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FOOD, HEALTH, AND CULTURE IN LATINO LOS ANGELES

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FOOD, HEALTH, AND CULTURE IN LATINO LOS ANGELES

ABOUT THE AUTOR

Sarah Portnoy received her Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in Romance Languages and Literatures in 2005. Currently, she is an Associate Professor (teaching) in the Departments of Spanish and Portuguese and American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Southern California where she conducts research and teaches about food culture and food justice in Los Angeles’s Latino communities. She teaches food-related courses at USC, “Food Culture in Latino Los Angeles,” “Food Justice in Latino Los Angeles,” “Food, Health and Culture in Latino Los Angeles, as well as a yearly course in Oaxaca, Mexico on food culture, street art, and traditional medicine.

Her 2016 book, Food, Health and Culture in Latino Los Angeles (Rowman & Littlefield, Inc.) has received recognition for its contribution to furthering the field of food justice and Food Studies. 

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