At McGill University, she is the Faculty Lecturer of the Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies.
In addition to her dissertation research, she is co-founder and editor of The Historical Cooking Project (historicalcookingproject.com), a website dedicated to food history scholarship. For a full list of her publications, go to alexketchum.ca.
She is actively involved in feminist, food, and environmental politics. She was co-manager of an organic farm from 2008-2012 and has worked on organic farms in Ireland and France. In 2009, she founded Farm House in Middletown, Connecticut, a living community dedicated to food politics work that continues today.
For more information about Alex Ketchum, go to her personal website: alexketchum.ca.