Up next for the Anthropologies #22 Food issue we have this essay from Chhaya Kolavalli, who is currently a PhD candidate in anthropology at the University of Kentucky. Her research interests center on the raced and classed impacts of US socioeconomic policy, US cities, and the alternative agrifood movement. Her dissertation research explores the racialization process at the center of food justice work, through investigation into differential understandings of racialized urban space, understandings of hunger and ‘food desertification,’ and racially... “In faith work, you want your faith to fuel you, personally, and it will shine out in what you do—you won’t have to try to convert anyone. And you know I’ll answer questions if people ask, but I won’t push it. And lots of times people start asking these questions in our garden”. – Carly Smith, co-founder of a Midwestern urban-agriculture centered faith based organization (FBO). Federal welfare rollback has made nonprofits and faith-based organizations like Carly’s increasingly responsible for urban governance and welfare provision in the United States (Morgen and Maskovsky 2003. Swyngedouw 2005). The 1996 Personal Work... For the evangelical urban gardeners involved in this study, the garden served as a site to recruit new church members and to ‘model’ several aspects of their conservative religious ideology—most notably, as I’ll argue, a heteronormative... Source: Savage Minds
Agnes Ross Belvin of Seal Beach, Calif., died at home Nov. 30. She was 91 years old. Agnes Agatha Marie Joseph was born April 9, 1925, on St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands to Rosalind Vanita Joseph and Cyril Ivan Joseph. She was the fourth child in her
Researchers have created a heuristically trained neural network that outperformed conventional machine learning algorithms by 160 percent and its own training by 9 percent. This new teaching method could enable AI to make correct classifications of
peas, broccoli, carrot, garlic, olive oil, parmesan cheese, black pepper, salt, tomato, spaghetti squash, water
Drawing on historical documents and newspaper reports, this book provides a fascinating portrait of a diverse group of character actresses who left their stamp on Hollywood from the early sound era through the 1960s. The lives of 35 actresses are explored in detail. Some are familiar: Margaret Hamilton starred in dozens of films before and after her signature role as the Wicked Witch in The Wizard of Oz; Una Merkel nearly died when her mother committed suicide in 1945. Others are nearly forgotten: Maude Eburne owed her career to a spectacular fall on the Broadway stage in 1914; Greta Meyer, who played the quintessential German maid, came to Hollywood after years in New York's Yiddish theater--though she wasn't Jewish.
Abstract: We explore the factors that shape the extent and scope of the response of G20 countries to a Financial Stability Board (FSB) recommendation aimed at mitigating the risks from financial innovation. Using a formal content analysis of the FSBÕs ...
Matthew, Daisy W. Rochester: November 8, 2016. She is predeceased by her husband, Ivan; beloved mother of Ivan (Rosalind), Clarence, Ivan Wayne (Leda) Matthew; special son, Jim Brown; grandmother of 3; and 1...
Featured in the cast are Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennett, Dan Duryea, Margaret Lindsay and Rosalind Ivan. "The Red House," a psychological thriller starring Edward G. Robinson and released in 1947, follows at 10 p.m. on TCM (cable Channel 50).
Lived 1920 – 1958. Rosalind Franklin's X-ray work played a crucial role in the discovery of DNA's structure. Furthermore, Franklin discovered that DNA
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Professor Rosalind W. Picard, ScD is founder and director of the Affective Computing research group at the MIT Media Lab, co-director of the Things That ...
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