The following is a short list of books, articles, and websites that offer deeper insight into food voice, representation, and food media. A complete reference list can be found in the Works Cited section of the thesis.

Food Voice and Representation

Abarca, M. E. (2007). Charlas Culinarias: Mexican Women Speak from Their Public Kitchens. Food and Foodways, 15(3-4), 183–212. doi: 10.1080/07409710701620094

Abarca, M. E., & Colby, J. R. (2016). Food memories seasoning the narratives of our lives. Food and Foodways, 24(1-2), 1–8. doi: 10.1080/07409710.2016.1150101

Adichie, C. N. (2009). Retrieved May 20, 2020, from

Eder, D. J. (2007). Bringing Navajo Storytelling Practices into Schools: The Importance of Maintaining Cultural Integrity. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 38(3), 278–296. doi: 10.1525/aeq.2007.38.3.278

Earth to Tables. (2020, July 06). Ways of Knowing. Retrieved August 04, 2020, from

Franklin, S. B. (2018). Edna Lewis: At the Table with an American Original. University of North Carolina Press.

Landrum, R. E., Brakke, K., & McCarthy, M. A. (2019). The pedagogical power of storytelling. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology, 5(3), 247–253.

Reese Ashanté M. (2019). Black food geographies: race, self-reliance, and food access in Washington, D.C. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Stone-Mediatore, S. (2006). Reading across borders: storytelling and knowledges of resistance. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Studio ATAO. (2020). A Toolkit For Recognizing, Disrupting & Preventing Tokenization in Food Media. Retrieved June 29, 2020, from


Bower, A. (1997). Recipes for reading: community cookbooks, stories, histories. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.

Ferguson, K. (2012). Intensifying Taste, Intensifying Identity: Collectivity through Community Cookbooks. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 37(3), 695–717. doi: 10.1086/662697

Franklin, S. B. (2018). Edna Lewis: At the Table with an American Original. University of North Carolina Press.

Helms Tippen, C. (2018). Inventing authenticity: how cookbook writers redefine Southern identity. Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas Press.

Tipton-Martin, T. (2020). About the Jemima Code. Retrieved August 03, 2020, from

Zafar, R. (2019). Recipes for respect: African American meals and meaning. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia Press.

Narrative Change

Center or Story-Based Strategy . (n.d.). Theory of Change. Retrieved from

Oral History

OHA Principles and Best Practices. (2018). Retrieved from

Raleigh Yow, V. (2005). Recording Oral History: A Guide for the Humanities and Social Sciences 2nd edition (Second). Altamira Press.

Ritchie, D. A. (2015). Doing oral history: a practical guide. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.Stoler, A., & Strassler, K. (2015). Memory Work in Java a Cautionary Tale. In The Oral History Reader (3rd ed., pp. 283–309). Routhledge.

Model of Affordances and Constraints

David. (2017, January 27). Affordances and Constraints. Retrieved from

Doval, D. (2017, July 28). Affordances, Constraints and Conventions. Retrieved from