California Studies in Food and Culture

Darra Goldstein, Editor

The California Studies in Food and Culture series considers the relationship between food and culture from a range of disciplines and approaches including anthropology, sociology, history, economics, philosophy, and women's studies. The series seeks to broaden the audience for serious scholarship as well as to celebrate food as a means of understanding the world.

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Tsukiji: The Fish Market at the Center of the World

Theodore C. Bestor
California Studies in Food and Culture, 11
$29.95, £24.95 Paperback
July 2004

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Zinfandel: A History of a Grape and Its Wine

Charles L. Sullivan
California Studies in Food and Culture, 10
$38.95, £32.95 Hardcover
September 2003

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Camembert: A National Myth

Pierre Boisard
California Studies in Food and Culture, 4
$42.95, £35.95 Hardcover
July 2003

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Revolution at the Table: The Transformation of the American Diet

Harvey Levenstein
California Studies in Food and Culture, 7
$34.95, £27.95 Paperback
May 2003

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Paradox of Plenty: A Social History of Eating in Modern America, Revised Edition

Harvey Levenstein
California Studies in Food and Culture, 8
$34.95, £27.95 Paperback
May 2003

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Dangerous Tastes: The Story of Spices

Andrew Dalby
California Studies in Food and Culture, 1
$34.95 Paperback
October 2002

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Eating Right in the Renaissance

Ken Albala
California Studies in Food and Culture, 2
$47.95, £39.95 Hardcover
February 2002