Prof. Lauren Klein | Category Archive | Fall 2012
This is a course about why people keep things, how people keep things, and the things that, try as they may, people cannot keep at all. From archives of documents to archives of junk, we will explore the concept of the archive, and how it is transformed in the digital age. We will examine theoretical […].
Prof. Lauren Klein | Category Archive | Food Studies
From the time of first contact, European explorers and later, colonists and citizens were alternately fascinated and repulsed by the new foods they encountered, and they wrote about them in their journals, narratives, histories, and letters. Early American writers, in turn, imbued acts of eating with new significance as they attempted to distinguish their social, cultural, and […]. ENG 1102: Food and Representation. December 3, 2011 ⋅. Lauren Klein, Ph.D. School of Literature, Media,.