SYMBOLS AND MEANINGS ARCHIVE

Allison A. 1991. Japanese Mothers and Obentos: The Lunchbox as Ideological State Apparatus. Anthropological Quarterly 64(4):195-208. [symbolic meaning; East Asia; Japan]

Anderson J. 1987. Japanese Tea Ritual: Religion in Practice. Man 22(3):475-498. [symbolic meaning; East Asia; Japan]

Anderson J. 1991. An Introduction to Japanese Tea Ritual. [symbols and meaning; East Asia; Japan]

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

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]

Fiddes N. 1994. Social Aspects of Meat Eating. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 53(2):271-279(279). [symbolic meaning; cultural importance of meat]

Gillespie A, Achterberg C. 1989. Comparison of Family Interaction Patterns Related to Food and Nutrition. Journal of American Dietetics Association 89:509-512. [social relations; symbolic meanings]

Goldman L. 1999. The Anthropology of Cannibalism. Praeger. [cannibalism; symbolic meanings; myth]

Goode J. 1992. Food. In Folklore, Cultural Performances, and Popular Entertainment: A Communications-Centered Handbook. R Bauman, ed. Oxford University Press. [foodways; symbols; meaning]

Grivetti LE, Lamprecht S, Rocke H, et al. 1987. Threads of Cultural Nutrition: Arts and Humanities. Progress in Food and Nutrition Science 11:249-306. [general survey; arts; humanities; symbolic meanings; food in history]

Hertzler A, Standal B. 1980. Classifying Cultural Food Habits and Meanings. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 82:421-425. [classification of foods; food habits; symbolic meanings; preference, selection and taste]

Laderman C. 1981. Symbolic and Empirical Reality: A New Approach to the Analysis of Food Avoidances. American Ethnologist 8:468-493. [food avoidances; symbolic meaning]

Levi-Strauss C. 1969. The Raw and the Cooked. [symbol and meaning]

Levi-Strauss C. 1973. From Honey to Ashes. [symbol and meaning]

Levi-Strauss C. 1978. The Origin of Table Manners. [symbol and meaning]

Loveday L, Chiba S. 1985. Partaking with the Devine and Symbolizing the Societal: The Semiotics of Japanese Food and Drink. Semiotics 56(1-2):115-131. [symbolism; meaning; East Asia; Japan]

Lupton D. 1994. Food, Memory and Meaning: The Symbolic and Social Nature of Food Events. Sociological Review 42:664-686. [symbolic meaning; feasts and festivals]

Madeira K. 1989. Cultural Meaning and Use of Food: A Selective Bibliography (1973-1987). In Cooking by the Book: Food in Literature and Culture. MJ Schofield, ed. pp. 207-215. Bowling Green State University Popular Press. [bibliography; symbolic meaning]

Munroe R, Munroe R, Nerlove S, et al. 1969. Effects of Population Density on Food Concerns in Three East African Societies. Journal of Health and Social Behavior 10(3):161-171. [symbolic meaning; expressive culture (stories, dreams, etc ); population density; hunger; Logoli; Gusii; Kipsigis; East Africa]

Newall V. 1973. An Egg at Easter: A Folklore Study. Indiana University Press. [Easter feast and festival; egg; history; folklore; symbolic meaning]

Noguchi P. 1994. Savor Slowly: Ekiben -- the Fast Food of High-Speed Japan. Ethnology 33(4):317-330. [foodstuffs; box lunch; railway food; symbolic meanings; East Asia]

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]

Powers W, Powers MNM. 1984. Metaphysical Aspects of an Oglala Food System. In Food in the Social Order. M Douglas, ed. pp. 40-96. Russell Sage Foundation. [social relations; symbols and meaning; North American Indians; Oglala Souix]

Ravuvu A. 1991. A Fijian Cultural Perspective on Food. In Food and Nutrition in Fiji. A Janese, S Parkinson, A Robertson, eds. pp. 622-636. [food habits; symbols and meanings; Oceania]

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]

Salvador ML. 1987. Food for the Holy Ghost: Ritual Exchange in Azorean Festivals. In Time out of Time: Essays on the Festival. A Falassi, ed. pp. 244-260. University of New Mexico Press. [food in ritual; festival; religion; symbol and meaning; Europe; Africa; Azores]

Simoons FJ. 1998. Plants of Life, Plants of Death. University of Wisconsin. [food use; symbols and meanings; ethnobotany; medicine]

Vargas LA. 1990. Old and New Transitions and Nutrition in Mexico. In Disease in Populations in Transition. AC Swedlund, GJ Amerlago, eds. pp. 145-160-. New York: Bergin and Garvey. [nutrition and health; ecology; symbolic meanings; change; Mexico]

Vogt EZ. 1976. Tortillas for the Gods: A Symbolic Analysis of Zinacanteco Rituals. Harvard University Press. [ritual; food symbols and meanings; Latin America; Mexico; Maya; Zincanteco]

Voss J. 1987. The Politics of Pork and the Rituals of Rice: Redistributive Feasting and Commodity Circulation in Northern Luzon, Philippines. In Beyond the New Economic Anthropology. J Clammer, ed. Macmillan. [social relations; food sharing; feasting; symbolic meaning; Southeast Asia; Philippines; Luzon]

Warde A, Marten L, Olsen W. 1999. Consumption Ahd the Problem of Variety: Cultural Omnivorousness, Social Distinction and Dining Out. Sociology 33(1):105-127. [restaurants; social identity; symbol and meaning; Europe; England; London; Bristol; Preston]

Wilson C. 1971. Food Beliefs Affect Nutritional Status of Malay Fisherfolks. Journal of Nutritional Education 2:96-98. [food beliefs; symbols and meanings; nutritional status; Southeast Asia; Malaysia]

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