EUROPEAN HISTORY ARCHIVE

Andrews J. 1993. Diffusion of the Mesoamerican Food Complex to Southeastern Europe. Geographical Review 83:194-204. [history; plant introduction; foodstuffs; capsicum pepper; Central America; Europe; Balkans; Portugal; Spain]

Barthes R. 1975. Toward a Psychosociology of Contemporary Food Consumption. In European Diet from Pre-Industrial to Modern Times. E Forster, R Forster, eds. pp. 166-173. [symbols; history; Western culture; Europe]

Bell R. 1985. Holy Anorexia. University of Chicago Press. [history; women; fasting; appetite expression; eating disorder; anorexia; Europe]

Boucher PP. 1992. Cannibal Encounters: Europeans and Island Caribs. [history; cannibalism; Caribbean]

Braudel F. 1981. Civilization and Capitalism, 15th-18th Century, Vol. I : The Structure of Everyday Life (Civilization and Capitalism:15th-18th Century). University of California Press. [history; foodways; Europe]

Bynum C. 1987. Holy Feast and Holy Fast: The Religious Significance of Food to Medieval Women. [history; fasting; women; Europe]

Cachel S. 1997. Dietary Shifts and the Upper Paleolithic Transition. Current Anthropology 38(4):579-604. [prehistory; food consumption; Europe; North America]

Carlin M, Rosenthal JT. 1998. Food and Eating in Medieval Europe. Hambleton Press. [collected essays; history; feasts; famine; food habits; Europe]

Chatwin ME. 1997. Socio-Cultural Transformation and Foodways in the Republic of Georgia. Nova Science. [famine; history; barter; Europe]

Connell KH. 1962. The Potato in Ireland. Past and Present 23:57-71. [history; Europe; Ireland]

Conquest R. 1986. The Harvest of Sorrow: Soviet Collectivization and the Terror-Famine. Oxford University Press. [history; mass starvation; political causes; Europe; Ukraine; Russia]

Cosman M. 1976. Fabulous Feasts: Medieval Cookery and Ceremony. [history; feasts; Europe]

Crosby AW. 1972. The Columbian Exchange: Biological and Cultural Consequences of 1492. Greenwood Press. [history; diffusion of plants, animals; North American Indians; Europe]

Crosby AW. 1986. Ecological Imperialism: The Biological Expansion of Europe, 900-1900. Cambridge University Press. [history; diffusion of plants, animals; food systems; North America; North American Indians]

Dalby A. 1997. Siren Feasts: A History of Food and Gastronomy in Greece. Routledge. [Europe]

Davidson A. 1992. Europeans' Wary Encounter with Tomatoes, Potatoes, and Other New World Foods. In Chilies to Chocolate: Food the Americas Gave the World. N Foster, LS Cordell, eds. pp. 1-14. [history; foodstuffs]

Dembinska M. 1999. Food and Drink in Medieval Poland: Rediscovering a Cuisine of the Past. University of Pennsylvania. [history; food habits; cookery; Europe; Poland]

Dietler M. 1996. Feasts and Commensal Politics in the Political Economy. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 87-125. Berghahn. [prehistory; feasting; social relations; Western Europe]

Drummond JC, Wilbraham A. 1957. The Englishman's Food. [history; food habits; Europe; England]

Elias N. 1982. The Civilizing Process. Pantheon. [history; manners; social life; Europe]

Flandrin JL, Montanari M. 1999. Food: A Culinary History from Antiquity to the Present. Columbia University Press. [collected essays; history; classical world; Middle Ages; Europe; Western culture]

Fenton A, Kisban E. 1986. Food in Change: Eating Habits from the Middle Ages to the Present Day. John Donald. [history; foodways; Europe]

Fidanza F. 1979. Diets and Dietary Recommendations in Ancient Greece and Rome and the School of Salerno. Progress in Food and Nutrition Science 3:79-99. [history; Europe]

Forster E, Forster R. 1975. European Diet from Pre-Industrial to Modern Times. [history; Europe]

Forster R, Orest R. 1979. Food and Drink in History Selected from the Annales. [history; Europe]

Garnsey P. 1988. Famine and Food Supply in the Greaco-Roman World: Responses to Risk and Crisis. Cambridge University Press. [history; starvation; causes; social and political responses; Europe; Greece; Rome]

Garnsey P. 1999. Food and Society in Classical Antiquity. Cambridge University Press. [history; food availability; nutritional status; Europe]

Glants M, Toombe JS. 1997. Food in Russian History and Culture. Indiana University Press. [collected essays; history; Europe; Central Asia; Russia; Soviet Union]

Henish B. 1976. Fast and Feast: Food in Medieval Society. [history; fasting; feasts; foodways; Europe]

Kisban E. 1986. Food Habits in Change: The Example of Europe. In Eating Habits from the Middle Ages to the Present Day. A Fenton, E Kisban, eds. pp. 2-10. John Donaldson. [history; cultural change; Europe]

Jordan WC. 1996. The Great Famine: Norther Europe in the Early Fourteenth Century. [history; food shortage; Europe]

Kelleher M. 1997. The Feminization of Famine: Representations of Women in Famine Naratives. Duke University Press. [images and symbols; famine; gender; history; Europe; South Asia; Ireland; India; Bengal]

Kinealy C. 1995. This Great Calamity: The Irish Famine, 1845-52. Gill and Macmillan. [history; famine; Europe; Ireland]

Kuvandziev G. 1999. The Bulgarian Popular Dietary Tradition During the Middle Ages. Bulgarian Historical Review 27(3-4):10-. [history; Europe; Bulgaria]

Lucas A. 1960. Irish Food before the Potato. Gwerin 3:1-36. [history; diet; Europe; Ireland]

Mason L. 1998. Sugar-Plums and Sherbet: The Prehistory of Sweets. Prospect Books. [history; foodstuffs; confections; candy making; Europe; United Kingdom]

McGovern P, Fleming S, Solomon K. 1995. The Origins and Ancient History of Wine. Gordon and Breach. [collected essays; foodstuff; history; Middle East; Europe; Mediterranean]

Mennell S. 1986. All Manners of Food: Eating and Taste in England and France from the Middle Ages to the Present. [history; Europe; England; France]

Messer E. 1997. Three Centuries of Changing European Tastes for Potato. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 101-113. Berghahn. [history; food use; cultural change; Europe]

Moggi-Cecchi J, Pacciani E, Pinto-Cisternas J. 1994. Enamel Hypoplasia and Age at Weaning in 19th Century Florence, Italy. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 93(3):299-306. [history; infant feeding; health & disease; Europe]

Oddy D. 1989. A Nutritional Analysis of Historical Evidence: The Working-Class Diet. In Making of the Modern British Diet, 1880-1914. D Oddy, D Miller, eds. Croom Helm. [history; historical analysis of diet; Europe; Great Britain]

O'Grada C. 1989. The Great Irish Famine. MacMillan. [history; famine; Europe; Ireland]

Palmer A. 1952. Moveable Feasts: Changes in English Eating-Habits. Oxford University Press. [history; Europe; England]

Poirteir C. 1995. The Great Irish Famine. Mercier. [history; famine; Europe; Ireland]

Rabinovich M. 1992. Ethnological Studies in the Traditional Food of the Russians, Ukrainians and Byelorussians between the 16th and 19th Centuries: State of Research and Basic Problems. In European Food History: A Research Review. HJ Teuteberg, ed. pp. 224-235. [history; Europe]

Redon O, Sabban F, Serventi S. 1998. The Medieval Kitchen. University of Chicago Press. [history; foodways; cookery; Europe; France; Italy]

Renner HD. 1944. The Origin of Food Habits. [history; foodways; Europe]

Revel J-F. 1987. Culture and Cuisine: A Journey through the History of Food. [history; foodways; Europe; France]

Scharer MR, Fenton A. 1998. Food and Material Culture: Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium of the International Commission for Research into European Food History. Tuckwell Press. [collected papers; food processing; kitchen appliances; tableware; industrial production; food preservation; Europe]

Schwartz J. 1991. The Great Food Migration. Newsweek 118:58-62. [history; diffusion; food use; Europe; North American Indians]

Smith REF, Christian D. 1984. Bread and Salt: A Social and Economic History of Food and Drink in Russia. Cambridge University Press. [history; food habits; foodways; food use; cookery; Europe; Eurasia; Russia; Soviet Union]

Sussman GD. 1982. Selling Mother's Milk the Wet-Nursing Business in France 1715-1914. [history; lactation; infant feeding; Europe; France]

Teuteberg HJ. 1992. European Food History: A Research Review. Leicester University Press. [collected essays; history; Europe]

Teuteberg HJ. 1975. The General Relationship between Diet and Industrialization. In European Diet from Pre-Industrial to Modern Times. E Forster, R Forster, eds. [history; food habit change; Europe]

Tilly LA. 1983. Food Entitlement, Famine, and Conflict. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 14:333-349. [history; famine; social relations; Europe; England; France]

Visser M. 1991. The Rituals of Dinner: The Origins, Evolution, Eccentricities, and Meaning of Table Manners. Grove Weidenfeld. [history; table manners; Europe]

Visser M. 1987. Much Depends on Dinner: The Extraordinary History and Mythology, Allure and Obsessions, Perils and Taboos, of an Ordinary Meal. Grove Press. [Europe; england; taboos and avoidances; history; mythology; dinning]

Waterlow JC. 1989. Diet of the Classical Period of Greece and Rome. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 43(Supplement 2):3-12. [history; Europe; Greece; Rome]

Wheaton B. 1983. Savoring the Past: The French Kitchen and Table from 1300 to 1789. University of Pennsylvania Press. [history; Europe; France]

Wilson A. 1973. Food and Drink in Britain: From the Stone Age to Recent Times. Constable. [food history; Europe; Great Britain]

Woodham-Smith C. 1962. The Great Hunger: Ireland 1845-1849. [history; famine; Europe; Ireland]

Wright CA. 1999. A Mediterranean Feast: The Story of the Birth of the Celebrated Cuisines of the Mediterranean from the Merchants of Venice to the Barbary Corsairs, with More Than 500 Recipes. William Morrow. [history; cookery; Europe; Middle East; North Africa]

Zuckerman L. 1999. The Potato: How the Humble Spud Rescued the Western World. North Point. [foodstuff; history; Europe; North America; Ireland; England; France; United States]

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