Amy Hanser and Zachary Hyde
| August 22, 2014
| Summer 2014
Drawing examples from the North American food cart movement and restaurant scenes in gentrifying neighborhoods, sociologists Amy Hanser and Zachary Hyde explore the role of food in transforming urban spaces.
Amy Hanser is in the sociology department at the University of British Columbia, where her current research focuses on street vending, consumption, and urban space.
Zachary Hyde is in the sociology program at the University of British Columbia, where he studies the relationship between class and culture in a variety of urban contexts.