FOOD CULTURE and NUTRITION
Australia and Oceania

Atchison J, Head L, Gates A. 2010. Wheat as Food, Wheat as Industrial Substance; Comparative Geographies of Transformation and Mobility. Geoforum 41(2):236-246. [food use; wheat; industrial food; coeliac disease]

Barlow K. 2010. Sharing Food, Sharing Values: Mothering and Empathy in Murik Society. Ethos 38(4):339-353. [reciprocity; social relations; Oceania; Papua New Guinea]

Beadle R. 2005. "What's for Dinner on Thursday?" : The Impacts of Supermarkets in the Torres Strait Islands. School of Anthropology, Geography and Environmental Studies, the University of Melbourne. [foodways, diet; Australia; Torres Strait Islanders]

Collins FL. 2008. Of Kimchi and Coffee: Globalisation, Transnationalism and Familiarity in Culinary Consumption. Social & Cultural Geography 9(2):151-169. [consumption; national identity; familiarity; Oceania; New Zealand; South Korean students]

Edwards F, Mercer D. 2007. Gleaning from Gluttony: An Australian Youth Subculture Confronts the Ethics of Waste. Australian Geographer 38(3):279-296. [gleaning; dumpster diving; consumption patterns; social movement; politics; freegans; Australia]

Errington F, Gewertz D. 2008. Pacific Island Gastrologies: Following the Flaps. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 14(3):590-608. [globalization; trade; foodstuffs; sheep bellies; animal fat; consumption patterns; Oceania]

Ferreira MK, Lang L, Chesley G, eds. 2006. Indigenous Peoples and Diabetes : Community Empowerment and Wellness. Carolina Academic Press. [collected essays; malnutrition; diabetes; social conditions; North American Indians]

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

Leach H. 2008. The Pavlova Story: A Slice of New Zealand's Culinary History. Otago University Press. [history; cookery; Oceania]

Leach HM. 2010. The Pavlova Wars: How a Creationist Model of Recipe Origins Led to an International Dispute. Gastronomica 10(2):24-30. [history; cookery; Australia; Oceania; New Zealand]

Manderson L. 2010. Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture, and Society in Oceania and Southeast Asia. Cambridge University Press. [food habits; nutrition; food and culture]

McMullin JM. 2010. The Healthy Ancestor : Embodied Inequality and the Revitalization of Native Hawaiian Health. Left Coast Press. [diet; nutrition; social relations; Oceania; United States; Hawaii; indigenous people.]

Obeyesekere G. 2005. Cannibal Talk: The Man-Eating Myth and Human Sacrifice in the South Seas University of California Press. [discourse; meaning; Oceania; Polynesia]

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]

Pollock NJ. 2007. Nutrition and Anthropology: Cooperation and Convergences - Pacific Examples. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 46(3-4):245-261. [review; nutritional anthropology; theory and method; localization; Oceania]

Protschky S. 2008. The Colonial Table: Food, Culture and Dutch Identity in Colonial Indonesia. Australian Journal of Politics and History 54(3):346-357. [history; ethnic identity; social class; race; Netherlands Indies]

Scelza BA. 2012. Food Scarcity, Not Economic Constraint Limits Consumption in a Rural Aboriginal Community. Australian Journal of Rural Health 20(3):108-112. [food supply; distribution; purchase; malnutrition; Australia; Western Desert; Aborigines]

Tiggemann M, Verri A, Scaravaggi S. 2005. Body Dissatisfaction, Disordered Eating, Fashion Magazines, and Clothes: A Cross-Cultural Comparison between Australian and Italian Young Women. International Journal of Psychology 40:293. [eating disorder; body image; cross-cultural perspective]

see Australia and Oceania Archive for items published before 2005

    Updated 10/2012