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An Interdisciplinary Approach To Historic Diet And Foodways: The Foodcult Project, Susan Flavin, Meriel McClatchie, Janet Montgomery, Fiona Beglane, Julie Dunne, Ellen OCarroll, Andrew Parnell 2021 Trinity College Dublin

An Interdisciplinary Approach To Historic Diet And Foodways: The Foodcult Project, Susan Flavin, Meriel Mcclatchie, Janet Montgomery, Fiona Beglane, Julie Dunne, Ellen Ocarroll, Andrew Parnell

European Journal of Food Drink and Society

This research note introduces the methodology of the FoodCult Project, with the aim of stimulating discussion regarding the interdisciplinary potential for historical food studies. The project represents the first major attempt to establish both the fundamentals of everyday diet, and the cultural ‘meaning’ of food and drink in early modern Ireland, c 1550-1650. This was a period of major economic development, unprecedented intercultural contact, but also of conquest, colonisation and war, and the study focusses on Ireland as a case-study for understanding the role of food in a complex society. Moving beyond the colonial narrative of Irish social and economic ...


Tinned Sardines And Putrefied Yellow-Fin In Equatorial Guinea: Regimes Of Food In The Novels Of Donato Ndongo-Bidyogo, Igor Cusack 2021 Technological University Dublin

Tinned Sardines And Putrefied Yellow-Fin In Equatorial Guinea: Regimes Of Food In The Novels Of Donato Ndongo-Bidyogo, Igor Cusack

European Journal of Food Drink and Society

In his semi-autobiographical novels, Las tinieblas de su memoria negra (Shadows of your black memory) and Los poderes de la tempestad (Power of the storm), the Equatoguinean writer Donato Ndongo-Bidyogo describes a boy’s, and then the man’s, life in colonial and postcolonial Equatorial Guinea, Spain’s only sub-Saharan colony. This paper argues that the numerous descriptions of the food encountered by the protagonist immerse the reader in four different worlds: that of his Fang ethnic group in the Hispanic colony; that of the colonial priests and emancipados of the protagonist’s youth; then the horrors encountered under the ...


A Note From The Editors, Michelle Share, Dorothy Cashman, Máirtín Mac Con Iomaire 2021 Trinity College Dublin

A Note From The Editors, Michelle Share, Dorothy Cashman, Máirtín Mac Con Iomaire

European Journal of Food Drink and Society

No abstract provided.


The Grizzly, February 25, 2021, Simra Mariam, Marisa Spiegel, Shelsea Deravil, Ava Compagnoni, Layla Halterman, Julia Paiano 2021 Ursinus College

The Grizzly, February 25, 2021, Simra Mariam, Marisa Spiegel, Shelsea Deravil, Ava Compagnoni, Layla Halterman, Julia Paiano

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

"Do Not Be Afraid": Letter From a Graduate • The Celebration of Black Professors and Staff at Ursinus College • February is Black History Month! • Phi Alpha Psi • The Virtual JIN Fair • Opinion: Class of 2021 Getting the Short End of a Senior Year • Advice Column: Ask a Bear • Wrestling Takes a COVID Hit • UC Gymnastics is on a Roll


Ella Anagick Oral History Interview Feb 2021, Holly Guise 2021 University of New Mexico

Ella Anagick Oral History Interview Feb 2021, Holly Guise

Oral Histories HIST300, Spring 2021

Oral History interview with Ella Anagick about the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) school Mt. Edgecumbe High School in Alaska in the late 1960s.


The Grizzly, February 18, 2021, Simra Mariam, Shelsea Deravil, Layla Halterman, Amelia Kunko, Craig Schrager, Katie Cressman, Morgan Grabowski, Dominic Nattle, Ava Compagnoni, Madison Handwerger 2021 Ursinus College

The Grizzly, February 18, 2021, Simra Mariam, Shelsea Deravil, Layla Halterman, Amelia Kunko, Craig Schrager, Katie Cressman, Morgan Grabowski, Dominic Nattle, Ava Compagnoni, Madison Handwerger

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Ursinus Conducts Additional Campus-wide Testing • Founders' Day • Kids Need More • How Athletes are Navigating the Long Off-Season • Phi Kappa Sigma and Friends Enjoy Super Bowl LV • Opinion: The Home Theater Experience Exposed; West Coast Students: Why Ursinus? • Super Bowl LV, COVID-Style • Coach Mike Does it All


The Grizzly, February 11, 2021, Simra Mariam, Ashley McComeskey, Marie Skyes, Layla Halterman, Ava Compagnoni, Rosalia Murphy 2021 Ursinus College

The Grizzly, February 11, 2021, Simra Mariam, Ashley Mccomeskey, Marie Skyes, Layla Halterman, Ava Compagnoni, Rosalia Murphy

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Letter From a Graduate • PA COVID-19 Vaccine Update for Ursinus Students • Student Success is a Priority to Ursinus Staff • V.IRTU.E Club • "Breaking Invisible Barriers": The Mission for More Empathy • Opinion: Wintertime Socially Distanced Activities • Mental Health Check-in with Students and Staff • Successful Women's Tennis Season Cut Short: What Comes Next?


Library Sources Available On Pre-Islamic Religious Traditions Of The Eastern Hindu Kush And On Shamanism Among The Kalasha People, Dr. Muhammad Kashif Ali, Dr. Ghulam Shabbir, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Chawla 2021 Department of History & Pakistan Studies University of Gujrat, Pakistan.

Library Sources Available On Pre-Islamic Religious Traditions Of The Eastern Hindu Kush And On Shamanism Among The Kalasha People, Dr. Muhammad Kashif Ali, Dr. Ghulam Shabbir, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Chawla

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The shamanism is the oldest cult of human being, in Pakistan the Kalasha are the sole people in the (eastern) Hindu Kush region who have the tradition of shamanism alive though at the last breath. The Kalasha are Indo-Aryan people of Dardic branch and their religion has similarities with the religion of Vedic period. Shaman or dehar is one of the most significant institutions of the community and is the most spiritual in nature. However, for some decades the shamanism due to multiple reasons is towards the decline; impurity is the key reason. Though the Kalasha people does not have ...


Super Bowl Lv, Richard C. Crepeau 2021 University of Central Florida

Super Bowl Lv, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

Super Bowl LV has come and gone and it will forever occupy a unique place in the History of the NFL. The game itself was a throwback to many earlier games that simply did not live up to the hype. What was billed as a great matchup that was likely to be won by whomever had the last possession of the game, turned out to be a lop-sided contest decided by halftime, or at the latest, the middle of the third quarter.


Media, Criminal Injustice, And The Black Freedom Struggle, Erin G. Turner 2021 Vanderbilt University

Media, Criminal Injustice, And The Black Freedom Struggle, Erin G. Turner

Swarthmore Undergraduate History Journal

Since the mid-20th century, media outlets have driven publicity for newsworthy events and shaped content for their receptive audiences. Commonly, massive movements seek publicity to attract attention and participation for protests, demonstrations, slogans, and unfortunate events. For instance, the black freedom struggle of the 1950s through the 1970s took advantage of their traumatic narratives of oppression to attract national and international attention. Many African Americans who experienced dastardly components of a racist criminal justice system were, in turn, earning respect and power from their freedom-seeking counterparts by commodifying the emotion that fueled black liberation efforts.[i] Media, therefore, became ...


Death And The Transformation Of Women’S Roles Surrounding Death: An Analysis Of Jacques-Louis David’S History Paintings, Miranda Boljat 2021 Liberty University

Death And The Transformation Of Women’S Roles Surrounding Death: An Analysis Of Jacques-Louis David’S History Paintings, Miranda Boljat

Bound Away: The Liberty Journal of History

Jacques-Louis David is remembered today for his contributions to the world of Neoclassical art before the French Revolution, during the Revolution, and during the reign of Napoleon Bonaparte. His body of work represents an impressive journey from his Rococo roots to his Neoclassical political works to his many different portraits of Napoleon. In comparing his pieces, an observer can track the development of a variety of themes. Specifically, it is possible to see the different ways David portrayed the event of death in his history paintings. From there, a researcher can clearly tie the different views of death to the ...


The Grizzly, February 4, 2021, Simra Mariam, Ava Compagnoni, Shelsea Deravil, Layla Halterman, Jenni Berrios, Amelia Kunko, Morgan Grabowski, Rosalia Murphy 2021 Ursinus College

The Grizzly, February 4, 2021, Simra Mariam, Ava Compagnoni, Shelsea Deravil, Layla Halterman, Jenni Berrios, Amelia Kunko, Morgan Grabowski, Rosalia Murphy

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Not Just a Regular Wednesday in D.C. • Campus Undergoes an Extra Round of Weekly COVID-19 Testing • UC Television Program Coming to Life • Fun in the Snow at Ursinus! • Shannon Collis: Strata Berman Museum Exhibit • Ursinus Artivism: The Freedom of Speech Wall • Opinion: The Reality of Remote Learning and What it has Taught Me • "What is Your Favorite Starbucks Order?" • Wellness Center Update • UC Swim Works for More


February 2021, Temple Shalom 2021 University of Southern Maine

February 2021, Temple Shalom

Newsletter Archive

No abstract provided.


Cultural Evolution Of Isleta Pueblo, Sonny Ray D. Olguin 2021 University of Portland

Cultural Evolution Of Isleta Pueblo, Sonny Ray D. Olguin

History Undergraduate Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


"Black Studies In 21st Century Higher Education" Webinar Video, University of Maine Black Student Union, University of Maine Alumni Association, John H. Bracey Jr., Ph.D., Sonia Sanchez Ph.D. 2021 W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst

"Black Studies In 21st Century Higher Education" Webinar Video, University Of Maine Black Student Union, University Of Maine Alumni Association, John H. Bracey Jr., Ph.D., Sonia Sanchez Ph.D.

Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Video, transcript, and promotional materials for a web-based seminar featuring Dr. Sonia Sanchez and Dr. John Bracey discussing Black Studies in 21st century higher education. The Black History Month program was hosted by the University of Maine Black Student Union, co-hosted by the UMaine Alumni Association.


Henry Aaron, Richard C. Crepeau 2021 University of Central Florida

Henry Aaron, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

I was looking at email late this morning when there was a small notice at the top right on the screen from AJC (the Atlanta Journal Constitution). At first the title of the message didn’t register with me as I saw it out of the corner of my eye. After several seconds it did register. The message was about Hank Aaron, and when I looked, I saw it was an announcement of the great man’s death. This was the third such notice of the death of a member of the Atlanta Braves family that I received in the ...


Morkovcha [Korean Carrot Salad], Lidiya A. Kan 2021 CUNY Hunter College

Morkovcha [Korean Carrot Salad], Lidiya A. Kan

Theses and Dissertations

Morkovcha, Korean Carrot Salad is a short documentary that tells a story of ethnic Koreans from Russia and the post-Soviet territories making their new home in New York City. The history of the diaspora is told through conversations with my mother, personal stories, fragmented memories, and my family photo archive. This very personal film is my attempt to revisit the 160-year history of the Russian Korean diaspora and to record and preserve our unique fusion of cultures in the melting pot that is the United States. Its purpose is to help to process and accept the tragic past of my ...


‘We Were Very Much Surprised At Their Worship’: American Girls And Religious Tourism In The Early Republic, 1780-1835, Sharon Halevi 2021 University of Haifa

‘We Were Very Much Surprised At Their Worship’: American Girls And Religious Tourism In The Early Republic, 1780-1835, Sharon Halevi

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

Following the Revolution, the United States formally embraced the ideal and practice of religious freedom. But how was this ideal instilled and practiced? Could a form of pilgrimage have been mobilised in order to inculcate it? In this article I argue that in the early American republic, religious freedom was demonstrated and imparted to adolescents through a unique form of pilgrimage: visiting and attending the worship services of religious minorities while on tour. I demonstrate my argument by considering the travel accounts of fifteen, Protestant, American adolescent girls (aged 10 to 21) between 1782 and 1835; I trace their visits ...


Censorship Of Rock And Roll, Meaghan Curtin 2021 Kennesaw State University

Censorship Of Rock And Roll, Meaghan Curtin

Emerging Writers

This short essay explores the history of censorship of rock and roll music.


Tommy Lasorda, Richard C. Crepeau 2021 University of Central Florida

Tommy Lasorda, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

It was announced today that longtime Dodger manager and even longer fixture and face of the Dodgers has died. In July of 1997 he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. At that time, I wrote this piece which I send now without alteration.

Richard Crepeau


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