Monthly Archives: September 2011

Food Studies

My team of eleven brave Food Studies bloggers. I’m extremely pleased to announce that I’m editing a new series called Food Studies for the online environmental magazine Grist. Thanks to the superhuman efforts of Grist’s new food editor, Twilight Greenaway, we launched today, and you can start following the series online here. Those of you […]

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How Wine Became Metropolitan: An Interview with David Gissen

IMAGE: The Metro Wine Map of France, designed by David Gissen. David Gissen is usually known as an architectural theorist whose publications (including a blog, and Subnature, a book I highly recommend) explore peripheral, denigrated, or otherwise overlooked aspects of urban nature — puddles, smog, and weeds — in order to re-imagine the relationship between […]

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