Independent scholar, freelance writer, and higher ed marketing and communications writing professional.
- Certificate in Climate Change, Penn LPS Online. 2021.
- Advanced Certificate in Creative Writing, Penn LPS Online. 2021.
- MA/PhD, American literature, Temple University. 2016.
- Dissertation: Food and Pleasure in Modern American Literature
- Women’s Studies Certificate
- B.A., magna cum laude, English, Rhodes College. 2003.
- Minors: art, French literature.
“Ever Given.” Cleaver Magazine. Summer 2021. Online.
“The Untimely Collaborators.” CRAFT. June 9, 2021. Online.
“My Year of Ghosts.” The Toast. October 29, 2014. Online.
Posts authored/co-authored by Sara Davis at Sidequest. August 2020 – present. Online.
“A Tour of Food Art in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.” Edible Philly. March 15, 2017. Print and online.
“Southern Discomfort.” Render: Feminist Food and Culture Quarterly No. 2. Fall 2014. Print.
“The Meat Market.” Render: Feminist Food and Culture Quarterly No. 1. Summer 2014. Print.
“Dining Alone on an Expense Account.” Graze Magazine No. 5. Spring 2014. Print.
“Freshly Minted.” Culture: A Reader for Writers. Ed. John Mauk. Oxford University Press, 2013.
“The Red Thing: Fabrics and Fetishism in Nella Larsen’s Quicksand.” Skin, Culture, and Psychoanalysis. Ed. Sheila L. Cavanaugh, Angela Failler, and Rachel Hurst. Palgrave MacMillan, 2013.
Posts authored by Sara Davis at The Smart Set (formerly cross-posted to Table Matters). Published by the Center for Cultural Outreach. Oct 2012 – July 2013. Online.
Scenes of Eating. Personal website exploring food in literature, art, and culture. 2011-2021.
Guest for Q&A on “Hooked on Junk” episode of “The Stream” on Al Jazeera English. March 28, 2013.
“Dorito Magic: contemplating the chip in two contemporary texts.” Food! The Conference!, City University of New York Graduate Center, March 2011.
“Rethinking the Word `Consumption.’” 2010 Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association Conference, Alexandria VA, October 2010.
“Conversations in the Kitchen: food, sex, and otherness in Chuang Hua’s Crossings.” Department of Romance Languages: Women, Home, and Nation: Public and Private Spaces, Binghamton University, March 2008.