and Vegetarianism

Abrams HL. 2000. Vegetarianism: Another View. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1564-1571. Cambridge University Press. [vegetarianism and health; primate diets; hunter gatherers; importance of meat in nutrition]

Beer M. 2010. Taste or Taboo: Dietary Choices in Antiquity. Prospect Books. [history; diet; sumptuary law; attitudes toward eating; Europe; Greece; Rome]

Bwibo NO, Neumann CG. 2003. The Need for Animal Source Foods by Kenyan Children. Journal of Nutrition 133(11):3936S-3940S. [child nutrition; malnutrition; meat eating; Africa; Kenya]

American cuts of beefCarbonell E, Caceres I, Lozano M, et al. 2010. Cultural Cannibalism as a Paleoeconomic System in the European Lower Pleistocene. Current Anthropology 51(4):539-549. [paleolithic diet; meat eating; Europe; Spain; Burgos ]

Delgado CL. 2003. Rising Consumption of Meat and Milk in Developing Countries Has Created a New Food Revolution. Journal of Nutrition 113(11):3907S-3910S. [change; nutritional transition; meating eating]

Gewertz DB, Errington FK. 2010. Cheap Meat. University of California Press. [food use; lamb; meat; offal; industrial food; ethnicity; commerce; Australia; New Zealand; Oceania]

Gittelsohn J, Vastine AE. 2003. Sociocultural and Household Factors Impacting on the Selection, Allocation and Consumption of Animal Source Foods: Current Knowledge and Application. Journal of Nutrition 133(11):4036S-4041S. [food choice; proscriptions; meat eating; mother & child nutrition]

Haines HR, Sammells CA. 2010. Adventures in Eating: Anthropological Experiences in Dining from around the World. University Press of Colorado. [food habits; eating habits; fieldwork; anthropology; research methods]

Hamilton M. 2006. Eating Death: Vegetarians, Meat and Violence. Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 9:155-177. [meat eating; taboo; ideology]

Havlicek J, Lenochova P. 2006. The Effect of Meat Consumption on Body Odor Attractiveness. Chemical Senses 31(8):747-752(746). [diet; meat eating; olfaction; scent; smell; male attractiveness]

Key TJ. 2006. Health Effects of Vegetarian and Vegan Diets. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 65(1):35-41(37). [vegetarian; vegan; health]

Kirch PV, O'Day SJ. 2003. New Archaeological Insights into Food and Status: A Case Study from Pre-Contact Hawaii. World Archaeology 34(3):484-497. [archaeology; prehistory; luxury food; meat; social status; ritual; Oceania; Polynesia; Hawaii]

Larsen CS. 2003. Animal Source Foods and Human Health During Evolution. Journal of Nutrition 133(11):3893S-3897S. [meat eating; physical anthropology]

Mann N. 2000. Dietary Lean Red Meat and Human Evolution. Eur J Nutr 39:71-79. [meat eating; behavioral evolution]

Milton K. 2003. The Critical Role Played by Animal Source Foods in Human (Homo) Evolution. Journal of Nutrition 133(11):3893S-3897S. [meat eating; paleoanthropology]

Murphy SP, Allen LH. 2003. Nutritional Importance of Animal Source Foods. Journal of Nutrition 133(11):3932S-3935S. [meat eating]

Nath J. 2010. 'God Is a Vegetarian': The Food, Health and Bio-Spirituality of Hare Krishna, Buddhist and Seventh-Day Adventist Devotees. Health Sociology Review 19(3):356-368. [vegetarianism; religion]

Paulson S. 2006. Body, Nation, and Consubstantiation in Bolivian Ritual Meals. American Ethnologist 33(4):650-664. [meat consumption; ritual; national identity; carnival; festival; South America; Bolivia; Mizque; indigenous peoples]

Peterson D. 2003. Eating Apes. University of California Press. [meat eating; foodstuffs; bushmeat (wild game); hunting; conservation; Africa]

Puscar-Pasewicz M, ed. 2010. Cultural Encyclopedia of Vegetarianism. Greenwood Press. [collected essays; meat taboo]

Roth LK. 2005. "Beef. It's What's for Dinner": Vegetarians, Meat-Eaters and the Negotiation of Familial Relationships. Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 8(2):181-200(120). [vegetarianism; social effect; family; conflict]

Ruby MB, Heine SJ. 2012. Too Close to Home. Factors Predicting Meat Avoidance. Appetite 59(1):47-52. [meat eating; taboo]

Sapontzis SF, ed. 2004. Food for Thought: The Debate over Eating Meat. Prometheus Books. [vegetarianism; diet; religion; culture]

Sarri KO. 2005. Is Religious Fasting Related to Iron Status in Greek Orthodox Christians? British Journal of Nutrition 94:198-203. [iron status; deficiency; fasting; vegetarian diet; Europe; Orthodox Christians]

Spiering M. 2006. Food, Phagophobia and English National Identity. European Studies: A Journal of European Culture, History and Politics 22:31-48. [history; imagry; meating eating; beef consumption; Europe]

Videan E, Fritz J, Murphy J. 2007. Hunting and Occasional Consumption of Prey Items by Chimpanzees at the Primate Foundation of Arizona. International Journal of Primatology 28(2):477-481. [non-human primates; ape; meat eating ]

Whorton JC. 2000. Vegetarianism. In The Cambridge History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1553-1564. Cambridge University Press. [history; vegetarianism in America; animal rights]

see Meat and Vegetarianism Archive for items published before 2000

Updated 10/2012