Publications

2019

Cantor, Allison R. Tourism & Maternal Health: Customs, Beliefs, and Everyday Practices. Lexington Books.

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2018               

Cantor, Allison R., Chan, Isabella, and Baines, Kristina. “From the Chacra to the Tienda: Dietary Delocalization in the Peruvian Andes.” Food and Foodways.

 

2016 

Vamos, Cheryl A., Cantor, Allison, Thompson, Erika T., Detman, Linda, Bronson, Emily, Phelps, Annette, Louis, Judette M., Gregg, Anthony, Curran, John S., and William Sappenfield. “The Obstetric Hemorrhage Initiative (OHI) in Florida: The Role of Intervention Characteristics in Influencing Implementation Experiences among Multidisciplinary Hospital Staff.” Maternal and Child Health Journal 20 (10): 2003-2011.

              

Vamos, Cheryl A., Thompson, Erika T., Cantor, A., Detman, Linda, Bronson, Emily, Phelps, Annette, Louis, Judette M., Gregg, Anthony, Curran, John S., and William Sappenfield. “Contextual factors influencing the implementation of the Obstetrics Hemorrhage Initiative in Florida.” Journal of Perinatology 37 (2): 150-156

 

2015               

Chan, Isabella, Bronson, Emily, and Allison Cantor. “Vaginal Birth after Cesarean Section: Provider Perspectives and Maternal Decision Making.” Florida Public Health Review. 12: 41-48.

 

2014               

Himmelgreen, David A., Romero-Daza, Nancy, Cantor, Allison, and Sara Arias. “Is the Cup Half-Empty or Half-Full?: Experiences and Perceptions of Food Security in the Face of Economic Transition in Rural Costa Rica.” In Off the Edge of the Table: Women Redefining the Limits of the Food System and the Experience of Food Insecurity, edited by Janet Page-Reeves, 167-192. London, Lexington.

             

Himmelgreen, David A., Cantor, Allison, Arias, Sara, and Nancy Romero Daza.“Using a Biocultural Approach to Examine Migration/Globalization, Diet Quality, and Energy Balance.” Physiology & Behavior 134:76-85.

 

2013               

Cantor, Allison, Peña, Jenny, and David Himmelgreen. “‘We Never Ate Like That, Not Fast Food, or Junk Foods.’ Accounts of Changing Maternal Diet in a Tourist Community in Rural Costa Rica.” Ecology of Food and Nutrition 52 (6): 479-496.

        

Selander, Jodi, Cantor, Allison, Young, Sharon M., and Daniel C. Benyshek.“Human Maternal Placentophagy: A Pilot Survey of Self-Reported Motivations and Experiences Associated with Placenta Consumption.” Ecology of Food and Nutrition 52 (2): 93-115.          

 

In Preparation

Cantor, Allison R. “‘Yo trato de no llorar: When Birth Becomes Violence"

 

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