I’m pleased to share the restaurant reviews and interviews my Brown students wrote, working to define American food.
Consider these writing productivity tips from food historian Ken Albala, author or editor of 25 books to date.
A few words of summary and thanks from my dissertation, “The Dudification of Diet: Food Masculinities in Twenty-First-Century America.”
The stories behind how Anna Zeide and I first met + how fate has brought me to Oklahoma … twice.
Garrett Broad set out to critically examine how food justice functions, its limitations and contradictions, and how it could change the food system.
Combining food and labor history, Janis Thiessen tells the stories of independent Canadian producers of chips, chocolate, and candy.
I’m thrilled to announce I’m now writing for Nursing Clio! My most recent essay explores retro microwave cookbooks alongside today’s mug cake trend.
In “Food in American Society and Culture,” we ask and work to answer the polemic, complex, and contradictory question, “How do we define American food and how does food define Americans?”
Medical historian Andrew Ruis shares from his new book on the local origins of school lunch in the U.S. in the early 20th century with lessons for today’s debates.
Over the last decade, I’ve researched dieting and weight loss in U.S. culture, but I’ve rarely written about the personal histories that led me to this topic…
S. Margot Finn’s new book asserts that today’s foodie mania is the result of class anxiety, not culinary enlightenment or decline, with fascinating comparisons to the Gilded Age.
The blog is turning five! Here’s five more reasons why I blog, and why other academics should too.
The Capitalism and the Senses workshop considered how the market has historically manipulated sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell.
#OXYFOOD17 was a truly great food studies conference full of groundbreaking scholarship, fellowship, and California sunshine.
Drawing from hundreds of cookbooks from 1390s-1920s, the Reading Historic Cookbooks seminar taught participants to listen to the voices in these texts.