Outsourcses: Setting the Table with Michael Twitty – Food, History, and Sexual Identity in the South | KGNU News

http://news.kgnu.org/2016/02/outsourcses-michael-twitty-food-history-and-sexual-identity-in-the-south/

I have rarely had the opportunity to do in person radio interviews that significantly involve or incorporate my identity as an openly gay man and discuss how lgbt issues impact my work. Well, here she goes! I sat down with Sean Kenney after a fantastic night of feasting and discourse at the University of Colorado in Boulder to discuss the intersections of my personal identity and my work. I am very impressed by Brother Sean’s interviewing skills–he touched on so many salient issues and made me feel at home in my mind. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did!

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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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One Response to Outsourcses: Setting the Table with Michael Twitty – Food, History, and Sexual Identity in the South | KGNU News

  1. tainambrown says:

    Loved, loved, LOVED this! Really enjoyed listening to this interview. Also interested in your journey to Judaism. Is there a post about that?

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