Contributors include Agnes Atia Apusigah, Neela Badrie, Kenia-Rosa Campo, Dara Cooper, Kelsey Emard, Claudia J. Ford, Hanna Garth, Shelene Gomes, Veronica Gordon, Wendy-Ann Isaac, Lydia Kwoyiga, Gloria Sanders McCutcheon, Eveline M. F. W. Sawadogo/Compaore, Ashanté M. Reese, Sakiko Shiratori, shakara tyler, and Marquitta Webb.
Priscilla McCutcheon is assistant professor of geography at the University of Kentucky.
Latrica E. Best is associate professor of sociology and African and African diaspora studies at Boston College.
Theresa Rajack-Talley is professor in Pan-African studies at Dalhousie University.
"Beyond the Kitchen Table succeeds in the ambitious goal of speaking collectively on issues of food security, food justice, and Black women's agency. Intersectional and transnational, this is a unique and significant contribution to the study of Black foodways." -- Teresa Mares, University of Vermont
"Exciting in its focus on Black women's role in creating community and abundance, this book is a treasure trove of diversity of disciplines and methodologies. No other book has such a wide-ranging diasporic focus." -- Alyshia Gálvez, Lehman College and the City University of New York
[P] University of North Carolina Press / October 31, 2023
0.55" H x 9.21" L x 6.14" W (0.83 lbs) 242 pages