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  • Food for thought

    Food for thought

    By Jessica Sinn, College of Liberal Arts
    Published: Nov. 22, 2011

    American Studies Associate Professor Elizabeth Engelhardt serves up stories on Southern food culture just in time for Thanksgiving.

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      Dieta Para Bajar De Peso said on Dec. 23, 2011 at 10:07 p.m.
      "And these judgments extended to a woman’s class, morals, hygiene and even religion." Sheesh! - love cornbread and biscuits. Can't believe the extent to what they have signified in the Appalachians. Great article!
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      Nadav said on Nov. 23, 2011 at 5:38 a.m.
      Traditional foods are a very interesting subject. Although there are foods common to everyone in holidays, some groups are different in some foods. Thank you for this article, it really opened my eyes. Nadav
  • Elizabeth Engelhardt Features

    Barbecue state of mind
    Barbecue state of mind
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    You are what you eat
    You are what you eat
    Dr. Elizabeth Engelhardt studies how your food choices can carry stories...
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    Four faculty members win Silver Spurs Teaching Fellowship
    Four faculty members win Silver Spurs Teaching Fellowship
    The Silver Spurs Alumni Association -- the student organization responsible for the...
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