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Books that Cook

Jennifer Cognard-Black being interviewed on "Live at the Mill" with Genevieve Randal, Nebraska Public Radio.

Jennifer Cognard-Black being interviewed on "Live at the Mill" with Genevieve Randal, Nebraska Public Radio.

"Books that Cook." Insight on Food and Culture. College of Arts and Sciences, The Ohio State University.  December 2016.

Review of Books that Cook, by Lila A. Sharif. American Studies. 59 (2015): 19-20.

"Meant to Cook": A Review of Books that Cook, by John S. Sledge. VQR: A National Journal of Literature & Discussion. 16 April 2015.

"From Text to Table: A Review of Books that Cook:  The Making of a Literary Meal," by Katherine J. Barrett. Literary Mama: Reading for the Maternally Inclined. 15 April 2015.

Review of Books that Cook, by Sarah Graham. Times Literary Supplement. 6 February 2015.

Review of Books that Cook: The Making of a Literary Meal, by Elizabeth Humphrey. San Francisco Book Review. 13 October 2014.

New exhibit at Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center explores food, by Crickett Gibbons. Chesapeake Inspired. 13 October 2014.

Eat to Live and Live to Eat, by Katie Dolan. The Lincoln Journal-Star. 8 October 2014.

Books that Cook: The Making of a Literary MealAll About Books with Charles Stephen. Nebraska Public Radio. 8 October 2014.

Bookmark for Books that CookMs Magazine. (Fall 2014) 59.

Jennifer Cognard-Black: Books That Cook: The Making Of A Literary MealThe Kojo Nnamdi Show. September 2014.

10 Delicious Books that CookHuffington Post. September 2014.

Books That Cook: Lemon Polenta Cookies, by Mary Beth Jarrad. From the Square (NYU Press Blog). September 2014.

Books that Cook: An Interview with Melissa Goldthwaite, by April Lindner. April Lindner: Reading, Writing, and Rock & Roll. September 2014.

The Literatures of FoodSMCM Newsroom. September 2014.

For your food studies library: Books that Cook, by Marion Nestle. Food Politics. August 2014.

Top 10 Books for August 2014, by Bethanne Patrick. Washingtonian. August 2014.

Review of Books that Cook. Library Journal. August 2014.

Review of Books that CookKirkus Reviews. 2014.

Featured book: Books that CookFall Catalog. NYU Press. Fall 2014.

"Books that Cook: Who says English Majors don't get their hands dirty?" The Mulberry Tree. Winter 2012.

Interview about Books that Cook. St. Mary's College of Maryland Viewbook. St. Mary's College of Maryland. 2010.

"Books that Cook: Teaching Food and Food Literature in the English Classroom." College English 70.4. March 2008.

Other Press

"New Views on the Present, the Past, and the Future: Jennifer Cognard-Black's 'Becoming a Great Essayist.'" The Torch: The Great Courses Podcast with Ed Leon. Episode 49. June 2016.

Review of From Curlers to Chainsaws: Women and Their Machines, by Heather McEntarfer. Literary Mama. June 2016.

Cognard-Black wins Maryland State Arts Council AwardSMCM Newsroom. 2013.

St. Mary’s College Professor to Lead Literary Food PanelThe Lexington Park Leader. 2012.

The Cognard-Blacks to Teach in Slovenia Under FulbrightThe Point News. St. Mary's College of Maryland. 2011.

Voices Reading Given To Packed House By SMCM’S Own JCBThe Point News. St. Mary's College of Maryland. 2010. 

Acknowledging Women's Role in the Sustainable Food Movement, by Tom Philpott. Grist. October 23, 2010.

Review of Narrative in the Professional Age: "Transatlantic Cross-Currents: Reform and Authorship in Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Literature," by Whitney Womack Smith. Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 5.3. 2009

Review of Kindred Hands: Letters on Writing by British and American Women Authors, 1865–1935, by Theresa Strouth Gaul. Legacy 25.1. 2008.


Read more about and from Jennifer Cognard-Black

Review Editor for Literary Mama.

Interview on Feminism and Food with California's Feminist Magazine.

"Books that Cook." Guest blog post on Better Living through Beowulf.

"Exporting American Beauty: Plastic Surgery and Worldwide Acceptance." Guest blog post on BlogHer.

Biography of Emily Brontë at AP Central.