- Title Pages
1Creating the Foodways of Uplift
2Booker T. Washington’s Multifaceted Program for Food Reform at the Tuskegee Institute
3W. E. B. Du Bois, Respectable Child-Rearing, and the Representative Black Body
4Regionalism, Social Class, and Elite Perceptions of Working-Class Foodways during the Era of the Great Migration
5World War I, the Great Depression, and the Changing Symbolic Value of Black Food Traditions
6The Civil Rights Movement and the Ascendency of the Idea of a Racial Style of Eating
7Culinary Nationalism beyond Soul Food
- Every Nation Has Its Dish
Jennifer Jensen Wallach
- University of North Carolina Press
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