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- The Amazing Worlds of Archaeology, Anthropology, & Ancient Civilizations - History, Social Studies and More has topics over many areas and a range of information. Much of the site links to other sources.
- actionaid.org has a brief discussion on food rights.
- Ancient and Medieval Food is a history article for kids.
- Anthropology Tutorials ushers readers through basic genetics and principles of evolution and introduces key hominid fossils. The cultural anthropology section explores topics such as kinship and social organization. Features include information, quizzes, virtual flash cards, videos, recordings of language samples, and an audio pronunciation guide.
- Anthropology Web Links has informational links on General Anthropology, physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, archaeology, linguisitic anthropology, regional anthropology/archaeology and other information.
- The Archaeology Channel has audio commentaries, audio interviews, audio news from Archaeologica, kalapuya Creation Story. includes a variety of information and links regarding archaeology.
- Armchair World The Last Dinner on the Titanic has the last menu on the titanic.
- Association for the Study of Food and Society is a multidisciplinary international organization dedicated to exploring the complex relationships among food, culture, and society. Its members, who approach the study of food from numerous disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences, as well as in the world of food beyond the academy, draw on a wide range of theoretical and practical approaches and seek to promote discussions about food that transgress traditional boundaries.
- Becoming Human is a journal in which narrator Johanson describes his discovery of what he calls "the ape that shook up man's family tree." This is a glossary, references, Web links, and a news section [including the March report of a skull that may unseat Lucy].
- the portal on carnivore ecology & conservation. has information, articles, links.
- Central Intelligence Agency has information about various countries.
- Meals With International Guests.
Eastern Mediterranean, Middle East and Greece
- World Food Wine has information on the Mexican food history.
- japan-guide.com has information on the geography of Japan.
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- Chef Talk is a site for serious gourmets. Has recipes, food history, and an education center.
- Facts about Mexico.com has information on traditional and modern Mexican dishes.
- CookingSites is a directory and search site of food related information. Theyhave assembled the best sites related to cooking. Find the products and information related to cooking that you are looking for in our directory. It contains a broad spectrum of food-related sites [information, kitchenware, recipes, applices, spices, sauces, cookbooks, etc.] including ethnic resources.
- Israel Travel Tips has a discussion on Israeli Street foods.
- Cultural and Ethnic Food and Nutrition Education Materials: A Resource List for Educators by the Food and Nutrition Information Center.
- Countries of the World has information on countries and maps, flags, definitions, geography, climate, codes, religion, seaport and airport codes.
- Cuisine has information on a range of cuisines in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania and other non-regional cuisines. There is information and discussion with links.
- Economy and the Environment contains a number of reports from and to the EPA. The program carries out research and analyses of the interactions and relationships between the economy and environmental pollution control as well as other aspects of
environmental economics. This includes determining the economic benefits and costs of pollution control, the use of economic incentives for pollution control, and the size, composition, and impacts of the pollution control industry.
- CY2005 Ethnic & Religious Dates has these listed for each month.
- Ethnic Studies at Oregon State University has links and resources.
- Explore Cornell has a variety of interesting links, including a link to a bettle collection and the vast collectionon artifacts pertaining to China, Japan, Korea and Tibet.
- FAOSTAT are the links to FAO statistical databases. Includes: production, trade, food balance sheets, producer prices, land use and irrigation, forest products, fishery products, population, Codex Alimentarious food quality control, fertilizer and pesticides, food aid shipments and more. A variety of other databases are available.
- Field Museum Expeditions has a number of expedititions described.
- FIVIMS is an inter-agency initiative to promote the development of information and mapping systems to gain an improved understanding of food insecurity and vulnerability.
- Food and Culture has a bibliography on food habits.
- Food and Eating is an anthropological perspective by Robin Fox.
- Food History has a variety of articles on various aspects of the history of selected food products. Some such include: beef wellington, stollen, cookies, bakalava and more.
- Food in Every Country
- The FOOD Museum Online has some history of foods and food-related products.
- The Food Reference Website has food reference and history articles, food trivia, food quotes, latest food reference newsletter, newsletter archives, food links, key west links and recipes in "printer friendly format".
- Food Timeline has a time line for various food products in the history.
- Global Destinationsis part of Global Gourmet and has links to countries and regions.
- Gourmed has cuisines and recipes. Includes: albanian, Algerian, Croatan, Cyptan, Egyptian, French, Greek, Israeli, Italian, Lebanese, Libyan, Mediterranean, Moroccan, Serbian, Slovenian, spanish, Syrian, Tunisian, Turkish.
- gourmetsleuth.com has information on Gourmet Foods, including ethnic foods, cookware & tools, cooks tools, pots de creme collection, gifts, baskets, sets, and tableware & servinces. Has information on products and links.
- The Grace Factory Farm Project has the goal to eliminate factory farming in favor of a sustainable food production system which is healthful and humane, economically viable and environmentally sound.
- Grivetti, Louis has his web sites with the many articles listed that are related to food and culture and people. Includes links to some complete article.
- Histories has the history of science. This site emphasizes content.
- History and Legends of Favorite Foods has the history of many different types of foods.
- History of Eating Utensils has information on the various eating utensils.
- Khaoula has the new look of north African women from Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco, you can find your favorite recipe, wedding dress, cooking and more. Appears to be a newspaper/magazine.
- Lakota Winter Counts of the national Anthropological Archives has archives of the Lakota people of the U.S. Great Plains. Has a collection of winter counts and anthropol,ogists and can analyze their iconography at the exhibit. The Lakota marked the passage of time by drawing pictures of memorable events on calendars known as winter counts. This online exhibit features a searchable database of Smithsonian winter count images, a cocumentary about Lakota history and culture, video interviews with Lakota people with personal connections to the winter-count-keeping tradition.
- Leite's Culinaria has the article of Dining Through the Decades with links and information.
- List of Ethnic Groups on Wikipedia. An ethnic group is a human population whose members identify with each other, usually on the basis of a supposedly shared common genealogy or ancestry (Smith 1986). Henceforth, this list may include only groups whose members self-identify and/or are identified by others as members of an ethnic group.
- Medieval/Renaisance Recipe Book. has many links of interest to those in this area.
- NationalGeographic.Com has their section regarding magazines, tv and film, news. Also sections on: Animals and Nature, History and Culture, Maps, News, Photography, Travel.
- Oldways Preservation & Exchange Trust has essays, calendars of events. Oldways is a young and growing non-profit organization with simple objectives: to promote healthy, clean foods and to encourage healthy eating.
- Oregon Historical Society has collections, education, programs, membership.
- Oregon State University Extension Family and Community Development covers a variety of ways to deal with diverse issues. Includes some information on diversity.
- OSSHE Cultural and Historical Atlas Resource Developed cooperatively between the University of Oregon Department of History, UO New Media Center and Department of Geography InfoGraphics Lab. All of the atlas resources contained in this site are original materials produced for this project.
- Research Centre for the History of Food and Drink has information and ongoing information on activities. Incldues a link to other food-related sites worth looking at.
- Resources for the Anthropological Study of Food Habits has a listing of literature for a variety of different cultures regarding food habits.
- Rosetta Project s a global collaboration of language specialists and native speakers working to build a publicly accessible online archive of ALL documented human languages. Our goal is to create the most broad and complete reference work on the languages of the world to date- a reference work of relevance for academic researchers and educators as well as native communities looking for materials in support of language revitalization work.
- Sexual Cannibalism is an orticle elucidating the possible sources of cannabism. Includes links to: historical perspective; divine hunger; survival cannibalism; criminal cannibalis; aggression cannibalism; ritualistic & epicurean cannibalism and other chapters.
- Slow Food International Movement is an international response to the effect fast food has on our society and life. It questions the validity of the fast food philosophy as an unconscious credo that erodes our culinary heritage in the guise of efficiency. Has membership, philosophy, articles, and such.
- Smithsonian Institute has links to a description of places, people, products, and resources. Has links to culiinary history timeline.
- foodspring Southern Africa. A melting pot of cultures and cuisines. Accessed December 31, 2012
- Has the history of a variety of foods.
- The Food Chanel is searchable for different articles and recipes.
Accessed April 30, 2010
- the Food Timeline has a listing of the foodtimeline. Is extensive.
- The Initiative to Eliminate Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health from USDHHS. Includes overview, what's new, resources, meetings and conferences, grants/funding, HHS activities, state/local activities/ partner activities. Includes specific information on diseases.
- Thorn, Bret. Global Culinary Expedition Explores Latin American Cuisine. CalPoly Library Services.
- USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service.
- US AID is the United States Agency for International Development.
- Random History has a variety of articles over a wide array of information, including ancient perspectives on food and nutrition, myths and superstitions surrounding food, and modern nutritional trends.
- VirtualTourist has travel guides for Europe, North America, Asia, South America, Australia and Oceania, Africa, Caribbean and Central America, Middle East, Antarctica with individual countries and cities.
- foodspring Western Sahara. This territory's food customs include meifrisa, a lamb or camel meat dish. Accessed December 31, 2012
- Wikipedia main page of cuisines. Includes links to various countries.
- The World Factbook has appendixes, reference maps, notes and definitions, guide to country profiles, history of the world factbook, flags of the world and gallery of covers.
- World Food Habits Bibliography has references listed according to region and topics.
- World Food Habits. English-language resources for the anthropology of food and nutrition.
- World Public Health Nutrition Association is the voice of public health nutrition as taught and practiced worldwide. It is created at a critical time in history, when the need for collective action in the public interest is most urgent and pressing. We promote and strengthen public health nutrition, as a profession and discipline with responsibility to understand, protect and improve nutrition-related population health and well-being.
- RecipeSource has recipes organized by ethnic cuisines by region and by type.
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