Ashanté Reese


Ashanté Reese is a writer, anthropologist, and assistant professor of African and African Diaspora at The University of Texas at Austin. Her first book, Black Food Geographies (2020) won the Best Monograph Prize from the Association for the Study of Food and Society & the Margaret Mead Award jointly awarded by the Association of American Anthropologists and the Society for Applied Anthropology. Her work work has been supported by the National Science Foundations, The Institute for Citizens and Scholars (formerly known as the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation), UNCF-Mellon, The American Council for Learned Society, among others.

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