Kate Cairns

Assistant Professor of Childhood Studies at Rutgers University-Camden, and coauthor of Food and Femininity (Bloomsbury 2015).

Kate Cairns is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Childhood Studies at Rutgers University-Camden. Her research explores dynamics of gender, culture and inequality, with particular focus on food. She is coauthor of Food and Femininity (Bloomsbury 2015).
Let's Rethink The Pressure Of Cooking Family Meals During The

Let's Rethink The Pressure Of Cooking Family Meals During The Holidays

While enjoying a wholesome meal together is surely a worthy goal, family meal campaigners don't always acknowledge the work that goes into this achievement: the time demands, parenting challenges and financial burdens required to put good food on the table. These pressures exist daily, but for many of us-particularly women-- they come to a head during holidays.
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