Maggie Dickinson is the author of Feeding the Crisis: Care and Abandonment in America's Food Safety Net. Her research is concerned with the 21st Century welfare state, food policy, hunger, and inequality. She is an Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Guttman Community College.
Feeding the Crisis: Care and Abandonment in America’s Food Safety Net, University of California Press, 2020″Free to Serve? Emergency Food and Volunteer Labor in the Urban United States”, Gastronomica, 17(2) 16-25, 2017.”Working for Food Stamps: Economic Citizenship and the Post-Fordist Welfare State in New York City”, American Ethnologist 43(2) 270-281, 2016. “Cooking up a Revolution: Food as a Democratic Tactic at Occupy Wall Street”, Food, Culture and Society, 16(3) 359-366, 2013. “The Making of Race, Place and Space: New York City’s War on Graffiti, 1970 – Present”, Critique of Anthropology 28(1) 27-45, 2008.