Humanities Grant Segments

Humanities Grant Segments
1:47 pm
Wed October 13, 2010

Mixed Ingredients - Day 2 - Vivian Halloran

Albany, NY – Vivian Halloran, associate professor of comparative literature at Indiana University in Bloomington, provides examples of the various roles that food has played in literature, including how food and dining have been used as plot devices and metaphors in works by well-known authors.

Mixed Ingredients is made possible by the New York Council for the Humanities.

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Humanities Grant Segments
1:47 pm
Wed October 13, 2010

Mixed Ingredients - Day 2 - Essay - Goldilocks Revisited

Albany, NY – Wally Nichols visits Goldilocks years after her famous adventure. Katie Horn provides the voice of Goldilocks.

Mixed Ingredients is made possible by the New York Council for the Humanities.

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Humanities Grant Segments
5:30 pm
Tue October 12, 2010

Mixed Ingredients - Day 1 - Linda Bauer

Albany, NY – Katie Britton talks with Linda Bauer about the foods featured in their book, Recipes from Historic America, including a range of dishes from our nation's past that are currently served in historic restaurants across the U.S., such as the century old Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, NH.

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Humanities Grant Segments
5:25 pm
Tue October 12, 2010

Mixed Ingredients - Day 1 - Essay: Wine and Food / Wine is Food

Albany, NY – Steven Kolpan, professor and chair of wine studies at the CIA, and James Beard Award winner, will discuss the relationship between food, wine, and history. Kolpan is the wine columnist for The Valley Table and Salon.com, and the author of several books on wine, including WineWise.

Mixed Ingredients is made possible through the support of the New York Council for the Humanities.

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Humanities Grant Segments
5:22 pm
Tue October 12, 2010

Mixed Ingredients - Day 1 - Mark Kurlansky

New York, New York – James Beard Award-winning author of the bestselling books Cod and Salt, Mark Kurlansky, will expand upon the examination of America's culinary past, focusing specifically on access to food before the national highway system, chain restaurants, and refrigeration and freezers, when meals were fresh, seasonal, local and traditional.

Mixed Ingredients is made possible through the support of the New York Council for the Humanities.

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Humanities Grant Segments
5:20 pm
Tue October 12, 2010

Mixed Ingredients - Day 1 - Beth Forrest

Hyde Park, NY – Beth Forrest, food historian and Culinary Institute of America (CIA) professor, will discuss the significance of food in America, from our historic past to present times, including how supply and demand, as well as preferences and tastes, have evolved over time.

Mixed Ingredients is made possible through the support of the New York Council for the Humanities.

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Humanities Grant Segments
3:29 pm
Wed October 21, 2009

Hudson River Series - AIHA - Panel Discussion

Albany, NY – Panel: Historic Hudson River painter Len Tantillo; author and Hudson River Panorama consultant Tom Lewis; curator Doug McCombs; archeologist and Hudson River Panorama consultant Christopher Lindner; Ian Berry, Curator, The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College.

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Humanities Grant Segments
3:29 pm
Tue October 20, 2009

Hudson River Series - AIHA - Tom Birdsey

Albany, NY – Tom Birdsey, President and CEO of EYP Architecture and Engineering, joins The Tablers at The Albany Institute of History and Art.

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Humanities Grant Segments
3:28 pm
Tue October 20, 2009

Hudson River Series - AIHA - Dutch Architecture

Albany, NY – WAMC's Steve Felano brings us this feature on the Dutch influence on architecture in Albany.

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Humanities Grant Segments
3:28 pm
Tue October 20, 2009

Hudson River Series - AIHA - Jack McEneny

Albany, NY – Assemblyman John J. McEneny joins the show to talk about Albany's history.

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