Anthologies, Edited Volumes
Khan, SK (2019). “Chapter 28: Supershero Amrita Partitioned Once, Migrated Twice,” In the anthology on Women and Migrations: Responses in Art and History. Edited by Deb Willis, Ellyn Toscano, Kalia Nelson. Based on the Women and Migration Conference held at New York University, Villa La Pietra, Florence, Italy.
Khan, SK. (forthcoming 2020). “To Sow and To Sew: Siddi Women Farmers (and Quilters) in Uttara Kannada, Karnataka, India.” Article in edited volume on Africans in South Asia, Edited by Kenneth X. Robbins, Omar Ali, Beheroze Shroff, and Jazmin Graves. Ahmedabad: Mapin Publishing.
Academic Journal Articles
Khan SK, Calloway S, Maida T, Rakel D. 2012. Dietary and built environment assessment in a Latino community. Am J Health Educ. 43(2):74-82.
Khan SK, Karnat, NM and Shankar D. 2005. “India’s Foundation for the Revitilisation of Local Health Traditions Pioneering In Situ Conservation Strategies for Medicinal Plants and Local Cultures.” HerbalGram 68 (Fall), p. 34-48.
Khan SK and Balick MJ. 2001. “Therapeutic Plants of Ayurveda: A Review of Selected Clinical and Other Studies for 166 Species.” Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 7 (5), 405-515.
Khan SK. 2001. “Nutritional Consulting: How Simple Nutritional Intervention May Improve Your Health.” Amruth, Bangalore, India, 5 (3), June-July, p. 15-21.
Publications with writing, photography and/or short films
Queens Migrant Kitchen Series Articles with Culinary Backstreets, and Queens Migrant Kitchens Series with Asian American Writers Workshop, photos and films, Sep 2015-present
Roads and Kingdoms Chaikhana (Tea house), May 2015; Porters of Taste, Jul 2015
Culinary Backstreets Delhi Old Delhi 2014-2015
Khan, SK. “The Hands & Lands Project,” Photographic eBook, West African Hands Create, Cultivate, Cook Jan 2014
Modern Farmer: Sandra Simone, Modern Farmer, Spring 2014
Art of Eating: On Naomi Duguid’s Burma: Rivers of Flavor. Issue 91, 2013
Yahoo India: Nano’s Mango Pickle, May 2012
Zester Daily writing, photography and short films from 2010-14
Farmers of Color in Southern USA Farmers Of Color Add Their Voices To Ag Landscape, Dec 2014, Female Farmers Are Few, But Deeply Rooted Nov 2014, Discover America’s Hidden Farm Treasures Oct 2014
Biocultural Diversity for The Christenson Fund
Corn, Mexican Culture And Why Free Trade Threatens Both Nov 2013, How Native Americans Are Rescuing Our Food Culture Oct 2013, Pickled Eggplant Adds to a Seductive Legacy Sept 2013, 3-Ingredient Pickled Onions Make Summer Last All Year Aug 2013, An Ideal Way to Add Zing to A Meal with Spicy Apricot Chutney Jul 2013, How Three Experts Tackle Biodiversity’s Imperative Jul 2013, African Origins Of Coffee: Why Sustainability Matters May 2013, African Origins Of Coffee: Arabica Versus Robusta Apr 2013, African Origins Of Coffee: Following Roots In Ethiopia Apr 2013, With A Wealth Of Nutrients, Acorns Vital For Indians Mar 2013, Acorns Helped Sustain Indigenous Groups Mar 2013
Food and Culture
Rebalance For The New Year With Triphala And Yoga Jan 2013, Start The Year Off Right With Herbal Trikatu And Yoga Jan 2013, Anti-Stress Brahmi Can Aid Memory And Reduce Anxiety, Dec 2012, Ashwagandha Can Counteract Stress Of The Holidays Dec 2012, Try Amla To Aid Your Body’s Response To Inflammation Nov 2012, Stress? Boost Immune System With Neem, Inverted Yoga Nov 2012, Okra Served Any Way You Like It At Festival Oct 2012, Dwindling Bee Population Threatens Food Supply Sept 2012, David Driskell On The Art Of Cooking And Chowder Sept 2012, Turkish Organics Not Just For Export Anymore Aug 2012, Funky Kimchi Dec 2011, Sweet Home South, India Aug 2011, Okra Lovers Unite Jul 2011, Queen of Spices: Cardamom Mar 2011, Cinnamon Stimulus Plan Jan 2011, Coquito: Puerto Rican Eggnog infused with Ginger Dec 2010, Nutmeg, the Holiday Spice Nov 2010, Basils Many Benefits Oct 2010, Herb Bunch with a Punch: Bouqet garni Sept 2010, Cilantro’s Edgy Power Aug 2010, Turmeric vs. Cancer Jun/Jul 2010, The Power of Black Pepper May 2010, Winter’s Last Brunch Apr 2010
Khan SK. 2012. Updated Glycemic Index, Glycemic Load.” In Philosophy of Integrative Medicine. David Rakel MD, Editor, Saunders, Elsevier Science.
Khan SK. 2007. “Glycemic Index, Glycemic Load.” In Philosophy of Integrative Medicine. David Rakel MD, Editor, Saunders, Elsevier Science.
UW Health Integrative Medicine Updates Newsletter
2008 “Modified Citrus Pectin: An Effective Detoxifying Agent”. UW Health: Integrative Medicine Updates, E-Newsletter 2 (2) 3; 2008 “Fish Eating Guidelines: To Eat or Not to Eat Fish”. UW Health: Integrative Medicine Updates, E-Newsletter 2 (2) 5-6; 2007. “Origins of tea”. UW Health:
Integrative Medicine Updates, E-Newsletter 1(4)4; 2007. “Foodways focus: Brassica/Mustard family”. UW Health: Integrative Medicine Updates, E-Newsletter 1(4)8; 2006. “Yogurt & GI health”. UW Health: Integrative Medicine Updates, E-Newsletter 1(3)5; 2006. “Foodways focus: Fermented foods”. UW Health: Integrative Medicine Updates, E-Newsletter 1(3)6-7; 2006.
“Inflammation and exercise: Effects of exercise on inflammatory and non-inflammatory biomarkers.” UW Health: Integrative Medicine Updates, E-Newsletter 1(2) 6; 2005. “Diabetes and chromium”. UW Health: Integrative Medicine Updates, E-Newsletter 1 (1), 1-4; 2005. “A gentle yet effective therapy”. UW Health: Integrative Medicine Updates, E-Newsletter 1 (1) 5.
2004 “Curb the need for deep fried snacks! Try out this tasty recipe with chickpeas, garlic cloves, coriander, and turmeric as a healthy snack for diabetics”. Deccan Herald, Bangalore, India, Tuesday, June 29.
2004 “Ginger juice is a good friend for a diabetic patient: Common and everyday spices may act in quite extraordinary ways to maintain one’s health in this fast food world”. Deccan Herald, Bangalore, India, Tuesday, June 22.
2004 “A diabetic tea recipe using cumin seeds! If you are diabetic you might like to know about a recipe for tea using coriander, fennel and cumin seeds!” Deccan Herald, Bangalore, India, Tuesday, June 08.