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Flooded Out, Baked Out, Bugged Out: Disruption In America’S Agricultural Heartland., Bruce Kraig 2020 Roosevelt University

Flooded Out, Baked Out, Bugged Out: Disruption In America’S Agricultural Heartland., Bruce Kraig

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

No abstract provided.


Food Waste, Wasted Food: Reframing Waste And Edibility, Catherine Pedtke, Thomas Pedtke 2020 Independent Scholar

Food Waste, Wasted Food: Reframing Waste And Edibility, Catherine Pedtke, Thomas Pedtke

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

No abstract provided.


From Protecting To Performing Privacy, Garfield Benjamin 2020 Solent University

From Protecting To Performing Privacy, Garfield Benjamin

The Journal of Sociotechnical Critique

Privacy is increasingly important in an age of facial recognition technologies, mass data collection, and algorithmic decision-making. Yet it persists as a contested term, a behavioural paradox, and often fails users in practice. This article critiques current methods of thinking privacy in protectionist terms, building on Deleuze's conception of the society of control, through its problematic relation to freedom, property and power. Instead, a new mode of understanding privacy in terms of performativity is provided, drawing on Butler and Sedgwick as well as Cohen and Nissenbaum. This new form of privacy is based on identity, consent and collective action ...


The World’S Greatest Hero: An Examination Of Superhero Tropes In My Hero Academia, Jerry Waller 2020 The University of San Francisco

The World’S Greatest Hero: An Examination Of Superhero Tropes In My Hero Academia, Jerry Waller

Master's Projects and Capstones

In this paper the author explores the cross-cultural transmission of genre archetypes in illustrated media. Specifically, the representation of the archetype of American superheroes as represented in the Japanese manga and anime series, My Hero Academia. Through examination of the extant corpus of manga chapters and anime episodes for the franchise, the author draws comparison between characters and situations in the manga series with examples from American comic books by Marvel Comics and DC Comics. By skillfully incorporating foundational themes of American superhero comics into the shonen manga genre, My Hero Academia joins a growing collection of media that draws ...


The Darker Sides Of The Isekai Genre: An Examination Of The Power Of Anime And Manga, Curtis Lu 2020 The University of San Francisco

The Darker Sides Of The Isekai Genre: An Examination Of The Power Of Anime And Manga, Curtis Lu

Master's Projects and Capstones

This study illustrates characteristics of the isekai genre, presents connections between this genre and social problems commonly found in Japanese culture and society, and demonstrates the widespread impact of Japanese popular media. By analyzing some of the most popular forms and categories of isekai, this research pinpoints important characteristics – in the form of certain themes, characters, and plots – that contribute to social problems like suicide and shut-ins. Escapism is a central theme in many isekai works, and while escapism is healthy to a certain extent, some take the concept too far, often getting lost in their own fantasies. The genre ...


2020-05-29 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office of the President. 2020 Morehead State University

2020-05-29 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President.

Staff Congress Records

Message sent by the President to the campus community on May 29, 2020.


Locative Food: The Future Of Food Is A Peach, Adrian Bregazzi 2020 Independent Scholar

Locative Food: The Future Of Food Is A Peach, Adrian Bregazzi

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

Locative food releases food from the hegemony of the restaurant, its rituals, codes, performative narratives, complexities, paraphernalia, processes, and entry fees; taking food out into a wider world, to locations that function along with the food to create provocations of the senses and a way of making us discern gastronomic possibilities afresh. This paper looks at Heston Blumenthal’s Sound of the Sea as the epitome of restaurant complexity; Roland Barthes’ experiences and responses to food in Japan in the late 1960s; Kenya Hara’s concepts of design and the design ethos underpinning MUJI; a brief overview of the picnic ...


Gastronomic Myths Of Disruption, Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus 2020 Wheaton College

Gastronomic Myths Of Disruption, Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

“Innovation and disruption are ideas that originated in the arena of business but which have since been applied to arenas whose values and goals are remote from the values and goals of business.” (Jill Lepore)

Stories of food have been central to concepts of disruption from the dawn of time. It’s human nature to “make lemonade out of lemons,” - to use food metaphors and stories to spin the inevitable often traumatic experiences of change naturally occurring or intentionally engineered. This year’s theme encourages contemporary gastronomic interpretations of Clayton Christiansen and others’ business theory that “disruption” is essential for ...


Negotiating Future Foods: Cultural Practices And Nutritional Knowledge In Nasa's Space Food Research Programs, Julia-Katharina Neier, Alwin Cubasch 2020 University of Innsbruck

Negotiating Future Foods: Cultural Practices And Nutritional Knowledge In Nasa's Space Food Research Programs, Julia-Katharina Neier, Alwin Cubasch

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

No abstract provided.


On Wine And Food, Together, Patricia Rogers, Marcella Giannasio 2020 Independent Scholar

On Wine And Food, Together, Patricia Rogers, Marcella Giannasio

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

The subject of food and wine pairing in the 21st century is an animated area of discussion. Consider this comment from the University of Arkansas Hospitality Program. ‘The concepts of beverage management or wine evaluation are far from under-utilised in most hospitality programs, but other than in relatively large hospitality programs, food and wine pairing is not provided as a standalone course and is covered at a relatively cursory level in most beverage management’. (Harrington et al, 2010, p.110) It is currently topical that a cultural change in the drinking and eating styles of the millennial and gen. z ...


Drinking And Dining À La Russe In The Long Nineteenth Century, Graham Harding 2020 Independent Scholar

Drinking And Dining À La Russe In The Long Nineteenth Century, Graham Harding

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

From the late 1850s until the eve of World War 1, the dominant British habit amongst the ‘dinner-giving grades’ was to dine ‘à la Russe’. In the words of cookery writer Phyllis Browne in 1885, the ‘difference between the old-fashioned dinner and the dinner à la Russe is that in the first all the dishes are put upon the table and carved by the host or his representative, and in the latter the food is not put on the table at all, but is handed round by servants’ (Newcastle Courant, 26 June 1885, p.6). Though this style was relatively ...


Expanding The Restaurant Value Chain Through Digital Delivery: A Significant Disruptor In The U.S. Restaurant Industry, Mark Traynor, Andrew Moreo, Sorcha O'Neill 2020 Auburn University

Expanding The Restaurant Value Chain Through Digital Delivery: A Significant Disruptor In The U.S. Restaurant Industry, Mark Traynor, Andrew Moreo, Sorcha O'Neill

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

The food industry has experienced enormous growth in the use of food delivery in recent years. More specifically, digitally enabled food delivery has emerged as the most disruptive force in the foodservice industry today. Increased consumer demand for convenience and variety in conjunction with the rapid pace of technological advancements are believed to be the driving factors for the emergence of this phenomenon (Carsten et al., 2016). Foot traffic at traditional dine-in establishments has dwindled as customers opt for online delivery instead, resulting in an altering of the restaurant value chain (Huang, Kohli and Lal, 2019). In particular, the emergence ...


Speculative Futures For Mindful Meat Consumption And Production, Alexandra Kenefick 2020 Concordia University, Montreal

Speculative Futures For Mindful Meat Consumption And Production, Alexandra Kenefick

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

The stuff of food constantly shifts register between matter and meaning; animal and meat; calories and flavours, stretching and folding the time/spaces of here and now, ‘us’ and ‘them’, producing and consuming in complex and contested ways (Probyn, 1999 in Stassart and Whatmore, 2003, p.450). Meat consumption has entangled our human histories and lived experiences with those of other animals and humans unlike any other food. This co-evolution of experiences finds itself in deeply embedded sociocultural materials such as feasting and fasting rituals, religious dogma, gendered role divisions, ethics discourse, animal domestication, slaughter procedures, and government policies the ...


Certified B Corps Within The Food Industry And Their Innovative Practices To Improve Environmental And Social Impact, Julie-Anne Finan 2020 B-LAB, Amsterdam

Certified B Corps Within The Food Industry And Their Innovative Practices To Improve Environmental And Social Impact, Julie-Anne Finan

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

: In this paper, I take an introspective look at the B Corp Certification to better understand why so many food companies have engaged with it as a means to improve their positive impact in an age where agricultural practices have a clear link to climate change and increasing social injustices across global food supply chains. The first part of the paper discusses the three stages involved in becoming a Certified B Corp - completing the B Impact Assessment, making a legal change to the company structure to consider all stakeholders and providing full transparency. The second part of the paper outlines ...


Radiated Food And Risk Communication In Post-Fukushima Japan, Tine Walravens 2020 Copenhagen Business School

Radiated Food And Risk Communication In Post-Fukushima Japan, Tine Walravens

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

No abstract provided.


Safe, Risk-Free, Standardised Food For All, Is That What We Will Eat Tomorrow?, Penny Wilson 2020 Australian National University

Safe, Risk-Free, Standardised Food For All, Is That What We Will Eat Tomorrow?, Penny Wilson

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium

ur foods today are becoming more and more industrialised, manufactured, globalised; requiring rules and regulations to ensure the safety of those who eat. The rules and regulations are designed to manage the processes of big businesses and corporations that make our food. But these rules and regulations, once in place, come to cover all manner of foods that are local, artisanal and special. Those special, artisanal foods include those with an array of resident microbes creating, arguably, better more complex flavour, foods that might confer good health. But resident microbes are the target of the rules and regulations that ensure ...


Homeward Bound, kyle Peruch 2020 Louisiana State University

Homeward Bound, Kyle Peruch

LSU Master's Theses

This paper explores agency and opposition as the underlining themes in the artworks of Homeward Bound. Both doctrines are important religious teachings that I have used to explore artistic ideas such as tension, balance and perspective. Each artwork displays a point of view on how I have confronted opposition in my lifetime. The sculptures are also meant to offer a sense of encouragement and hope to the viewer as they analyze each piece of art.


Andrew And Winneford (Jackson) Family Bible (Mss 701), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2020 Western Kentucky University

Andrew And Winneford (Jackson) Family Bible (Mss 701), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

Genealogical Records

Images of the Andrew and Winneford (Jackson) Family Bible with accompanying typescripts done by Gail (Miller) Jackson.


Thomas And Winniford (Creekmur) Jackson Family Bible (Mss 701), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2020 Western Kentucky University

Thomas And Winniford (Creekmur) Jackson Family Bible (Mss 701), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

Genealogical Records

Images of the Thomas and Winniford (Creekmur) Jackson Family Bible with accompanying typescripts done by Gail (Jackson) Miller.


"Are You For Us Or For Our Enemies?" Making Decisions Among Contested Meanings, Justin Bailey 2020 Dordt University

"Are You For Us Or For Our Enemies?" Making Decisions Among Contested Meanings, Justin Bailey

Faculty Work Comprehensive List

"Mask-wearing has become one more case study of our well-publicized polarization, one that probably anticipates a coming conflict over the details of how we reopen our churches."

Posting about the relationship between the COVID-19 pandemic and political ideologies from In All Things - an online journal for critical reflection on faith, culture, art, and every ordinary-yet-graced square.

https://inallthings.org/are-you-for-us-or-for-our-enemies-making-decisions-amid-contested-meanings/


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