Bibliography

2017 Summer Foodways Symposium

Charlotte, North Carolina

BOOKS

Gill, Hannah. The Latino Migration Experience in North Carolina: New Roots in the Old North State. UNC Press, 2010.

Weise, Julie. Corazón de Dixie: Mexicanos in the U.S. South since 1910. UNC Press, 2015.

ARTICLES/CHAPTERS

Bouloubasis, Victoria. “The Restaurant Industry Depends on Immigrants. What Happens if We Lose Them?” Indy Week, 22 March 2017.

Graff, Michael. “A City That Punches Up.” Charlotte Magazine, March 2017.

Hanchett, Tom. “A Salad Bowl City: The Food Geography of Charlotte, North Carolina.” The Larder, edited by John T. Edge Elizabeth Engelhardt, and Ted Ownby, University of Georgia Press, 2013.

Hanchett, Tom and Eric Hoenes del Pinal. “Charlotte in Five Tamales: Unwrapping Cultural Geography.” Gravy, no. 62, Winter 2016.

Holpuch, Amanda. “A City Without Undocumented Immigrants.” The Guardian, 17 March 2017, 24 March 2017, 5 April, 2017.

Maddrey, Erin. “Meet Charlotte’s Cocktail Curator, Our Bartender of the Year.” Thrillist, 31 August 2016.

Mancillas, Pacino. “As Hispanic homeownership rates continue to increase, opportunities for brands to connect with them are

also on the rise.” AC&M Cultural Marketing, 14 February 2017.

Solender, Michael J. Class Act: A Davidson sociology professor is taking instruction beyond the classroom and into the streets.

Lake Norman Magazine, 1 June 2016.

Wile, Kristen. “Finding her Voice: Painter Rosalia Torres-Weiner.” Charlotte Magazine, July 2016.

WEBSITES/BLOGS

Corazon de Dixie [Julie Weise]

History South [Tom Hanchett]

Levine Museum of the New South

I’ll Bite: Cooking, Eating, and Food-Loving in the Carolinas [Kathleen Purvis for the Charlotte Observer]

Latin American Coalition

ORAL HISTORIES/PODCASTS

“Fish Camps: Fried Seafood and Family in a North Carolina Mill Town.” Gravy from the Southern Foodways Alliance, 30 June

2016.

“Middle Class Immigrant Family Says Greed Is Eclipsing The American Dream.” Weekend Edition Sunday from National Public

Radio, 1 May 2016.

FILMS/INTERVIEWS/PRESENTATIONS

Brooks Sandwich House. Directed by Peter Taylor, Greenhouse Projects, Southern Foodways Alliance, 2014.  

Un Buen Carnicero. Directed by Victoria Bouloubasis, Vittles Films, Greenhouse Projects, Southern Foodways Alliance, 2014.

“Dreams from Our Families.” Interview with Oliver Merino. United We Dream, 2014.