Emily Contois has collected a number of links and web resources related to the Association for the Study of Food and Society's recent annual meeting (https://emilycontois.com/2016/06/27/association-for-the-study-of-food-and-society-2016-a-debrief/), some of which may be of interest to historians of nutrition.
A network for those interested in the history of nutrition and related fields. This network is intended for the growing number of scholars, teachers, documentary filmmakers, and museum and library professionals engaged with the history of nutrition in any time period or region.
Below is a link to an old essay on thiamin that might still have its uses. The Government Printing Office book that it appeared in is hard to find. I am grateful to Bert Hansen for putting it online.
Some context: This was written in 1975-76 under contract with the National Cancer Institute when the NCI was trying to justify its emphasis on targeted research, rather than basic research. Thus, all the studies in the book give examples of research into specific diseases or medical problems.
The Palate is an online magazine created by and for medical students interested in the role of food and nutrition in the practice of medicine in the 21st century. The editors may allow non-students to publish articles on the history of nutrition and public health if the topics are relevant to medical education or training.
L’Institut Européen d’Histoire et des Cultures de l’Alimentation (IEHCA) is requesting session proposals for the 3rd International Conference on the History and Cultures of Food, 1-2 June 2017 in Tours, France. For more information (in French), see http://histoiresante.blogspot.ca/2016/10/histoire-et-cultures-de-lalimentation.html.
My article on the history of the U.S. FDA's nutrition labeling policies was literally just published yesterday:
Xaq Frohlich, "The informational turn in food politics: The US FDA’s nutrition label as information infrastructure," Social Studies of Science (published online: October 27, 2016).