1. Introduction2. Method3. The Recipes4. Authenticity and an
Italian Imaginary5. Slicing White Bre(a)d6. Power7. Love, Loss and
Longing8. Bodies- Italian and American Femininity9. Conclusion
Andrea L. Dottolo is an assistant professor of psychology at Rhode
Island College and a resident scholar at the Women's Studies
Research Center at Brandeis University, USA.
Carol A. Dottolo is a retired educator from Liverpool Central School District, Liverpool, NY, USA. She specializing in reading and has extensive experience in teaching language and comprehension.
"Italian American Women, Food, and Identity: Stories at the Table is an important volume to those conducting interdisciplinary studies on working-class women, food, and identity." (Nancy Caronia, Italian American Review, Vol. 10 (2), 2020)