Publications of A. Breeze Harper

Peer Reviewed:

Harper, Amie Breeze. “The Absence of Meat in Oankali Dietary Philosophy: An Eco-Feminist-Vegan Analysis of Octavia Butler’s Dawn.” Jackson, Sandra and Julie Moody-Freeman (eds.) in The Black Imagination, Science Fiction and Futurism. Peter Lang Press 2011.

Harper, Amie Breeze. “Phenomenology of Race and Whiteness: Knowing, Feeling, and Experiencing the Vegan ‘Exotic'”  in Alkon, Alison and Julian Agyeman. Cultivating Food Justice: Race, Class, and Sustainability. MIT Press 2011.

Harper, A. Breeze. “‘Post-racial’ Vegan USA? Critical Race and Black Feminist Analysis of Racialized Consciousness in Veganism”in Counihan, Carole and Psyche A. Williams-Forson.Taking Food Public: Redefining Foodways in a Changing World. Forthcoming: Routledge Press 2011.

Harper, Amie Breeze. “Race as a ‘feeble matter’in veganism: Interrogating whiteness, geopolitical privilege, and consumption of ‘cruelty-free’ products.” Journal of Critical Animal Studies.VIII, no. 3 (2010).

Harper, Amie Breeze. “Connections: Speciesism, Racism, and Whiteness as the Norm,”  in Kemmerer, Lisa (ed.), Sister Species: Women, Social Justice, and Animal Advocacy. University of Illinois Press 2011.

Harper, Amie Breeze. “Veganporn & ‘Sistah’: Explorations of Whiteness Through Textual Linguistic Cyber-minstrelsy on the Internet,” in Wachanga, David (ed.), Cultural Identity and New Communication Technologies: Political, Ethnic and Ideological Implications. IGI Global Communications 2011.

 Not Peer Reviewed:

Harper, A. Breeze. Scars: A Black Lesbian Experience in Rural White New England (Sense Publishers, 2014)

Harper, A. Breeze. Sistah Vegan! Black Female Vegans Speak on Food, Identity, Health and Society. Lantern Books, 2010.