SOUTH AMERICA ARCHIVE

Amorozo CD. 1984. The Effect of Income and Length of Urban Residence on Food Patterns, Food Intake and Nutrient Adequacy. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:307-323. [food habit change; urbanization; poverty; South America; Brazil; Amazonia]

Archetti E. 1997. Guinea Pigs: Food, Symbol and Conflict of Knowledge in Ecuador. Berg. [foodstuffs; symbolic meaning; South America; Ecuador]

Behrens C. 1986. Shipibo Food Categorization and Preference: Relationships between Indigenous and Western Dietary Concepts. American Anthropologist 88:647-657. [classification of foods; preferences; South American Indians; Peru; Shipibo]

Borigato E, Martinez F. 1998. Iron Nutritional Status Is Improved in Brazilian Infants Fed Food Cooked in Iron Pots. J Nutr 128(5):855-. [infant nutrition; iron; South America; Brazil]

Burchand RE. 1992. Coca Chewing and Diet. Current Anthropology 33:1-24. [drugs; appetite control; food consumption; South America; Andes]

Clastres P. 1998. Cannibals. The Sciences 38(3). [cannibalism; meaning; South America; Paraguay; Ache]

Coe SD. 1994. America's First Cuisines. University of Texas Press. [prehistory; history; eating habits; food systems; Central America; Mexico; South America; Aztec; Maya; Inca]

Delgado L. 1991. Food Aid in Peru: Refusal and Acceptance in a Peasant Community of the Central Andes. Food and Foodways 5(1):57-77. [food assistance; South America; Peru; central Andes]

Dole G. 1978. The Use of Manioc among the Kuikuru: Some Interpretations. In The Nature and Status of Ethnobotany. I Ford, ed. pp. 21-247. Museum of anthropology University of Michigan Anthropological Papers No 67. [cassava; South America; Kuikuru]

Dufour DL. 1985. Manioc as a Dietary Staple: Implications for the Budgeting of Time and Energy in the Northwest Amazon. In Food Energy in Tropical Ecosystems. D Cattle, K Schwerin, eds. pp. 1-20. Gordon and Breach. [food specie; ecology; South America; Brazil; Amazonia]

Dufour DL. 1987. Insects as Food: A Case Study from the Nothwest Amazon. American Anthropologist 89:383-397. [food use; South American Indians; Brazil; Amazonia]

Dufour DL. 1988. Cyanide Content of Cassava (Manihot Esculenta, Eurphorbiaceae) Cultivars Used by Tukanoan Indians in Northwest Amazonia. Economic Botany 42:255-266. [manioc; South America; Amazonia; Tukanoan Indians]

Good KR. 1987. Limiting Factors in Amazonian Ecology. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 407-426. Temple University Press. [ecology; South America; Amazonia]

Greene L. 1977. Hyperendemic Goiter, Cretinism and Social Organization in Highland Ecuador. In Malnutrition, Behavior, and Social Organization. a Greene, ed. pp. 55-94-. New York: Academic Press. [malnutrition; disease; social relations; South America; Ecuador]

Greene L. 1980. Social and Biological Predictors of Physical Growth and Neurological Development in an Area Where Iodine and Protein-Energy Malnutrition Are Endemic. In Social and Biological Predictors of Nutritional Status. LS Greene, FE Johnston, eds. pp. 223-256-. Academic Press. [malnutrition; social relations; South America; Ecuador]

Gross D. 1975. Protein Capture and Cultural Development in the Amazon Basin. American Anthropologist 77:526-549. [ecology; protein; South America; Amazonia]

Gross D, Underwood B. 1971. Technological Change and Caloric Costs: Sisal Agriculture in Northeastern Brazil. American Anthropologist 73:725-740. [industrialization; poverty; South America; Brazil]

Hawkes K. 1991. Showing Off: Tests of a Hypothesis About Men's Foraging Goals. Ethnology and Sociobiology 2:29-54. [food sharing; human evolution; behavioral ecology; hunter-gatherer; South America; Paraguay; Ache]

Hawkes K, Hill K, O'Connell J. 1982. Why Hunters Gather, Optimal Foraging Theory and the Ache of Eastern Ache Paraguay. American Ethnologist 9:379-398. [ecology; optimal foraging theory; diet selection; hunters and gatherers; South American Indians; Paraguay; Ache]

Hill K, Kaplan H, Hawks K, et al. 1984. Seasonal Variance in the Diet of Ache Hunters-Gatherers in Eastern Paraguay. Human Ecology 12:145-180. [ecology; dietary intake; hunters and gatherers; South American Indians; Paraguay; Ache]

Holmberg A. 1950. Nomads of the Long Bow. [food shortage; hunger; social relations; South American Indians; Siriono]

Hurtado AM, Hawkes K, Hill K, et al. 1985. Female Subsistence Strategies among Ache Hunter-Gatherers of Eastern Paraguay. Human Ecology 13:1-28. [ecology; females; hunters-gatherers; South American Indians; Paraguay; Ache]

Johannessen S, Hastorf CA. 1994. Corn and Culture in the Prehistoric New World. West View Press. [collected papers; prehistory; foodstuffs; Central America; North America; South America]

Johnson A, Baksh M. 1987. Ecological and Structural Influences on the Proportions of Wild Foods in the Diets of Two Machinguenga Communities. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. [ecology; food gathering; dietary patterns; South American Indians; Machiguenga]

Johnson O. 1980. The Social Context of Intimacy and Avoidance: A Videotape Study of Machiguenga Meals. Ethnology 14(3):353-366. [social relations; commensality; South American Indian; Machiguenga]

Johnsson M. 1988. Food and Culture among the Bolivian Aymara. Uppsala University Press. [social relations; foodways; diet; South American Indian; Bolivia; Aymara]

Kaplan H, Hill K. 1985. Food Sharing among Ache Foragers: Tests of Explanatory Hypotheses. Current Anthropology 26:223-246. [social relations; human evolution; behavioral ecology; South America; Paraguay]

Katz S, Hediger ML, Valleroy LA. 1975. The Anthropological and Nutritional Significance of Traditional Maize Processing Techniques in the New World. In Biosocial Interrelations in Population Adaptation. E Watts, F Johnston, G Lasker, eds. pp. 195-231. Walter de Gruyter. [food processing; North American Indian, South American Indian]

Lentz C, ed. 1998. Changing Food Habits: Case Studies from Africa, South America, and Europe. Gordon and Breach. [collected papers; change; Africa; South America; Europe]

Leonard W, Thomas RB. 1988. Changing Dietary Patterns in the Peruvian Andes. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 21:245-263. [change; dietary patterns; South America; Peru]

Leonard W, Thomas RB. 1989. Biosocial Responses to Seasonal Food Stress in Highland Peru. Human Biology 61:65-85. [ecology; physiology; social relations; hunger; South America; Peru]

Leonard WR. 1989. Protection of Children from Seasonal Nutritional Stress in an Andean Agricultural Community. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 43:597-602. [seasonal hunger; children; South America; Andes; Peru]

MacDonald BA, Watts B, Fitzpatrick D. 1993. Comparison of Taste Thresholds in Selected Canadian and Peruvian Populations. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 30:241-251. [physiology; taste; North America; South America; Canada; Peru]

Marquis GS, Diaz J, Barolini R. 1998. Recognizing the Reversible Nature of Child Feeding Decisions: Breastfeeding, Weaning, and Relactation Patterns in a Shanty Town Community of Lima, Peru. Social Science and Medicine 47:645-656. [infant feeding; South America]

Martorell R, Khan LK, Grummer-Strawn L. 1998. Obesity in Latin American Women and Children. J Nutr 128(9):1464-. [obesity; women; children; South America]

Mazess RB. 1968. Hot-Cold Food Beliefs among Andean Peasants. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 53:109-113. [food classification; hot-cold system; South America; Andes]

McClelland DA. 1992. Good as Gold: Foods the Americas Gave the World. Smithsonian. [history; foodstuffs; diffusion; Central America; North America; South America]

Milton K. 1984. Protein and Carbohydrate Resources of the Maku Indians of Northwestern Amazonia. American Anthropologist 86:7-27. [ecology; dietary resources; South American Indians; Brazil; Columbia; Maku]

Milton K. 1991. Comparative Aspects of Diet in Amazonian Forest-Dwellers. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Series B 334:253-263. [diet; food taboos; South American Indians; Amazonia]

Nellin E. 1955. Maternal and Infant Feeding Practices in a Peruvian Village. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 31:889-894. [maternal diet; infant feeding; South America; Peru]

Orlove BS. 1987. Stability and Change in Highland Andean Dietary Patterns. In Food and Evolution. MRE Harris, ed. pp. 481-516-. Temple University Press. [dietary acculturation; South America; Andean peasants; Peru]

Orlove BS. 1997. Meat and Strength: The Moral Economy of a Food Riot. Cultural Anthropology 12(2):234-268. [social relations; political conflict; food prices; South America; Chile]

Piperno D, Pearsall D. 1998. The Origins of Agriculture in the Lowland Neotropics. Academic Press. [prehistory; origins of agriculture; South America]

Pollock DK. 1985. Food and Sexual Identity among the Culina. Food and Foodways 1(1):25-42. [social relations; division of labor; South America; Brazil; Amazon]

Price R. 1991. Subsistence on the Plantation Periphery: Crops, Cooking, and Labour among Eighteenth-Century Suriname Maroons. Slavery and Abolition: A Journal of Comparative Studies 12 (special issue):107-127. [history; food habits; Caribbean; South America]

Reichel-Dolmatoff G. 1971. Amazonian Cosmos: The Sexual and Religious Symbolism of the Tukano Indians. University of Chicago Press. [food habits; meanings; South America; Tukano (Tucano)]

Reichel-Dolmatoff G. 1979. Desana Animal Categories, Food Restrictions and the Concept of Color Energies. Journal of Latin American Folklore 4:243-291. [categories; taboo; symbolic meaning; South America; Columbia; Desana]

Reichel-Dolmatoff G, Reichel-Dolmatoff A. 1961. The People of Aritama: The Cultural Personality of a Columbian Mestizo Village. [social relations; personality; South America; Columbia; mestizo]

Ross E. 1978. Food Taboos in Amazon Cultural Ecology. Current Anthropology 19(1):1-36. [taboo; ecology; South American Indian; Amazonia]

Rubin J, Flowers NM, Gross DR. 1986. The Adaptive Dimensions of Leisure. American Ethnologist 13:524-536. [ecology; food habits; diet; change; South American Indians]

Scheper-Hughes N. 1984. Infant Mortality and Infant Care: Cultural and Economic Constraints on Nuturing in Northern Brazil. Social Science and Medicine 19:535-546. [infant nutrition; economy; South America]

Scheper-Hughes N. 1992. Death without Weeping. University of California Press. [malnutrition; children; South America; Brazil]

Simmen B. 1997. Food Preferences in Neotropical Primates in Relation to Taste Sensitivity. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 27-37. Berghahn. [food choice; non-human primates; red howler monkey; black spider monkey; South America; French Guiana]

Super JC. 1988. Food, Conquest, and Colonization in 16th Century Spanish America. University of New Mexico Press. [history; food habit change; Central America; South America]

Super JC, Wright TC. 1985. Food, Politics, and Society in Latin America. University of Nebraska Press. [food system; South America; Central America; Mexico]

Victora C. 1986. Child Malnutrition and Land Ownership in Southern Brazil. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 18:251-264. [malnutrition; children; South America; Brazil]

Weismantel MJ. 1998 (originally 1988). Food, Gender, and Poverty in the Ecuadorian Andes. reissue edition. Waveland. [symbolism; social relations; cultural change; South America; Ecuador; Zumbagua]

Werge RW. 1979. Potato Processing in the Central Highlands of Peru. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 7:229-234. [food processing, potato; South America; Peru]

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