- PhD candidate in food studies at New York University.
- Former freelance food and travel writer in Mexico City.
- Former editor for Americas Quarterly.
Steven McCutcheon-Rubio is a PhD candidate in food studies at New York University, studying agrarian change in contemporary Latin America.
He has worked as editor for Americas Quarterly and as a freelance food and travel writer in Mexico. In addition to Serious Eats, his work has appeared in the Mexican editions of Elle, Travel + Leisure, and Balance, as well as Chilango and CNNMéxico. He researched, edited, and updated two chapters of Fodor’s Cancún, Cozumel and the Yucatan Peninsula 2012 guide.
Steven also holds an MA in food studies-food systems from NYU and an AB in comparative literature (Spanish and French) from Princeton University.
PhD candidate in food systems at New York University.
Holds an MA in food studies from NYU and AB in comparative literature from Princeton University.
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