Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory, Vol 21., No. 3, 2011. Special issue: FOOD.
Invisible Culture, an electronic journal for visual culture, Issue no.14: Aesthetes and Eaters — Food and the Arts
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Yael Raviv, “Eating My Words: talking about food in performance”
InVisible Culture - Aesthetes and Eaters Issue, Issue 14, Winter 2010.
Ame Gilbert and Yael Raviv, “Space to Grow: Women, Art, and the Urban Agriculture Movement”
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Invisible Culture | Issue 14 | Winter 2010
Guest Editors: Alexandra Alisauskas and Paula Pinto
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