SOUTH ASIA ARCHIVE

Abdullah M, Wheeler EF. 1985. Seasonal Variations in the Intra-Household Distribution of Food in Bangladeshi Village. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 41:1305-1313. [social relations; family; food sharing; South Asia; Bangladesh]

Achaya KT. 1994. Indian Food: A Historical Companion. Oxford University Press. [South Asia; India]

Ahmed F, Zareen M, Jackson AA. 1998. Dietary Pattern, Nutrient Intake and Growth of Adolescent School Girls in Urban Bangladesh. Public Health Nutrition 1(2):83-. [dietary pattern; child nutrition; South Asia; Bangladesh]

Aklujkar V. 1992. Sharing the Divine Feast: Evolution of Food Metaphor in Marathi Sant. In Eternal Food: Gastronomic Ideas and Experiences of Hindus and Buddhists. RS Khare, ed. pp. 95-115. State University of New York Press. [history; symbolism; feasts; South Asia; India; Marathi]

Alamgir M. 1980. Famine in South Asia: Political Economy of Mass Starvation. [disaster]

Appadurai A. 1981. Gastro Politics in Hindu South Asia. American Ethnologist 8:494-511. [social relations; power; symbolism; South Asia; India; Hindu]

Appadurai A. 1988. Cookbooks and Cultural Change: The Indian Case. Comparative Studies in Society and History 30:3-24. [change; globalization; South Asia; India]

Appadurai A. 1988. How to Make a National Cuisine: Cookbooks in Contemporary India. Comparative Studies in Society and History 30(1):3-24. [social relations; caste; Hindu beliefs; South Asia]

Bagchi T. 1994. Profile of Some Indian Tribes: An Anthropo-Nutritional Micro Study. Punthi Pustak. [nutritional anthropology; dietary deficiencies; intake patterns; South Asia; India]

Bhowmik DC. 1984. Food Habits of the Khasi People: A Study of Tradition and Change. Journal of the Anthropology Survey of India 33(4):263-269. [change; South Asia; India; Khasi]

Bohler E, Ingstad B. 1996. The Struggle of Weaning: Factors Determining Breastfeeding Duration in East Bhutan. Social Science and Medicine 43:1805-1815. [infant feeding; pregnancy beliefs; South Asia]

Boyce J, Hartman B. 1979. Needless Hunger, Voices from a Bangladesh Village. Food First Books. [causes of hunger; undernutrition; South Asia; Bangladesh]

Breckenridge C. 1986. Food, Politics, and Pilgrimage in South India, 1350-1650. In Food, Society, and Culture: Aspects of South Asian Food Systems. RS Khare, MSA Rao, eds. [history; South Asia; India]

Chakrabarty M. 1996. Gender Differences in Cereal Intake: Possible Impacts of Social Group Affiliation and Season. Anthropologisher Anzeiger 54(4). [dietary intake; social relations; South Asia; India]

Chakraborty DK. 1992. Turtle Eating Ceremony among the Great Andamese. Journal of the Anthropological Survey of India 41(3-4):11-17. [feast; food use; symbol and meaning; South Asia; India; Adaman Islands]

Chakravarty I. 1972. Saga of Indian Food: Historical and Cultural Survey. Sterling Publishers. [history; South Asia; India]

Chatterjee M. 1989. Socio-Economic and Socio-Cultural Influences on Women's Nutritional Status and Roles. In Women and Nutrition in India. C Gopalan, S Kaur, eds. Nutritional Foundation of India. [nutritional status; women; South Asia; India]

Chen L. 1980. Seasonal Dimensions of Energy Protein Malnutrition in Rural Bangladesh. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 8:175-187. [seasonal hunger; South Asia]

Chen L, Huq E, d'Souza S. 1981. Sex Bias in the Family Allocation of Food and Health Care in Rural Bangladesh. Population and Development Review 7:55-70. [household relations; food sharing; South Asia; Bangladesh]

Diener P. 1978. The Dialectics of the Sacred Cow: Ecological Adaptation Versus Political Appropriation in the Origins of India's Cattle Complex. Dialectical Anthropology 3(3):221-242. [taboo; sacred cow; politics; South Asia; India]

Doshi SL. 1995. Anthropology of Food and Nutrition. Rawat Publications. [food habits; nutrition; social life; South Asia; India; Rajasthan; Bhil]

Ferro-Luzzi G. 1975. Food Avoidances of Indian Tribes. Anthropos 70:385-428. [taboo; South Asia; India]

Ferro-Luzzi G. 1977. Ritual as Language: The Case of South Indian Food Offerings. Current Anthropology 18:507-514. [symbol; ritual; South Asia; India]

Ferro-Luzzi G. 1980. Food Avoidances at Puberty and Menstruation in Tamilnad. In Food, Ecology and Culture. JRK Robson, ed. pp. 93-100. Gordon and Breach. [taboo; life cycle; women; South Asia; India; Tamilnad]

Ferro-Luzzi G. 1980. Food Avoidances During the Pueriperium and Lactation in Tamilnad. In Food, Ecology and Culture. JRK Robson, ed. pp. 109-117. Gordon and Breach. [taboo; life cycle; women; South Asia; India]

Gittelsohn J. 1991. Opening the Box: Intrahousehold Food Allocation in Rural Nepal. Social Science and Medicine 33:1141-1154. [food sharing; distribution; family relations; South Asia; Nepal]

Greenough P. 1982. Prosperity and Misery in Modern Bengal. [famine; South Asia; India; Bengal]

Gupta SP. 1975. Changes in the Food Habits of Asian Indians in the United States: A Case Study. Sociology and Social Research 60:87-99. [food habit change; South Asia; India; North America; United States]

Hanchett S. 1975. Hindu Potlatches: Ceremonial Reciprocity and Prestige in Karnataka. In Competition and Modernization in South Asia. HE Ullrich, ed. pp. 27-59. Abhinav. [feasts; social relations; prestige; South Asia; India]

Harper E. 1964. Ritual Pollution as an Integrator of Caste and Religion. In Religion in South Asia. E Harper, ed. [social relations; caste; exchange; pollution; taboo; South Asia; India]

Harris B. 1990. Food Distribution, Death and Disease in South Asia. In Diet and Disease in Traditional and Developing Societies. GA Harrison, JC Waterlow, eds. pp. 290-306. Cambridge University Press. [malnutrition; South Asia]

Harris M. 1966. The Cultural Ecology of India's Sacred Cattle. Current Anthropology 7:51-60. [taboo; beef eating; ecology; South Asia; India]

Hartman B, Boyce J. 1983. A Quiet Violence, View from a Bangladesh Village. Food First Books. [poverty; hunger; South Asia; Bangladesh]

Hassan R, Ahmad K. 1984. Studies on Food and Nutrient Intake by Rural Population of Bangladesh: Comparison between Intakes of 1962-64, 1975-76 and 1981-82. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 15:143-158. [dietary intake; change; South Asia]

Jelliffe D. 1957. Social and Cultural Nutrition: Cultural Blocks and Protein Malnutrition in Early Childhood in Rural West Bengal. Pediatrics 20:128-138. [food habits; malnutrition; children; South Asia; India]

Katona-Apte J. 1975. Dietary Aspects of Acculturation: Meals, Feasts; and Fasts in a Minority Community in South Asia. The Hague: Mouton. [change; acculturation; fasting; South Asia; India; Tamilnad; Marathi]

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]

Khare RS. 1976. The Hindu Hearth and Home. Vikas Publishing House. [symbol; commensal relations; nutritional anthropology; South Asia; India]

Khare RS. 1992. Annambrahman: Cultural Models, Meanings, and Aesthetics of Hindu Food. Albany: State of New York Press. [symbol; perference; aversion; South Asia; India]

Khare RS, ed. 1992. Eternal Food: Gastronomic Ideas and Experiences of Hindus and Buddhists. State University of New York Press. [collected essays; theory; nutritional anthropology; symbol; social identity; South Asia; India]

Khare RS. 1992. Food with Saints: An Aspect of Hindu Gastrosemantics. In Eternal Food: Gastronomic Ideas and Experiences of Hindus and Buddhists. S Khare, ed. pp. 27-52-. Albany: State University of New York Press. [symbol; fasting; food use; healing; South Asia; India]

Khare RS. 1994. Anthropology of Food and Scholarly Perplexities. South Asian Anthropologist 15(1-2):17-23. [food studies; theoretical approaches]

Kilara A, Iya KK. 1992. Food and Dietary Practices of the Hindu. Food Technology 1992:94-102. [food habits; South Asia; Hindu]

Kollipara UK, Brittin HC. 1996. Increase Iron Content of Some Indian Foods Due to Cookware. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 96:508-510. [nutrition; food processing; South Asia; India]

Kulkarni SN. 1990. Famines, Droughts, and Scarcities in India. South Asia Books. [famine; South Asia]

Levine N. 1988. Women's Work and Infant Feeding Practices: A Case Study from Rural Nepal. Ethnology 27:231-252. [infant feeding and nutrition; South Asia; Nepal]

Lindenbaum S. 1986. Rice and Wheat: The Meaning of Food in Bangladesh. In Food, Society, and Culture: Aspects in South Asian Food Systems. RS Khare, MSA Rao, eds. pp. 253-276. Carolina Academic Press. [symbols; foodstuffs; South Asia]

Lindenbaum S. 1987. Loaves and Fishes in Bangladesh. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 427-443. Temple Unversity Press. [change; rice and wheat; South Asia; Bangladesh]

Lwdin P. 1985. Food, Ritual and Society among the Newars. Uppsala University, Dept. of Cultural Anthropolgy. [foodways; ceremony; South Asia; Nepal]

Marriott M. 1964. Caste Ranking and Food Transactions: A Matrix Analysis. In Structure and Change in Indian Society. M M Singer, B Cohn, eds. [social relations; caste; exchange; pollution; South Asia; India]

Mayer A. 1960. Caste and Kinship in Central India. [social relations; caste; exhange; pollution; South Asia]

Mayer A. 1996. Caste in an Indian Village: Change and Continuity 1954-1992. CJ Fuller, ed. pp. 32-64. Oxford University Press. [culture change; foodways; South Asia]

McAlpin M. 1987. Famine Relief Policy in India: Six Lessons for Africa. [famine; relief; government policy; South Asia; Africa]

McDonaugh C. 1997. Breaking the Rules: Changes in Food Acceptability among the Tharu of Nepal. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 155-166. Berghahn. [change; social relations; food use; buffalo meat; South Asia]

Moreno M. 1992. Pancamirtam: God's Washings as Food. In Eternal Food: Gastronomic Ideas and Experiences of Hindus and Buddhists. RS Khare, ed. pp. 147-178. State University of New York Press. [symbol; ontology; food use; foodstuffs; South Asia; India]

Moskowitz H. 1975. Cross-Cultural Differences in Simple Taste Preferences. Science 190:1217-1218. [preference; sour; South Asia; India]

Nagra SAaAHG. 1987. Variations in Infact Feeding Practices in Pakistan with Socioeconomic Stratification. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 33:103-106. [infant feeding; South Asia; Pakistan]

Nair KN. 1987. Animal Protein Consumption and the Sacred Cow Complex in India. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. Temple University Press. [taboo; sacred cow; protein intake; South Asia; India]

Nichter M. 1985. Cultural Interpretations of the States of Malnutrition among Children: A South Indian Case Study. Medical Anthropology winter:25-48. [malnutrition; folk classification and meaning; South Asia; India]

Nichter M. 1986. Modes of Food Classification and the Diet -- Health Contingency: A South Indian Case Study. In Food, Society and Culture. RS Khare, ed. pp. 185-220-. [food classification; health; South Asia; India]

Nichter M, Nichter M. 1983. The Ethnophysiology and Folk Dietetics of Pregnancy: A Case Study from South India. Human Organization 42:235-246. [folk knowledge; folk dietetics; classification; maternal nutrition; pregnancy; South Asia; India]

Panter-Brick C. 1996. Food and Household Status in Nepal. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 253-262. Berghahn. [food distribution; nutritional status; caste; South Asia; Nepal]

Patnaik U. 1991. Food Availability and Famine: A Longer View. Journal of Peasant Studies 19(1). [famine; South Asia; India; Bengal]

Pool R. 1986. Beliefs Concerning the Avoidance of Food During Pregnancy and the Immediate Post Partum Period in a Tribal Area of Rural Gujarat. Eastern Anthropologist 39(3):251-259. [food avoidance; symbol and meaning; South Asia; India; Gujarat]

Prindle P. 1979. Peasant Society and Famine: A Nepalese Example. Ethnology 18(1):49-60. [famine; social relations; South Asia; Nepal]

Ramanujan AK. 1992. Food for Thought: Toward an Anthology of Hindu Food-Images. In Eternal Food: Gastronomic Ideas and Experiences of Hindus and Buddhists. RS Khare, ed. pp. 221-250. State Univeristy of New York Press. [symbol; South Asia; India]

Rao MSA. 1986. Conservatism and Change in Food Habits among the Migrants in India: A Study in Gastrodynamics. In Food, Society and Culture. R Khare, M Rao, eds. pp. 121-140. Carolina Academic Press. [change; migrant peoples; South Asia; India]

Rizvi N. 1986. Food Categories in Bangladesh and Its Relationship to Food Beliefs and the Practices of Vulnerable Groups. In Food, Society and Culture. S Khare, M Rao, eds. Durham: Carolina Academic Press. [classification; food categories; beliefs; South Asia]

Sanyal T. 1979. And Keeping the Flame Alive: A Study on Food Habits and Dietaries with Nutritional Efficiency of West Bengal Tribes. Cultural Research Institute, Scheduled Castes and Tribes Welfare Department, Government of West Bengal. [food habits; diet; South Asia; India; West Bengal]

Sen S. 1980. Food Habits in Calcutta. Bulletin of the Cultural Research Institute 14:60-66. [food habits; South Asia; India; Calcutta]

Sidney M Cantor Associates. 1973. The Tamil Nadu Nutrition Study. Report to the U.S. Agency for International Development. U.S. Agency for International Development. [food supply; diet; nutrition; South Asia; India.]

Simoons FJ. 1970. The Traditional Limits of Milking and Milk Use in Southern Asia. Anthropos 65:547-593. [food use; dairy; South Asia; Southeast Asia]

Singh K. 1996. Fried Chicken's Fearsome Foes. Far Eastern Economic Review 159:30-. [change; Kentucky Fried Chicken; vegetarianism; South Asia; India]

Singh KS, Das Gupta BK, Bagchi T, et al. 1992. Food Habits in Rural India. Anthropological Survey of India 41:65-105. [food habits; South Asia; India]

Sjostedt J, Schmaker J, Nathawat SS. 1998. Eating Disorders among Indian and Australian University Students. Journal of Social Psychology 138(3). [disturbed behavior; students; South Asia; India; Australia]

Toomey P. 1992. Mountain of Food, Mountain of Love: Ritual Inversion of the Annakuta Feast at Mount Govardhan. In Eternal Food: Gastronomic Ideas and Experiences of Hindus and Buddhists. RS Khare, ed. pp. 117-145. State University of New York Press. [feasts; social relations; symbol; ritual; South Asia; Northern India; Braj]

Toomey PM. 1994. Food from the Mouth of Krishna: Feast and Festivities in a North Indian Pilgrimage Center. Hindustan Publishing. [feast; festival; North India; South Asia]

Vidyarthi LP, Prasad RK, Upadhyay VS. 1979. Changing Dietary Patterns and Habits: A Sociocultural Study of Bihar. Concept. [dietary patterns; food habits; South Asia; India; Bihar]

Vidyarthi LP, Upadhyay VS. 1981. Indigenous Nutritive Dietary Habits and Recipes of the People of Bihar. Review of Ethnology 7:177-182. [food habits; cookery; South Asia; India; Bihar]

Wandel M. 1977. Heaty and Cooling Foods in Relation to Food Habits in a Southern Sri Lankan Community. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:93-104. [classification; hot-cold dichotamy; South Asia; Sri Lanka]

White D. 1992. You Are What You Eat: The Anomalous Status of Dog-Cookers in Hindu. In Eternal Food: Gastronomic Ideas and Experiences of Hindus and Buddhists. RS Khare, ed. pp. 53-93. State of New York Press. [Hindu food law; social relations; social status; symbol; myth; South Asia; India]

Yalman N. 1969. On the Meaning of Food Offerings in Ceylon. In Forms of Symbolic Action. R Spencer, ed. pp. 81-96. University of Washington Press. [symbols; food and religion; South Asia; Sri Lanka]

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