Elizabeth Catte is a public historian, writer, and director of Passel, a socially-conscious historical consulting firm serving nonprofits and unions in Appalachia. She is also a presenter at SFA’s 2018 Summer Symposium in Lexington.
Gravy, the podcast, is on hiatus until May 17. In place of today’s episode, we’re sharing a few poems by Rebecca Gayle Howell, 2018 Summer Symposium John Egerton Scholar n Residence.
Get ready to read (and watch and listen). SFA’s event bibliography will help you prepare for the 2018 Summer Foodways Symposium in Lexington, Kentucky.
SFA invites you to become a member. Join us at the table in 2018 as we explore literature and food, twinned cultural expressions.
Here I am in shrimp country, to see with my own eyes an industry that has been much maligned. If I’m going to cook with shrimp, I need to find a source I can trust.
Life in Apalachicola, Florida, has changed dramatically since SFA documented the area in 2006. Read the recent Tampa Bay Times article by Laura Reiley, and revisit the stories SFA shared as part of the Florida’s Forgotten Coast oral history project.
If I’m asking what is Latino enough, I’m a breath away from asking: What is American enough?
My maternal grandmother, mary gutierrez, whom I called Nana, died when I was ten. It would take me more than twenty years before I would have the courage to find my way back to her.
As told to Erin Byers Murray by Serigne Mbaye I was born in New York, but when I was five, my parents sent me to a boarding school in Senegal, where I spent my childhood. My parents were going through a lot, and I was the young one, so it was easier to ship me … Continued