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Hrana
Appadurai, Arjun (1988): How to make a National Cuisine. Cookbooks in Contemporary India U: Comparative Studies in Society and History, 30 (1), str. 3-24.
Atkins, Peter J. (2007): Food and City in Europe since 1800. London: Ashgate.
Belasco, Warren (2008): Food. The Key Concepts. New York: Berg.
Civitello, Linda (2009): Cuisine and Culture. A History of Food and People. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons.
Goody, Jack (1982): Cooking, cuisine and class. A study in comparative sociology. Oxford University Press.
Holt, Mack P. (2006): Alcohol, Social and Cultural History. Oxford: Berg.
Monatanari, Massimo (2002): Food is Culture. New York: Columbia University Press.
Mintz, Sidny W. (1996): Tasting Food, Tasting Freedom. Excursions into Eating, Food and the Past. Boston: Beacon Press.
Đerić, Gordana (2013): Hrana, priča našeg života-prilog studijama hrane i antropologiji ukusa U: Etnoantropološki problemi Sveska 1, str. 41-59.
Oddy, Dereck J. et al. (2009): Rise of Obesity in Europe. A twentieth Century Food History. London: Ashgate.
Pendergast, Mark (2010): Uncommon Grounds:A History Of Coffee and How it Changed the World. New York: Basic Books.
Pendergast, Mark (2000):For God, Country, and Coca-cola. New York: Basic Books
Stiles, Kaelyn; Ozlem, Altiok; Bell, Michael M. (2011): The Ghosts of Identity:Food and the Cultural Politics of Authenticity U: Agriculture and Human Values. Vol 28, Issue 2, str 222-236.
Scholiers, Peter (Ed.) (2001): Food, Drink, Identity-Cooking, Eating and Drinking in Europe since the Middle Ages. Oxford:Berg.
Wilson, Thomas M. (Ed.) (2008): Food, Drink and Identity in Europe. New York: Berg.

Balkan, Jugoslavija: Potrošačko društvo, hrana
Bradatan, Cristina (2003): Cuisine and cultural identity in the Balkans. U: The Anthropology of East Europe Review vol. 21, 1.
Bracewell, Wendy (2012): Eating Up Yugoslavia: Cookbooks and Consumption in Socialist Yugoslavia. U: Paulina Bren and Mary Neuburger (Eds.), Communism unwrapped: consumption in Cold War Eastern Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press, str. 169-196.
Cvetković, Vladimir (2007): Svakodnevnica Francuske porodice Plejust u Srbiji i Jugoslaviji 1939-1949 U: Tokovi istorije vol. 1 (2007/1).
Duda, Igor (2005): U potrazi za blagostanjem- o povijesti dokolice i potrošačkog društva u Hrvatskoj 1950-ih i 1960-ih. Zagreb:Srednja Evropa.
Duda, Igor (2010): Pronađeno blagostanje. Svakodnevni život i potrošačka kultura u Hrvatskoj 1970-ih i 1980-ih. Zagreb:Srednja Evropa.
Dimitrijević, Branislav (2011): Utopijski konzumerizam- nastanak i protivrečnosti potrošaćke kulture u socijalističkoj Jugoslaviji (1950-1970), doktorska disertacija.
Dobrivojević, Ivana (2008): Snabdevanje i standard u FNRJ 1945-1955 U: Historijska traganja br.9, Sarajevo str.65-88.
Drulović, Anja (2005): Titov kuvar. Beograd:Laguna .
Dobrivojević, Ivana (2008): Kultura življenja u Jugoslaviji 1945-1955 U: Tokovi Istorije 1-2, Beograd (2008/1-2).
Dobrivojević, Ivana (2011): Slika jednog društva. Životne prilike na srpskom selu 1945-1955 U: Istorija 20. veka, vol. 29, br. 2, str. 143-157.
Duvnjak, Neven (2012): Analiza sadržaja kuharica posvećenih dalmatinskoj kuhinji: Prilog definiranju načina prehrane u Dalmaciji U: Narodna umjetnost-Hrvatski časopis za etnologiju I folkloristiku vol. no 2.
Golija, Maja Godina (2010): From Gibanica to Pizza. Changes in the Slovene Diet in the Twentieth Century, Glasnik Etnografskog Instituta vol. 2 str. 117-130.
Fotić, Aleksandar (2003): (Ne)sporno uživanje-pojava kafe i duvana u: Privatni život u srpskim zemljama u osvit modernog doba Beograd:Clio str. 261-301.
Ivanišević, Jelena (2008):Kada kuhaju bake…tradicija i povijest u dvema bakinim kuharicama, U:Narodna umjetnost-hrvatski časopis za etnologiju i folkloristiku vol. no 2.
Jezernik, Božidar (2001) :Where Paradise was but a Slip of Hellish Brew Away. A Story of Coffee in the Balkans U: Ethnologia Balcanica 5 , str. 193-206.
Jovanović, Radul (2008): Alkoholizam u seoskoj sredini U: Socijalna misao, vol. 15, br. 3,str. 59-69.
Jokić, Nedeljko et al. (2011): Recepture za pripremanje jela u JNA, Ljubljana:Ebesede
Kaneva-Johnson, Maria (1994): The Melting Pot: Balkan Food and Cookery. Devon: Prospect Books.
Krasteva-Blagoeva, Evgenija (2008):Tasting the Balkans. Food and Identity.U: Ethnologia Balcanica 12, str. 25-36.
Kromhout, Daan et al., (1989): Food Consumption patterns in the 1960s Seven Countries U: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition;br.49; str. 889-894.
Kruszec, Agata (2004): Vukova trpeza- Kulinarska terminologija u prvom izdanju srpskog Rječnika 1818. Zbornik Matice srpske za filologiju i lingvistiku, vol. 47, br. 1-2, str. 233-296.
Katičić, Jelena (et al.) (1987): Balkanska kuhinja: Jugoslavija, Rumunija, Bugarska, Albanija, Grčka, Turska. Beograd: Jugoslovenska knjiga.
Lutar, Brenda and Pušnik, Maruša (Ed.) (2010): Remembering utopia. The Culture of Everyday life in Socialist Yugoslavia. Washington:New Academia Publishing.
Malešević, Miroslava (2012) Iskušenja socijalističkog raja- refleksije konzumerističkog društva u jugoslovenskom filmu 60-ih godina XX veka U: Glasnik Etnografskog instituta SANU, vol. 60, br. 2, str. 107-123.
Marković, Spasenija Pata (1961): Jugoslovenska kuhinja-specijaliteti. Beograd.
Petrović, Milan (1976): Kvalitativne razlike u ishrani stanovništva Jugoslavije u zavisnosti od socio-ekonomske pripadanosti domaćinstva s posebnim osvrtom na teritorijalne razlike. Beograd: Savezni Zavod za statistiku.
Patterson, Patrick Hyder (2011): Bought and Sold, Living and Losing the Good life in Socialist Yugoslavia. Ithaca: Cornel University Press.
Radojičić, Dragana (2012): Dijalozi za trpezom. Antropološka monografija o kulturi ishrane. Beograd: Etnografski institut SANU i Službeni glasnik.
Selinić, Slobodan (2005): Beograd 1960-1970-snabdevanje i ishrana, Beograd: INIS
Tomić, Snežana (2010): Brendiranje tradicionalnih suhomesnatih proizvoda U: Etnoantropološke sveske br. 14, str. 139-155.

Imagologija
Bakić-Hayden, Milica (2006): Varijacije na temu Balkan. Beograd:Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju.
Bijelić, Dušan I. (Ed.) (2002): Balkan as Metaphor.Boston: MIT Press.
Hammond, Andrew (2011): Cold War Discourse u Andrew Hammond: The debated lands. British and American representatitons of the Balkans. Cardiff:University of Wales Press.
Goldsvorti,Vesna(2005):Izmišljanje Ruritanije-imperijalizam mašte. Beograd:Geopoetika
Longinović, Tomislav Z. (2011): Vampire Nation. Violence as Cultural Imaginary. London
Todorov, Cvetan (1994): Mi i Drugi. Beograd: Biblioteka XX veka.
Todorova, Marija (2004): Imaginarni Balkan. Beograd:Bibilioteka XX veka.

Amerika, žurnalizam
Lutz, Catherine A,Collins, Jane L. (1993): Reading National Geographic. Chicago:Chicago University Press.
Hamilton, John Maxwell, (2009): Journalisms Roving Eye. A History of American Foreign reporting. Baton Rouge: Louisiana University Press.
Vaugh, Stephen L. (Ed.) (2008): Encyclopedia of Ameirican Journalism. New York:Routledge.
Furich, Elfriede and Kavoori Anaandam P. (2001): Mapping a Critical Framework for the Study of Travel Journalism. U: International Journal of Cultural Studies vol 4, str. 149-169.

Turizam, turistička propaganda
Grandits, Hannes and Taylor,Karin (Eds.) (2010): Yugoslavias Sunny Side a History of Tourism in Socialism. Budapest/New York CEU Press.
Koshar, Rudy (2002): Histories of Leisure (Leisure, Consumption, Culture).Oxford:Berg
Kovačević, Slavko: Efikasnost turističke propagande Jugoslavije na međunarodnom tržištu, u: Marketing : časopis Jugoslavenskog udruženja za marketing JUMA ISSN: 0581-1023.- 19, 4, str. 301-306.
Reisinger, Yvette and Turner, Lindsay (2003): Cross cultural behaviour in tourism. Butterworth-Heinemann.
Stanković, Stevan M. (1990): Turizam u Jugoslaviji. Beograd : Turistička štampa.

Jugoslavija opšti pregledi; Jugoslavija i Amerika
Berend, Ivan (2001): Centralna i Istočna Evropa 1945-1993. Iz periferije zaobilaznim putem nazad u periferiju. Podgorica: CID.
Bogetić, Dragan (2012): Jugoslovensko-američki odnosi : 1961-1971. Beograd:Institut za savremenu istoriju.
Jović, Dejan (2003): Jugoslavija. Država koja je odumrla: Uspon, kriza i pad Četvrte Jugoslavije. Zagreb i Beograd: Prometej, Samizdat B92.
Jakovina, Tvrtko (2002): Socijalizam na američkoj pšenici (1948-1963). Zagreb:Srednja Evropa.
Jakovina, Tvrtko (2001): Život u limenci s crvima, (Kako su živjeli i doživljavali Titovu Jugoslaviju? Razgovori američkih diplomata skupljenih u Foreign Affairs Oral History Program Udruge za diplomatske studije I Sveučilišta Georgetown u Washingtonu) U: Historijski zbornik, god. LIV, Zagreb, str. 159-186.
Marković, Predrag (1996): Beograd između istoka i zapada. Beograd:Službeni list SRJ.
Ristović, Milan (Ed.) (2007): Privatni život kod Srba u dvadesetom veku. Beograd: Clio.
Vučetić, Radina (2012): Koka-kola Socijalizam.Amerikanizacija jugoslovenske popularne kulture 60-ih godina XX veka. Beograd:Službeni glasnik.
Wilmer, Franke (2002): Social Construction of Man, the State and War. Identity, Conflict and Violence in Former Yugoslavia New York:Routledge.
Čalić, Mari-Žanin (2013): Istorija Jugoslavije u 20. veku. Beograd:Clio.

Izvori

National Geographic
About Balkans
The Bulgarians (July 1980)
Albania, alone against the world (October 1980)
Americans afoot in Rumania (June1969)
Romania Maverick (November 1975)
War torn Greece looks ahead (December 1949)
On the wind of the Dodecanese (January 1953)
Jerusalem to Rome in the path of st. Paul (December 1956)
Athens to Istanbul (January 1956)
Aegean Isles Poseidon’s Playground (December 1958)
Athens her golden past still lights the world (July 1963)
Again the Olympic challenge (October 1964)
In the footsteps of Alexander the great (January 1968)
The Aegean Isles the birthplace of western civilization (August 1972)
Greece to be indomitable to be joyous (March 1980)
Mount Athos (December 1983)
Eternal Easter in a Greek village (December 1983)
Turkish republic comes of age (June 1945)
Turkey paves the path to future (August 1951)
Robert College Turkey (September1957)
Turkeys Coast (January 1958)
Yankee Cruises the Aegean (December 1966)
Istanbul city astride two continents (October 1973)
Turkey Crossfire at Ancient Crossroads (July 1977)

Yugoslavia

National Geographic
Yugoslavia: Between East and West (February 1951)
Yugoslavia’s Window on the Adriatic (February 1962)
Down the Danube by Canoe (July 1965)
Yugoslavia: Six Republics in One (May 1970)
The Danube: River of Many Nations, Many Names (October 1977)
Montenegro: Yugoslavia’s Black Mountain (November 1977)
Jewels of the Adriatic: Yugoslavia’s sparkling Coast (Autumn 1988)
Yugoslavia: A House Much Divided (August 1990)

New York Times
Seeing Yugoslavia-Trip through the Country is an Interesting Experience for the Hardy Tourist (22. February 1953)
The tranquil isles of Dalmatian coast (28. July 1963)
So you are planning a trip to Europe (1. april 1967)
A rush to Belgrade and Beyond (1. March 1970)
Basking in Warm Montenegro (22. November 1970)
Feasting and Games open New Croatian campground (24. November 1974)
For six weeks I was a Yugoslav (14. August 1975)
Whats Doing in: Belgrade (23. April 1978)
Whats Doing in: Zagreb (18. November 1979)
Island Hoping along Yugoslavias Adriatic Coast (1. february1981)
Dining out: Hot cevapcici on the East End (23. June 1986)
Lost among the Carnivores in Yugoslavia (20. September 1987)
On and Off the Slopes of Sarajevo (27. November 1988)
Titos Retreat Goes Public (29. January 1989)
A Yugoslav City of Minarets (16. April 1989)
Yugoslavia the land of 16 lakes (2. July 1989)

Orange Coast
Sea-ing Yugoslavia (October 1987)
Breaking Down the Wall (January 1990)
Dubrovnik Yugoslavia (June 1991)
Skiing
Letters from Yugoslavia-skiing, slivovitz and sausages (November 1967)
Skiing in Yugoslavia (February 1984)

Newyorker
Letter from Belgrade (14. Oct. 1950)
Letter from Trieste (Oct. 1950)
Letter from Belgrade (25. Aug. 1956)
Letter from Belgrade (Oct. 1959)
Letter from Belgrade (21. Sept. 1963)
Letter from Skopje (17. Oct. 1964)

Harvard Crimson
Notes from a Yugoslavian Journey (16. Oct.1961)

Life
Yugoslavia our communist ally (15. Jan. 1951)
High policy by reds in high spirits (13. June 1955)
A Maverick Communist Country full of Surprises Goes All Out For Tourism(27. May 1966)

Time
Yugoslavia: Pigs head and caviar (7. June 1954)
Private talk with Tito (22. Oct. 1956)
Yugoslavia Half Karl and Half Groucho (7. May 1965)

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Yugoslavia, under the sun-history (10 august 1986)

People Magazine
Sarajevo is Ready (21 may 1984)

The Morning Call
A taste of Sarajevo (15. february 1984)

Ogdenburg Journal
Journalists Journey (8. April 1955)
Beauty Spots Visited by Ogdenburg Tourists (10. april 1955)
New Port band enjoys Slivovitz (8. Feb. 1984)
Lets visit Yugoslavia (23. Jan. 1984)

The Northcountry man
Woman of the Woods (5. Sept. 1963)

Masena Observer
From field days in Yugoslavia (13. Dec. 1983)

Christian Science Monitor
Plitvice-a well kept secret (10 may 1985)

Chicago Tribune
Yugoslavian Fare Simple but Watch it (29 august 1986)

LA Times
Workers Joke but Yugoslavias Economy is not Funny (21 march 1987)
Yugoslavs relishes opening of Mcdonalds in Belgrade (24 march 1988.)

Turisticki vodiči
Barbara and Joel Halpern, „Yugoslavia“, American Geographic Society (1956)
Edmund Stillman and the editors of Life „Balkans“. New York:Time Incorporated (1964)
Carol Green „Yugoslavia- Enchantment of the World“ Chicago: Children press (1984)
“Fodors Yugoslavia“New York and London: Fodors Travel Publications(1990)

Filmovi
Pan Am, Wings to Yugoslavia, TFA Network (1964)
CBS, Yugoslavia (1986)

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