Published in Food, Feminisms, and Rhetorics, edited collection with Dr. Melissa A. Goldthwaite. Southern Illinois University Press, June 2017, pp.100-118. From Street Food to Digital Kitchens: Toward a Feminist Rhetoric of Culinary Tourism by Kristin Winet on Scribd
Pico Iyer, 1957-
Published in British Writers XXII, edited collection with Dr. Jay Parini. Charles Scribner Son’s, 2015, pp.143-154. Pico Iyer, 1957– by Kristin Winet on Scribd
If Not a Mother and Not a Maid, Then What?
Published in Feminist Challenges, Feminist Rhetorics: Locations, Scholarship, and Discourse, edited collection with Dr. Kristi Cole. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2014, pp.127-144. If Not a Mother and Not a Maid, Then What?: How Feminist Pedagogy Works (Or Doesn’t) For First-Year Teachin… by Kristin Winet on Scribd
Why I Travel
I’ve noticed that a lot of travel bloggers lately are writing and sharing posts specifically dedicated to “why they travel.” Check out any travel blog–you’ll see what I mean. Not surprisingly, a lot of them offer anecdotes of heartbreak, boredom, apathy, curiosity, and a desire to see the world (the usual suspects). And it makes sense–readers want to know how…