Revised for the first time in ten years, the second edition of Nutritional Anthropology: Biocultural Perspectives on Food and Nutrition
continues to blend biological and cultural approaches to this dynamic discipline.
While this revision maintains the format and philosophy that grounded the first edition, the text has been revamped and revitalized with new and updated readings, sections, introductions, and pedagogical materials that cover current global food trade and persistent problems of hunger in equal
Unlike any other book on the market, Nutritional Anthropology
fuses issues past and present, local and global, and biological and cultural in order to give students a comprehensive foundation in food and nutrition.