological Science 114(2):165-173. [social change; economy; East Asia]

Jing J, ed. 2000. Feeding China's Little Emperors: Food, Children, and Social Change. Stanford University Press. [collected essays; enculturation; commercialization; East Asia; China]

Klippensteen K. 2006. Cool Tools: Cooking Utensiles from the Japanese Kitchen. Kodansha International. [utensils; East Asia]

Koehler R. 2011. Traditional Food: A Taste of Korean Life. Seoul Selection; University of Hawai'i Press. [food habits; East Asia]

Lee M-J. 2002. The Unique Aspects of the Nutrition Transition in South Korea: The Retention of Healthful Elements in Their Traditional Diet. Public Health Nutrition 5:197-203. [dietary change; vegetable intake; fat intake; obesity; overweight; disease; East Asia]

Lee S, Lee AM. 2000. Disordered Eating in Three Communities in China: A Comparative Study of Female High School Students in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Rural Hunan. Int J Eat Disord 27(3):317-. [disturbed eating behavior; East Asia; China; Hong Kong; Shenzhen; Hunan]

Magner L. 2000. Korea. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1183-1192. Cambridge University Press. [history; foodways; dietary change; East Asia; Korea]

Matsuda-Inoguchi N. 2006. Limited Acceptance of Globalization in Food Habits among Middle-Aged Women in Osaka, Japan. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition 57(7-8):419-433. [diet; change; age; gender; East Asia; Japan]

Mintz SW, Tan C-B. 2001. Bean-Curd Consumption in Hong Kong. Ethnology 40(2):113-128. [food use; East Asia; China; Hong Kong]

Newman JM. 2000. Chinese Meals. In The Science, Culture, Business, and Art of Eating. HL Meiselman, ed. Aspen. [East Asia; China]

Newman JM. 2004. Food Culture in China. Greenwood Press. [foods; foodways; East Asia]

O'Donnel MA. 2010. The Cultural Politics of Eating in Shenzhen. Gastronomica 10(2):31-39. [food system; change; political economy; East Asia; China]

Ohtsuka R, Ulijaszek SJ. 2007. Health Change in the Asia-Pacific Region : Biocultural and Epidemiological Approaches. New York. [nutrition and health; East Asia; Oceania; Southeast Asia]

Okakura K. 2003. Book of Tea. Kessinger. [foodstuffs; East Asia; Japan]

Park SY, Paik HY, Skinner JD, et al. 2003. Mothers' Acculturation and Eating Behaviors of Korean American Families in California. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour 35(3):142-147. [food habit change; North America; East Asia; Korean]

Pettid MJ. 2008. Korean Cuisine: An Illustrated History. Reaktion Books. [history; foods; foodways; East Asia]

Popkin BM, Lu B, Zhai F. 2002. Understanding the Nutrition Transition: Measuring Rapid Dietary Changes in Transitional Countries. Public Health Nutrition 5(Special Issue 1):947-953. [dietary change; nutrition transition; cooking; rural-urban; East Asia; China]

Rath EC, Assmann S. 2010. Japanese Foodways, Past and Present. University of Illinois Press. [culinary history; East Asia]

Ruddle K, Ishige N. 2005. Fermented Fish Products in East Asia. International Resources Management Institute. [food use; East Asia; Southeast Asia]

Sabban F. 2000. China. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1165-1175. Cambridge University Press. [history; cookery; East Asia; China]

Sand J. 2005. A Short History of Msg: Good Science, Bad Science, and Taste Cultures. Gastronomica 5(4):38-49. [history; flavor agent; food chemistry; mass marketing; East Asia; China; Japan; North America; United States]

Sho H. 2001. History and Characteristics of Okinawan Longevity Food. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 10(2):159-164(156). [food as medicine; health; fish; sweet potato; soy; tofu; pork; raw sugar; sea weed (konbu); festival; East Asia; Japan; Okinawa; Ryukyus]

Swislocki M. 2009. Culinary Nostalgia: Regional Food Culture and the Urban Experience in Shanghai. Stanford University Press. [political economy; change; Westernization; East Asia; China]

Tam SM. 2001. Lost and Found? Reconstructing Hong Kong Identity in the Ideosyncrasy and Syncretism of Yumcha. In Changing Chinese Foodways in Asia. DYH Wu, CB Tan, eds. pp. 49-70. Chinese University Press. [globalization; eating habits; local identity; East Asia; China; Hong Kong]

Traphagan JW, Brown LK. 2002. Fast Food and Intergenerational Commensality in Japan: New Styles and Old Patterns. Ethnology 41(2):119-134. [fast food; commensality; family; McDonald's; East Asia; Japan]

Traphagen J, Rown LK. 2002. Fast Food and Intergenerational Commensality in Japan: New Styles and Old Patterns. Ethnology 41(2):119-134. [social relations; fast food; East Asia]

Tribur Z. 2006. Q. Gastronomica 6(2):47-48. [taste; texture; pearl milk tea; oysters; East Asia; China; Taiwan]

Wu DYH, Cheung SCH. 2002. The Globalization of Chinese Food. Curzon. [collected essays; culture change; East Asia; China]

Wu DYH, Cheung SCH, eds. 2002. The Globalization of Chinese Food. University of Hawai`i Press. [collected essays; modernization; food habits; cooking; East Asia; China.]

Wu DYH, Tan CB. 2001. Changing Chinese Foodways in Asia. Chinese University Press. [collected essays; food habits; change; religion; meaning; Chinese identity; East Asia; Southeast Asia]

Young G. 2004. Wok Hay: The Breath of the Wok. Gastronomica 4(3):26-30. [cooking; stir-fry; taste concept; East Asia; China]

Zhu JF. 2010. Mothering Expectant Mothers: Consumption, Production, and Two Motherhoods in Contemporary China. Ethos 38(4):406-421. [maternal & infant nutrition; change; East Asia; Zhengzhou]

see East Asia Archive for items published before 2000

Updated 10/2012