Kane Ferguson is a Ph.D. candidate in the Hispanic Literature program with a minor concentration in the Anthropology of Food. Her research follows an interest in food both anthropologically and representations in contemporary U.S. Latino narratives. Her dissertation, "Culinary Negotiations of (Im)Migration & Exile: Identity and Foodways in Caribbean Diaspora Literature" focuses on the themes of eating and cooking as they dialogue with identity construction and notions of alienation and belonging.Kane received both a M.A. and a B.A. in Spanish from the University of New Hampshire (Durham).
Doctoral Student, Hispanic Literatures