Refereed Journal Articles and Book Chapters
2019 “Finding the ‘Lost’ Crop of the Incas: the politics of traditional food ‘revalorization’ in the quinoa boom” in Andean Foodways eds. John E. Staller & Susan DeFrance, University of Florida Press. Accepted; expected December 2019.
2019 “Mapping the Multicultural Nation: the Spatial Politics of Difference in Peru’s Gastronomic Boom” A chapter for Shaping Natural Regions: Capitalism, Environment and the Geography of Post-Colonial Peru, University of West Virginia Press. Forthcoming; expected November 2020.
2019 “Creating the Culinary Frontier: A Critical Examination of Peruvian Chefs’ Narratives of Lost/Discovered Foods” Anthropology of Food.
2016 “Nutrition Politics in the Quinoa Boom: Connecting Consumer and Producer Nutrition in the Commercialization of Traditional Foods” International Journal of Food and Nutritional Science 3(6)-1-7.
2015 “Miracle Foods: Quinoa, Curative Metaphors, and the Depoliticization of Global Hunger Politics” Gastronomica 15(4): 70-85.
2015 “The Co-constitution of Neoliberalism, Extractive Industries, and Indigeneity: anti-mining protests in Puno, Peru:” The Extractive Industries and Society 2(1): 112-123.
2018 Review of Steeped in Heritage: The Racial Politics of South African Rooibos Tea. By Sarah Ives. Journal of Political Ecology.
2017 Review of Consuming Identity: The Role of food in Redefining the South. By Ashli Quesinberry Stokes & Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Food, Culture & Society 20(4): 731-733.
2016 Review of The Psychology of Overeating. By Kima Cargill. Gastronomica 16(3): 117-118.
2015 Review of Transgressions: Making Sense of Contemporary Food Politics. Edited by Michael Goodman and Colin Sage, Gastronomica 15(2): 84-85.
2015 Review of Food, Farms & Solidarity. By Chaia Heller. The Graduate Journal of Food Studies. 2(2), 45-46. Electronic document