Monthly Archives: May 2012
Dancing in the Stream: a Meditation on Yup’ik Eskimo Dancing
Starting in 1989 I taught in a remote Yup’ik Eskimo and Athabascan Indian Villages in Alaska. I have been working on a memoir about those years for over half a decade. I sometimes refer to my time in Alaska as … Continue reading
Interpreting Food, Digesting Memory
Photo: “Scoops,” Granclement Gelateria, Casco Viejo, Panama. The first time I heard of gelato I’d traded my dogsled and down-filled parka for a Eurail pass and a Eu-ro-mance—some twenty years ago. As the Eu-ro-mance, (now) my husband, likes to say, “That … Continue reading
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