Food in global history / edited by Raymond Grew.
- Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press 1999
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Food and global history / Raymond Grew -- Circles of growing and eating : the political ecology of food and agriculture / Harriet Friedmann -- The impact of new world crops on the diet and economy of China and India, 1600-1900 / Sucheta Mazumdar -- All the world's a restaurant : on the global gastronomics of tourism and travel / Rebecca L. Spang -- On "cabbages and kings" : the politics of Jewish identity in post-colonial French society and cuisine / Joëlle Bahloul -- Food policies, nutrition policies, and their influence on processes of change : European examples / Elisabet Helsing -- Food policy research in a global context : the West African Sahel / Della McMillan and Thomas Reardon -- Childhood nutrition in developing countries and its policy consequences / Noel W. Solomons -- Food system globalization, eating transformations and nutrition transitions / Jeffrey Sobal -- Fat and sugar in the global diet : dietary diversity in the nutrition transition / Adam Drewnowski -- The 'mad cow' crisis : a global perspective / Claude Fischler -- The family meal and its significance in global times / Alex McIntosh -- We eat each other's food to nourish our body : the global and the local as mutually constituent forces / Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney -- Food and the counterculture : a story of bread and politics / Warren Belasco.
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