Alana Toulin is a Ph.D. can­di­date in U.S. his­to­ry at North­west­ern Uni­ver­si­ty. Her dis­ser­ta­tion, Open Tables: Restau­rant and Reform in Pro­gres­sive Chica­go,” con­sid­ers how Chicagoans from across class, gen­der, and eth­nic and racial lines expe­ri­enced and shaped their city’s pub­lic din­ing cul­ture in the late 19th and ear­ly 20th centuries.
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