D’Anieri argues migrant farmworker gardens do not eliminate the perils of capitalist oppression but provide spaces of temporary refuge and reprieve.
Do livestock farmers and vegan campaigners have more in common than we might think? Alina McGregor makes the case tackling the global challenges of climate change demands a more cooperative approach.
The struggles and dreams of Latinx immigrant farmers in the United States who have transitioned from working in the fields to operating their own farms.
Ethnographic reflections on multispecies relations between women and animals on Egypt’s urban rooftops.
Review: Indigenous Food Sovereignty in the United States: Restoring Cultural Knowledge, Protecting Environments, and Regaining Health
Essays offering perspectives from Native American chefs, activists, farmers, gardeners, seed-keepers, scholars, and scientists working to reclaim, protect, and steward natural resources to usher in the food sovereignty movement
A Rolling Pin is a Rolling Pin is a Rolling Pin: A Phenomenological Rewatch of David Chang’s Ugly Delicious
A phenomenological analysis of Ugly Delicious
Food pantries and narratives of whiteness, privilege and neoliberal stigma
A Fine Line explores obstacles to women’s advancement in the hospitality industry, including gendered workplaces and sexual harassment
Dana Ferrante offers pathways for addressing ableism and normativity in Food Studies
Elizabeth Schiffler makes the case for the “sushi principle” to consider the affective, material, phenomenological experiences of food and eating.