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Alex Ketchum is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at McGill University focusing on feminist restaurants, cafes, and coffeehouses in the United States and Canada from the 1960s to present day. Her work integrates, food, environmental, and gender history. She has a MA in History and Women and Gender Studies also from McGill University and a Honors BA in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Wesleyan University. At McGill University, she teaches in the Women's Studies Program. In addition to her dissertation research, she is founder and editor of The Historical Cooking Project, a website dedicated to food history scholarship. She is actively involved in feminist, food, and environmental politics. She was co-manager of an organic farm from 2008-2012 and has worked on organic farms in Ireland and France. In 2009, she founded Farm House in Middletown, Connecticut, a living community dedicated to food politics work that continues today.

How to Start a Feminist Restaurant

How to Start a Feminist Restaurant

by Alexandra Ketchum

During a time when much attention has been given to sexual harassment and labor issues in the restaurant industry, *How ...

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