The African Roots of Mississippi Foodways

The Center for the Study of Southern Culture and the Southern Foodways Alliance present

Michael W. Twitty

“The Evolution of African Foodways in the Most Southern Place on Earth: Colonial and Antebellum Mississippi”

WHEN: April 8th 2015 @ 7:00 PM

WHERE: Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory, University of Mississippi.

The talk is open to all.

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The Punkah at Melrose

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About michaelwtwitty

I am a Judaics teacher and Culinary Historian focusing on the foodways of Africa, enslaved African Americans, African America and the African and Jewish diasporas.
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2 Responses to The African Roots of Mississippi Foodways

  1. Chinue X says:

    Did we not take on the oppressor’s foodways once enslaved?

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