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Coffee people in Tehran, Glasgow and Amsterdam2020 Journal of consumer culture 20 (1): 122-40
  • Jan Rath
  • Reza Shaker Ardekani
H6 [JOURNAL-]1469-5405
'The heart of the country': the primacy of peasant and maize in modern Guatemala2019 Journal of Latin American studies 51 (2): 273-306
  • David Carey Jr.
*H6/KUL [JOURNAL-]0022-216XSpanish and Portuguese summaries
Globalizing tradition: the changing careers of the Café in Spain and China2018 Traditional dwellings and settlements review 29 (2): 73-84
  • Marta Catalan Eraso
H6 [TRADITIONAL-]1050-2029
From the tea to the coffee ceremony: modernizing Buddhist material culture in contemporary Korea2017 Material religion 13 (1): 1-22
  • Uri Kaplan
H6/KFO [MATERIAL-]1743-2200
Contraband coffee: illegal economy and coffee smuggling in East and Central Africa, ca. 1950-19802017 International journal of African historical studies 50 (2): 327-47
  • Jan Kuhanen
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-]0361-7882
Coffee and coffee culture in the work of Hüseyin Rahmi Gürpınar2017 Journal of folklore and literature 3: 211-36
  • Seda Gül Kartal
1300-7491English summary
Cultivating sustainability literacy and public engagement in Intag, Ecuador2016 Anthropology in action 23 (2): 4-12
  • Linda D'Amico
H6/KF [BASAPP-]0967-201X
Fortunes for sale: cultural politics and commodification of culture in millennial Turkey2015 European journal of cultural studies 18 (3): 319-38
  • Zeynep K. Korkman
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494
Coffee and the moral order: Ethiopian Jews and Pentecostals against culture2015 American ethnologist 42 (4): 734-48
  • Don Seeman
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Uneven development in Papua New Guinea highlands. Mining, corporate social responsibility, and the 'life market'2015 Focaal (73): 57-69
  • Jerry K. Jacka
H6/KF [FOCAAL-]0920-1297
Brands and urban life: specialty coffee, consumers, and the co-creation of urban café sociality2014 Space and culture 17 (1): 85-99
  • Sonia Bookman
H6 [SPACE-]1206-3312
Deconstructing a global commodity: coffee, culture, and consumption in Japan2014 Journal of consumer culture 14 (3): 343-64
  • Helena Grinshpun
H6 [JOURNAL-]1469-5405
Te- og kaffeservering og kvinnelig dannelse i 1700- tallets borgerskap. Et eksempel på dannelsens materialitet2014 Tidsskrift for kulturforskning 13 (4): 4-18
  • Kari Telste
H6/KVT [TIDSSKRIFT-]1502-7473English summary
Resource allocation for cocoyam and coffee production in Momo, north west region of Cameroon2013 Journal of human ecology 41 (2): 175-81
  • Dorothy E. Fon
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274
Impact of roasting time on the sensory profile of Arabica and Robusta coffee2013 Ecology of food and nutrition 52 (2): 163-77
  • António Eduardo Leitão
  • Fernando Cebola Lidon
  • José Cochicho Ramalho
  • Natalina Cavaco Bicho
  • Nuno Bartolomeu de Alvarenga
H6 [ECOLOGY-]0367-0244
Coffee brands, class and culture in a Canadian city2013 European journal of cultural studies 16 (4): 405-23
  • Sonia Bookman
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494
Delivering the goods: fair trade, solidarity, and the moral economy of the coffee contract in Nicaragua2013 Human organization 72 (3): 177-87
  • Bradley Wilson
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259in thematic section 'Alternative trade and North-South solidarity'
Coffee tourism and community development in Guatemala2013 Human organization 72 (3): 188-98
  • Sarah Lyon
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259in thematic section 'Alternative trade and North-South solidarity'
La derrota del chocolate, la caída de Dios2013 Artes de México (New Series) (110): 52-9
  • José Luís Trueba Lara
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate III: ritual, arte y memoria'; with English version in appendix, 72-96
An eighteenth-century tea table. The materiality and sociability of tea and coffee2012 Ethnologia scandinavica 42: 50-63
  • Kari Telste
H6/KVT [FOLKLIV-]0348-9698
Hot as Hell, black as night. Estonians and coffee2012 Eesti Rahva Museumi aastaraamat 55: 100-23
  • Tuija Saarinen
H6/KVT [TARTU. Eesti Rahva Museum. Aastaraamat.]1406-0388English and Russian summaries
Crónica de una tradición: café "El Cordobés", Progreso, Yucatán2011 Temas antropológicos 33 (2): 125-42
  • Rafael Burgos Villanueva
  • Yoli Palomo Cerrillo
H6/KUL [YUCATAN-]1405-843XEnglish summary
This old colonial coffeehouse2011 Archaeology 64 (1): 49-50, 52, 54, 56
  • Eric A. Powell
*H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]0003-8113
Who has time for Ćejf? Postsocialist migration and slow coffee in neoliberal Chicago2011 American anthropologist 113 (3): 463-77
  • Ana Croegaert
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Croatian summary
Migration and paraethnography in Honduras2011 American ethnologist 38 (3): 548-58
  • Daniel Reichman
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Traditional Turkish coffee through the eyes of Albanian emigrants in Poland2010 Etnografia polska 54 (1/2): 113-30
  • Aleksandra Zalewska
H6/KVM [ETNOGRAFIA-]0071-1861English summary
Endogenous movements for water supply works and their relationships to rural development assistance: the case of the Matengo highlands in southern Tanzania2010 African study monographs 31 (1): 31-55
  • Ryugo Kurosaki
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0285-1601
Coffee, gender, and tobacco. Observations on the history of the Bedouin tent2009 Anthropos (St Augustin) 104 (1): 179-86
  • Benjamin A. Saidel
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
Notes toward a cultural construction of modern foods2009 Social anthropology 17 (2): 209-16
  • Sidney W. Mintz
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0964-0282
'It only takes a jiffy to make': Nestlé, Australia and the convenience of instant coffee2009 Food Culture and Society 12 (2): 217-33
  • Susie Khamis
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
Bremen - Hauptstadt der Kaffeeveredelung2008 Ten Den Zen: jahrbuch Über Museum Bremen 15: 81-94
  • Hartmut Roder
H6 [TEN-]in thematic issue 'Standort Bremen. Qualitäten, Kompetenzen, Attraktionen'
How breakfast happens in the café2008 Time and society 17 (1): 119-34
  • Eric Laurier
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Sugar, rice and coffee in 20th century Asia: introductory analysis of their production and international trade statistics2008 Oriental culture (88): 3-48
  • Hiroyoshi Kano
H6/KWV [ORIENTAL-]0564-0202introduction to special issue 'Rice, sugar and coffee in the economic history of modern Asia'; with CD-ROM
Sugar, rice, coffee and tea in Indonesia: long-term statistical change of their production and international trade2008 Oriental culture (88): 123-43
  • Hiroyoshi Kano
H6/KWV [ORIENTAL-]0564-0202in special issue 'Rice, sugar and coffee in the economic history of modern Asia'; with CD-ROM
Development and mandeling coffee production in Indonesia2008 Oriental culture (88): 145-72
  • Kazuo Sambongi
  • Yukio Ikemoto
H6/KWV [ORIENTAL-]0564-0202in special issue 'Rice, sugar and coffee in the economic history of modern Asia'; with CD-ROM
SPAM and fast-food "glocalization" in the Philippines2007 Food Culture and Society 10 (1): 7-21
  • Ty Matejowsky
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
Wives' domestic and political activities at home: the space of coffee drinking among the Daasanetch of southwestern Ethiopia2006 African study monographs 27 (2): 63-86
  • Toru Sagawa
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0285-1601
Dynamics and processes of economic transformation: from contraband to the coffee industry in Campo Maior2006 Etnográfica: revista do Centro de Estudos de Antropologia Social 10 (2): 251-62
  • Luís Cunha
H6 [ETNOGRAFICA-]0873-6561in special issue 'Formalidade e informalidade'; English summary
'De la nata y el ripio' drinking coffee, changes and social notions of quality in Colombia2005 Archaeological review from Cambridge 20 (2): 118-36
  • Jairo Tacancipá-Falla
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGICAL-]0261-4332in thematic issue 'Issue of food and drink: an interdiscipinary approach'
The traditions and customs of serving Arabic coffee among Bedouin communities2004 Ma'thurat al-sha'biyya 19 (71): 7-29
  • Yaseen Suwailih
H6/KW [MA'THURAT-]English summary in English section, 46
The new Jordanian hospitality: house, host, and guest in the culture of public display2004 Comparative studies in society and history 46 (1): 35-62
  • Andrew Shyrock
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
Buna: Oromo women gathering for coffee2004 Journal of contemporary ethnography 33 (6): 675-703
  • Aman Osman
  • Janet Yedes
  • Robbin Clamons
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0891-2416
Coffeehouses, cosmopolitanism, and pluralizing modernities in Istanbul2002 Journal of Mediterranean studies 12 (1): 119-45
  • Ilay Örs
1016-3476in thematic issue 'History, culture and society in the Mediterranean world'
Intensive cultivation and environment use among the Matengo in Tanzania2001 African study monographs 22 (2): 73-91
  • Masahiko Kato
0285-1601
Where Paradise was but a sip of hellish brew away: a story of coffee in the Balkans2001 Ethnologia balkanica 5: 193-206
  • Božidar Jezernik
H6/KVO 'ETHNOLOGIA-'1111-0411
De la bière de banane au soda en bouteille. Religion et boisson chez les Rwa du Mont Meru (Tanzanie du Nord)2001 Journal des africanistes 71 (2): 77-94
  • Catherine Baroin
0399-03-46French and English summaries
Coffee from djezva (Turkish cofee pot)2000 Glasnik slovenskega etnološkega Društva 40 (3/4): 20-5, 93-4
  • Natasa Jager
0351-2908English summary
How to get coffee in times of shortage2000 Glasnik slovenskega etnološkega Društva 40 (3/4): 26-9, 93-4
  • Polona Boljka
0351-2908English summary
Üben, üben! Saufteufel, calvinistische Gottesdrogen und newsmongers: Von der Adaption des Weiber-Klatsches durch den protestantischen Mann und seine oralen Kulturen1999 Paragrana: internationale Zeitschrift für historische Anthropologie 8 (1): 176-203
  • Birgit Althans
0938-0116in special issue 'Askese]
Clay tobacco pipes and coffee cup sherds in the archaeology of the Middle East: artifacts of social tensions from the Ottoman past1999 International journal of historical archaeology 3 (3): 137-51
  • Uzi Baram
1092-7697in special issue 'Commodities in global perspective]
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