On Friday, Ivan Day gave an amazing presentation, which I was, unfortunately, unable to attend. I was waiting for some detailed information from those who did attend so that I could share them and this afternoon, Elise Fleming (Dame Alys) … Continue reading
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This was a discussion between Graham Harman and Robert Valgenti, on February 19, 2014 at NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Link to Discussion
Grow Pittsburgh has announced when their event “A Taste of Grow Pittsburgh” will happen this year – 22 September 2013. Tickets aren’t on sale yet, but there are only 300 available, so they will go quickly. http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Save-the-Date-for-A-Taste-of-Grow-Pittsburgh–September-22–2013-.html?soid=1102602054911&aid=oeDJvF4pHRo
Will the study of archaeology soon become a thing of the past? | Higher Education Network | Guardian Professional.
Brown’s Edible Examiner (Volume X) : Alton Brown.
One for the medievalists – A group of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) located in San Francisco is putting on a no-apologies, no modifications, completely medieval meal. Perfectly Period Feast.
Breaking Medieval Historic News! Skeleton found in car park is that of Richard III – live coverage | Science | guardian.co.uk.
One of the things that I find most interesting about food history is the association between food and culture. This project is a specific way to ease people into a conversation about the people and culture in a country with … Continue reading
This is a problem that I’ve seen with increasing frequency over the last year or two. I am currently checking out the citations because there is part of me that would very much like to prove that all of this … Continue reading
I love the positive spin that this is taking – rather than bemoaning and condemning the food deserts, finding creative ways to fix the problem. Can Food Deserts Become Oases? | Independent Lens Blog. ADDITIONAL In the January Co-Operator, the … Continue reading