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In-text: (Allard, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Allard, A., 2014. Foodways, Animal Husbandry and Nipmuc Identity: Faunal Analysis from Sarah Boston’s Farmstead, Grafton, MA, 1790–1840. International Journal of Historical Archaeology,.
In-text: (Caplan, 1997)
Your Bibliography: Caplan, P., 1997. Food, health, and identity. London: Routledge.
In-text: (Dietler and Hayden, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Dietler, M. and Hayden, B., 2010. Feasts. Tuscaloosa, Ala.: University of Alabama Press.
In-text: (Haaland, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Haaland, R., 2012. Changing food ways as indicators of emerging complexity in Sudanese Nubia: from Neolithic agropastoralists to the Meroitic civilisation. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 47(3), pp.327-342.
In-text: (Hastorf, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Hastorf, C., 2012. Steamed or Boiled: Identity and Value in Food Preparation. eTopoi. Journal for Ancient Studies, [online] 0(0). Available at: <http://journal.topoi.org/index.php/etopoi/article/view/56> [Accessed 25 January 2015].
In-text: (Pavao-Zuckerman and Loren, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Pavao-Zuckerman, B. and Loren, D., 2012. Presentation is Everything: Foodways, Tablewares, and Colonial Identity at Presidio Los Adaes. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 16(1), pp.199-226.
In-text: (Twiss, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Twiss, K., 2012. The Archaeology of Food and Social Diversity. Journal of Archaeological Research, 20(4), pp.357-395.
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