Maya Hey and Markéta Dolejšová argue that the field of food studies would benefit from speculative fiction.
Catherine Price argues for Carol J. Adams’s 1997 essay, “‘Mad Cow’ Disease and the Animal Industrial Complex.”
Huiying Ng argues for Amitav Ghosh’s “The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable” (2016).
Maegan Krajewski makes the case for Robin Wall Kimmerer’s “Braiding Sweetgrass” (2013).
Erica Maria Cheung makes the case for “Eating Asian America” (2013), an anthology edited by Robert Ji-Song Ku, Martin F. Manalansan, and Anita Mannur.
Gazel Manuel argues for Zilkia Janer’s essay, “(In)edible Nature: New World Food and Coloniality” (2007).
Zenia Malmer makes the case for the textural study of food.
Luis Alexis Rodríguez Cruz argues for “Fishers at Work, Workers at Sea” (2002), written by David Griffith and Manuel Valdés Pizzini.
Alexandra Pelletier argues for Kathryn Asher and Elizabeth Cherry’s 2015 article on the social challenge of transitioning to vegetarianism or veganism.
Vincenza Ferrara argues for “Measuring Food Deserts via GIS-Based Multicriteria Decision Making” (2017), written by Hassan Mohammadian Mosammam, Mozaffar Sarrafi, Jamileh Tavakoli Nia, and Ali Mohammadian Mosammam.