ASFS Book Award Past Winners
Tracey Deutsch, University of Minnesota, Building a Housewife’s Paradise: Gender, Politics, and American Grocery Stores in the Twentieth Century UNC Press, 2010 Carolyn de la Peña, University of California at Davis, Empty Pleasures: The Story of Artificial Sweeteners from Saccharin to Splenda UNC Press, 2010
Janet Poppendieck, Hunter College, SUNY, Free for All: Fixing School Food in America, UC Press, 2010
Belasco Prize for Scholarly Excellence Past Winners
Katharina Vester, American University, "Regime Change: Gender, Class, and the Invention of Dieting in Post-Bellum America" Journal of Social History, Vol. 44, Issue 1 (Fall 2010)
Troy Bickham Texas A&M"Eating the Empire: Intersections of Food, Cookery and Imperialism in Eighteenth Century Britain" Past and Present Vol 198, Issue 1, (Aug. 2008)
Heather Paxson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Post-Pasteurian Cultures: The Microbiopolitics of Raw-Milk Cheese in the United States" Cultural Anthropology, Vol. 23, Issue 1 (Feb. 2008)
ASFS Award for Food Studies Pedagogy Winners
Amy Bentley, New York University, "Global Food Cultures: Mexico." (course) Netta Davis, Boston University, "Experiencing and Understanding Food through the Senses" (course)
Jacob Park and colleagues, Green Mountain College, "Food, Agriculture and Community Development in the Northeast" (course)
Alex MacIntosh Graduate Prize Past Winners
Hanna Garth, University of California Los Angeles
"Disconnecting the Mind and Essentialized Fare: Identity, Consumption, and Mental Distress in Santiago de Cuba"
Emily Yates-Doerr , New York University
"The Opacity of Reductionism: Nutritional Black-Boxing and the Meanings of Nourishment"
In Sun Lee, New York University
"Japanese spin on Italian pasta: the social life of Wafuu pasta in Japan"
Kelly Erby, Emory University
"Worthy of Respect: Black Waiters in Boston before the Civil War"
Brione Bruce, York University
"Social Movement Networking: Organic Farming in Kerala, India"
Scott Rosenbaum, New York University
"A Fox in the Vineyard: History, Culture, Meaning, and Taste"
Bill Whit Undergraduate Prize Past Winners
Victoria Moré, Illinois State University
"Dumpster Dinners: Freeganism at Illinois State University"
Neal Akatsuka, University of Hawai’i
"Haunting Erotics of Gastronomic Desire as Bodily Penetration: Consuming Genetically Modified Food in Japan"
Adrienne Johnson, UC Berkeley
"The American Grotesque: Competitive eating and the cultural meaning of American bodies"
Sveinn Sigurdsson & Ashlan Falletta-Cowden, Lawrence University
"From sustenance to symbol: a multi-generational study of traditionality and modernization in the Icelandic diet"
Joanne Hocking, University of Adelaide, Australia
"From the top of the tree: Fruit, the aristocracy and class distinction in early modern western European paintings"
Andrea Davis, Hampshire College
"A Nutritional Analysis of a Local and Seasonal Diet in the Pioneer Valley"