Pestiewink/Wihokewin: Invitation to Indigenous and Intersectional Feminist Food Studies
Indigenous Feminisms, Intersectionality, Indigenous Food Access, Colonialism, Storytelling, Decolonization of Food and Health, Food Activism
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Sherry Pictou et al, "Pestiewink/Wihokewin: Invitation to Indigenous and Intersectional Feminist Food Studies" in Mustafa Koc, Jennifer Sumner & Anthony Winson, eds, Critical Perspectives in Food Studies, 3rd ed (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021) 90.