Maggie Dickinson is the author of Feeding the Crisis: Care and Abandonment in America's Food Safety Net (University of California Press 2020). She is an Associate 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.