Food Culture in the Anthropocene

“For a revolution that supposedly failed, the counterculture of the 1960s and early 1970s scored a string of enduring victories. Environmentalism, feminism, civil and gay rights, as well as styles of music, fashion, politics, therapy and intoxication: In more ways than many of us realise, we live in a world created by the ‘60s … … Continue reading Food Culture in the Anthropocene

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Sydney Opera House Book

Like a Living Thing: The Evolution of the Sydney Opera House By Jillian Burt. Illustrations by Reg Mombassa. The book fleshes out the Sydney Opera House’s role as a symbol, reporting on how the resourcefulness and ingenuity of the resident arts companies, rock musicians and chefs is influencing the building’s evolution ahead of the renewal … Continue reading Sydney Opera House Book