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Print Publication

Volume 1, No. 1 (Nov. 1977)
Volume 1, No. 2 (Spring 1978)
“Eliot A. Singer”, “Guest Editorial: Thoughts on the New Foodways”
“Leslie Prosterman”, “The Campbell Museum”
Volume 1, No. 3 (Fall 1978)
“Arjun Appadurai”, “Commission on the Anthropology of Food”
“Claude Thouvenot”, “Introduction to the Nature and Objective of the Centre for the Analysis of Human Alimentation Milieus in Nancy, France”


Spring 2014
Issue 2, The Directory (December 1978)
Issue 2, No. 1 (Spring 1979)
“Heather Harr-Mazer”, “Children and Mealtime”
Issue 2, No. 2 (Summer 1979)
“Judith Goode”, Food, Public Policy and the Study of Food Habits”
“Charles Camp”, “Federal Foodways Research, 1935-1943”
Vol. 2, No. 3 (Late Fall 1979)
“Jan Rosenberg”, “Food for Philosophical Thought”
“Rita Moonsammy”, “A Comparison of British and American Foodways as Observed by Travelers of the Early Nineteenth Century”
“Susan Vorchheimer”, “A Brief Culinary Memior”
“Kathleen Healy”, “The Wooden Spoon: A Gastronomic Memoir”
“Martin Ingall”, “The Hot Bird and the Freshman Experience”
“Susan Heller”, “A Frenchman who Reprints Rare Cookbooks for Modern Chefs”
“Simon J. Bronner”, “Foodways Section of American Folklore Society Meets”
Issue 2, Supplement (Summer 1980)
“Charles Camp”, “Model Course Outline: American Foodways”
“Teresa Graedon”, “Perspectives on Food and Hunger”


Volume 3
Volume 3, No. 1 (Fall 1980)
“B. Kirshenblatt-Gimblett and Janet Theophano”, “Homo Gastronomicus”
“Walter Randolph Adams”, “The Interaction of Caffeine and Alcohol in Native American Populations”
Volume 3, No. 2 (Spring 1981)
“B. M. Popkin and J. Katona-Apte”, “International Nutrition”
“L. S. Lieberman”, “Culture and Nutrition”
Volume 3, No. 3 (Fall 1981)
“Michael Owen Jones”, “Course Outline: Foodways and Eating Habits”
“Joan Gussow”, “Course Outline: Nutrition and Behaviour, 1979”


Volume 4
Volume 4, No. 1 (Winter 1982)
“John Maass”, “A Matter of Life or Death (Victorian Polar Explorers and Their Food)”
Volume 4, No. 2 (Spring 1982)
“Renee Valeri”, “Course Outline: Food and Culture”
Volume 4, No. 3 (Fall 1982)


Volume 5
Volume 5, No. 1 (Winter 1983)
“Karen Creuziger”, “Food in Culture: A Course in Food Habits and Attitudes”
“Sue Samuelson”, “Report of the 1982 Meeting of the Foodways Section of the American Folklore Society”
Volume 5, No. 2 (Spring 1983)
“Thomas A. Adler”, “Funny Foods: Humor in the Foodways of Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region”
Volume 5, No. 3 (Spring 1985)
“Hugo A. Freund”, “’What’s Cooking?: Restaurant Culture of the Lower East Side’: An Impressionistic Review of the Conference”
“Carole Counihan”, “Eating Disorders: A Course Outline”


Volume 6
Volume 6, No. 1 (Fall 1985)
“Rayna Green”, “Wasting Away Again in Margaretville: The Cult of Nachismo and the New American Cusine”
“Janice Gadaire”, “An Introduction to Research in Foodways: Periodical Indexes, Part I”
Volume 6, No. 2 (Winter 1986)
“Kathy Neustadt”, “Studying Complex Foodways: An Interview with Judith Goode”
“Janice Gadaire”, “An Introduction to Research in Foodways: General Sources, Part II”
Volume 6, No. 3 (Summer 1986)
“Liz Wickett”, “Earthly Feasts, Heavenly Powers”
“Janice Gadaire”, “An Introduction to Research in Foodways: Foodways Bibliography, Part III”
“Margaret Mills”, “Food for Thought: Meeting the Needs of the Research Community”
Volume 6 Special Issue (Fall 1986)


Volume 7
Volume 7, No. 1 (Spring 1987)
“Benedicte Grima Johnson”, “Food and Fasting: Ramazan in a Pukhtun Village”
“Susan Kalcik”, “Dias de Muertos in Oaxaca, Mexico”
Volume 7, No. 2 & 3 (Summer-Fall 1987)
Kathy Neustadt”, “The Famous Traditional New England Clambake”
“Foodways in British India: A Letter from R.C.A. Edge to Rosan Jordan”


Volume 8
Volume 8, No. 1 (Spring 1988)
“Elizabeth Andoh”, “Tampopo: Gastronomic Glee Japanese Style”
“Dennis Au”, “Let Them Eat Muskrat: Marie Antoniette 1987”
Volume 8, No. 2 (Fall 1988)
“Margaret B. Holman”, “Who Invented Maple Sugar?: A Summary of Recent Research at The Michigan State University Museum”
“William A. Lovis”, “Mushes, Soups, and Stews: A Search for Prehistoric Woodland Diet in the Saginaw Valley”
“Alice Ross”, “Hearth Cookery and History: A Classroom Adjunct”
“Theodore Humphrey”, “Food in the News”
“Anne Kaplan”, “Wild Rice and the Drought”


Volume 9
Volume 9, No. 1 (Spring 1989)
“Barbo Klein”, “Territorial Incursions on the Gruel Platter and Genuine Argentinian Sausages made by Thai Immigrants: Food and Eating in Recent Swedish Scholarship”
“John Allan Cicala”, “Researching a Sicilian Family Ceremonial Dish”
“Joyce S. Toomre”, “Research Methods in Russian Culinary History or Fieldwork in the Library”
“Barbara Wheaton”, “Nineteenth-Century French Cookbooks on CD-Rom Disc”
Volume 9, No. 2 (Fall 1989)
“Éva V. Huseby-Darvas”, “’Wednesday Hungarians’ and Csiga-Noodlemaking in Southeast Michigan”
“M. E. Eliot Hurst”, “The Geography of Diet, Food, and Nutrition”
“Mark McCloud”, “The Functions of a Restaurant”


Volume 10
Volume 10, No. 1 (Spring 1990)
“Mario Montaño” , “Barbacoa de Cabeza among South Texas Mexicans”
“Rick Bayless” , “On Cooking in Mexican Earth”
“Jeffrey R. Parsons” , “Traditonal Saltmaking at Nexquipayac, Mexico”
“Sue Samuelson” , “Course Outline: Food in Culture”
Volume 10, No. 2 (Fall 1990)
“Radmila Fabijanić”, “ Identity on the Table”
“Dana Juriew”, “ DP Cake”


Volume 11
Volume 11, No. 1 & 2 (Spring - Fall 1991)
“Sarah E. Newton”, “Loved, Hated, Hard to Nail Down: Researching Connections Between Popular Culture and Foodways”
“Seán Galivan and Annie Hauck-Lawson”, “Bread and the Artistic Process: Hand-Shaping by Heart”
“Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett”, “Course Outline: Food and Performance”


Volume 12
Volume 12, No. 1 & 2 (1992)
“Richard A. Straw”, “Garden, Fields, and Forest: Pre-Industrial Appalachian Food and Foodlife”
“Annie Hauck-Lawson”, “Hearing the Food Voice: An Epiphany for a Researcher”
“LuAnne Gaykowski Kozma”, “Pierogi: A Photo Essay”


Volume 15
Volume 15 (1995)
“Sojin Kim and R. Mark Livengood”, “Ramen Noodles & Spam: Popular Foods, Significant Tastes”
“Maurie Sacks”, “Metabolising Judaism”
“Helen Tangires”, “Koulourákia: A Photo Essay”
“Suzanne Waldenberger”, “Our daily Bread: A Look at Bible Breads”
“Amy Bentley”, “Book Review Essay: American Abundance Examined: David M. Potter’s People of Plenty and the Study of Food”.
“Luisa Del Giudice”, “Course Syllabi: A Singable Feast: Food and Sing in traditional Italian Culture”
“Annie Hauck-Lawson”, “Cultural Aspects of Food”.


Volume 16
Volume 16 (1996)
“Varick A. Chittenden”, “’Milking It for All It’s Worth’: Foodways Projects and Local Identity”
“Antonia Demas”, “Food Studies Institute Mission Statement”
“Antonia Demas”, “Calcannon: Halloween Foods and Peruvian Potatoes with Irish Cultural Adaptations”
“Gregory Hansen”, “’Just a Taste’: Presenting Foodways in Applied Programming”
“Christina Sánchez-Carretero”, “Día de los Muertos in Toledo, Ohio: A Photo Essay”
“Sample Foodways Assignments & Essays: Food and Personal Identity Assignment”
“Linda Pustz”, “Sample Foodways Assignments & Essays: Student Essay: Golabki”
“Sample Foodways Assignments & Essays: Chili – Variations of a Paradigm Assignment”
“Tracy Boyarsky”, “Sample Foodways Assignments & Essays: Student Essay: Chili”
“Sample Foodways Assignments & Essays: Fast Food as Formula and Ritual Assignment”
“Amy Bentley”, “Course Syllabus: Food History”
“Amy Bentley”, “Course Syllabus: Culture and Food”


Volume 17
Volume 17 (1997)
“Wendy Welch”, “Pouring Out Their Hearts: A Study of How Women Use Coffee”
“Michele Hartley”, “Hand-Crafting a mark: The Study of Marker’s Mark Bourbon as Folk Art”
“Jim Comer”, “Some Remarks on Tea”
“Jennie Germann”, “Fast Food: Singapore’s Addition to Tradition”
“Daniel Sack”, “Whitebread Protestants: Food and Religion in America”
“Warren Belasco”, “Course Syllabus: The American Food Chain”
“Warren Belasco”, “Course Syallabus: American Food”


Volume 18
Volume 18 (1998)
“Stuart Varner”, “Pleasurable Refusal: Veganism, Alternative Identities and Alternative Communities”
“Kim Miller”, “Home for the Holidays: Holiday Food Preparation as Ritual”
“Richard Allen Burns”, “Foodways in the Military”
“Bill Mansfield”, “Looning as a Statement of Downeast Identity”
“Psyche A. Williams Forson”, “’Finger Lickin’ Good?’: Fried Chicken, Black Folks, and the Politics of Their Food[ways]”
“Annie Haulk-Lawson”, “Pickle Day in New York City”


Volume 19
Volume 19 (1999)
“Lynne Hamer”, “Eating in School: Food and Multicultural Education”
“Chris Haar”, “Use of Food Practices as Self-Identity – Exploring Why We Eat as We Do”
“Mary Kreuger”, “Women, Sensuality, and Stigma”
“Cynthia Baron”, “Food, Film, and Television: Media Representations, Public Selections, and Domestic Patterns”
“Sue Carter”, “Food and Foodways in Teaching Writing”
“Lucy Long”, “Foodways: Using Food to Teach Folklore Theories and Methods”
“Barbara Shortridge”, “Franchise Restaurants: Using the Internet to Study Location”
“Marilyn Motz”, “What About A Pizza?: Taste, Genre and Critical Analysis”
“Lucy Long and Bernice Aguilar”, Food Demonstrations in the Classroom: Practicing Ethnography and the Complexities of Identity with Tamales in Northwest Ohio”
“Bernice Agular”, “Tamale (Pork) Recipe”


Online Publication

Fall 2012
Fall 2012, Volume 1: Issue 1
Fall 2013, Volume 2: Issue 1
Spring 2013, Volume 2: Issue 2
Summer 2014, Volume 3: Issue 1