This course concludes with the Global Recipes Project, which is a culminating re

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This course concludes with the Global Recipes Project, which is a culminating research project focused on the broad themes of this course related to food and power in global history. This project takes inspiration from the Recipes Project, which is Professor Kashanipour’s s digital venue discussions of foodways by scholars, culinary professionals, and foodies. Please explore the site for models of the kinds of works for this course project.
The Global Recipes Project is to be exploratory, analytical, and scholarly discussion of a family or historical recipe. The final project intentionally builds on the Recipe Study assignment from Module 3. This project calls for the production of a brief and original discussion that situates a recipe in historical and relational contexts. This recipe should be examined as a lens on the past with a particular eye for origins, development over time, and power relations.
There are three aims for this project:
First, this project is intended to be an opportunity for students to demonstrate knowledge and facility with the course content and information. It is a chance to show aspects of what has been learned about the historical and global dimensions of foodways. Show us what you have learned!
Second, this project is designed to be a space for original research and thinking, particularly about specific aspects of food, power, and global history.
And finally, it should be fun and engaging. Have fun with the project! If using a family recipe, ask questions of family members about it? Who created it? When do you eat it? If using a historical recipe, ask similar questions, like who was it intended for? Who might have created it? Explore things that interest you. Cook the recipe! Beyond that, though, consider the historical dimensions of the work. Where did the ingredients originate? When did it develop? This should be an opportunity to develop something original and memorable.
Essential Components
With this project, you should produce a formal written essay that presents, discusses, explores, and analyzes a recipe. Build on what you have learned and done in this course. You are welcome to build on previous assignments. The Recipe Study, in particular, can serve as the basis for this project. Select something meaningful and worthy of discussion. Chose something that interests you!
There are five essential components to this project, which you should prepare for submission as a single document or file.
Presentation – Begin by presenting the recipe itself. If using a family recipe derived from an interview, transcribe the details of the ingredients and method of processing and preparation. Note from whom it came from. If it is derived from a text, transcribe the recipe with all its components. Images of the text are welcome as supplements. Be sure to include references to the original work.
Discussion – Next detail the key aspects of the recipe and their contexts. Discuss essential elements of the recipe such as the ingredients and methods. Basics like, who created it? What is in it? What methods are used? When is it eaten? Note the context of the recipe, such as where it appeared or when it is typically consumed. This is a summary discussion, so include as much relevant information as possible.
Exploration – Examine the recipe as a historical and living record. In this section, you should discuss the context of the recipe. What is in it and what is significant about it? Does it come from a particular period? Is it connected to important events or occasions? The exploration should situate the work in context. Going further, recipes also invite hands on exploration. As such, you are encouraged to prepare the recipe yourself. Gather the requisite ingredients and try to make it!
Analysis – In this section, which is one of the most important, analyze the recipe for larger meanings and connections. Here you should utilize other works and sources to note the importance and key discoveries that you have made about the work. Are there historical dimensions revealed in this recipe? For instance, one could note issues like the origins of the ingredients. Are the basic components all from a unique region? Is it associated with a national or regional cuisine? One could also note issues about the methods. Are the techniques unique to certain periods? Does it require particular tools? Your analysis should be clear, concise, and original.
Bibliography – Finally, include a bibliography to the works that relate to the project. Understanding the scholarly literature is essential for research across all disciplines. To demonstrate your understanding of your topic, please include a list of at least five sources that relate to the recipe, least two can come from the course content. You should incorporate elements of these works in the parts of the project.
Note: you are welcome and encouraged to include photos, audio, and video as supplements with each of these sections. If you explore the recipe by preparing it, do include photos. If you conducted an oral interview with a family member, feel free to include a brief audio clip. We’d love to see you cooking or hear your Nana!
This project should be presented as a formal (but fun) written essay. The essay should be roughly 1,200 words (+/- 60), plus a bibliography. Present the five sections above as a document. Include a title at the beginning and a word count at the end. Please double space and use of a standard 12-point font. Make sure that all writing is your own unless cited appropriately. No plagiarism! All references should be formatted following Chicago Style. Images are encouraged and welcomed!


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