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15 November 2020
Reflections on Food and the Pandemic
The scholarly journal Food and Foodways is seeking papers for its “Reflections” category on “Food and the Pandemic.” Possible topics might be food chains, cooking at home, food and family, food and gender, food and race-ethnicity, scarcity and/or abundance of certain foodstuffs, labor in the food system, commensality under quarantine, food and social media, food and comfort, and so on.
“Reflections” are short, peppy essays about topics of contemporary interest; they are op-eds with references. They are tightly argued discussions centered on empirical evidence to make a broader point and they have a few well integrated references. They should be 2500-3500 words all-inclusive and contain a 200-250 word abstract. “Reflections” will be reviewed by the Food and Foodways editors and will have a decision time of one month or less.
Here are examples of past “Reflections” we have published:
Naomi Guttman (2012) Trial by Pancake: Confessions in Child-Feeding, Food and Foodways, 20:2, 93-101, DOI: 10.1080/07409710.2012.680351
Boris Andersen & Morten Hedegaard Larsen (2015) “Reflection”: Fighting Five Food Myths About the “Good Old Days”, Food and Foodways, 23:4, 286-294, DOI: 10.1080/07409710.2015.1099911
Don Arp (2020) A steak with a side of mania: Chasing the real story of Howard Hughes and his obsession with peas, Food and Foodways, 28:2, 141-148, DOI: 10.1080/07409710.2020.1745451
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