Tag: Latinx foodways

From Jute Harvests to Mall Food Courts: Fostering Discourse through Food Spaces

aeadams60 , March 25th, 2019


Sarah Fouts American Studies, UMBC Blog editors’ note: This is the spring edition of the Latinx Foodways in North America series, which looks at different approaches scholars use…


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Latino Memphis

foodanthro , May 1st, 2018


  By Simone Pierre Delerme Memphis’ Summer Avenue has become an enclave with a concentration of Latino-owned restaurants and small businesses. Along the corridor, one will find some…


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Thesis Review and Interview: Tacos, Gumbo, and Work

kgraf , December 7th, 2017


Photograph: Fernando Lopez Please note: As Associate Editor, I am soliciting reviews of recent dissertations in the Anthropology of Food. So if you have written a recent thesis or…


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Recovery Workers, Latinx Foodways, and Small-Business Development in New Orleans

foodanthro , October 11th, 2017


Blog Editor’s note: This is the first installment in FoodAnthropology’s new series on Latinx foodways in North America. We welcome contributions from researchers in this area. More details…


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Latinx Foodways in North America: A Blog Series

foodanthro , October 11th, 2017


Sarah Fouts, series editor Postdoctoral Fellow Latin American and Latino Studies Program Lehigh University From threats of “taco trucks on every corner” and immigration raids in restaurants to…


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