The Southern Foodways Alliance documents, studies, and explores the diverse food cultures of the changing American South.
Can the South leverage its tragic and triumphant histories to lead culturally, intellectually, morally?
The Southern Foodways Alliance drives a more progressive future by leading conversations that challenge existing constructs, shape perspectives, and foster meaningful discussions. We reconsider the past with research, scrutiny, and documentation.
Jason Hernandez thought he’d be in prison for the rest of his days. Cooking became his outlet—and his business.
Editor’s Note: Cooking for His Life—Cynthia Greenlee Director’s Cut: Future of the Restaurant—John T. Edge…
When I first met Farmer Lee, he talked about his bees...
Founding member Ann Abadie reflects on the growth of foodways in cultural studies.
An SFA film by Joe York about Jenni Harris of White Oak Pastures Farm in Bluffton, Georgia.
SFA founding member Marlene Osteen explains the power of SFA events.
The Gadsden Farm Project documents the new agricultural reality of Gadsden County.
The Career Servers Oral History Project surveys men and women who built careers waiting tables in New Orleans, Louisiana; Charleston, South Carolina; and Atlanta, Georgia.
Watch films by two of our summer documentary film interns, Kat Hernandez and Zaire Love.