Food and Contact

Food and Contact

For May 3, everyone is assigned Deitler 2007 and then a second paper to be negotiated.  Bring notes and be ready to explain the papers to your colleagues.

Deitler, Michael. 2007      Culinary Encounters: Food Identity and Colonialism. In Archaeology of Food and Identity, edited by Katheryn C. Twiss, pp. 218-242. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

Gifford-Gonzalez, Diana. 2007      Foodways on the Frontier: Animal Use and Identity in Early Colonial New Mexico. In Archaeology of Food and Identity, edited by Katheryn C. Twiss, pp. 260-287. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

Knudson, Kelly, Barra O’Donnabhain, Charisse Carverc, Robin Cleland, and T. Douglas Price. 2012      Migration and Viking Dublin: Paleomobility and Paleodiet through Isotopic Analyses. Journal of Archaeological Science 39(2):308 -320.

Redfern, Rebecca C. Christine Hamlin, and Nancy Beavan Athfield. 2010      Temporal changes in diet: a stable isotope analysis of late Iron Age and Roman Dorset, Britain. Journal of Archaeological Science 37(6):1149–1160.

Reitz, Elizabeth J. and Gregory A. Waselkov. 2015      Vertebrate Use at Early Colonies on the Southeastern Coasts of Eastern North America. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 19(1):21-45.