Farha Ternikar, Ph.D., of the Department of Anthropology, Criminology and Sociology has been named a Visiting Scholar at the Chatham University Women's Institute. In addition to her work at Le Moyne, Ternikar helped create the Central New York Gender and Women’s Studies consortium, a new working group funded by a Mellon Foundation Central New York Humanities corridor grant.  

She is currently also a Rachel Carson Scholar in Residence at Chatham University, where she is working on a new manuscript using a transnational feminist framework to examine Muslim immigrant foodways (Ohio State University Press). 

Ternikar is also working on a co-edited volume with Stephanie Y. Evans (SUNY Press) which brings together African-American, South Asian and South African women of color who work on food.



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