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David I. Beriss

Associate Professor and Chair and Department of Anthropology

University of New Orleans

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University of New Orleans

2000 Lakeshore Drive

New Orleans, Louisiana,70148

United States

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$300,000 to the University of New Orleans in New Orleans, Louisiana, to support the implementation of the New Orleans Regional Innovation Alliance, a collaborative effort between universities, colleges, industry partners, and economic development organizations...more

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Health Policy Analyst

National Coalition for the Homeless


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The PTO

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New York University


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slowfood.com

David Beriss (University of New Orleans) recently participated in the event Slow Fish 2016: Gateway to the Americas, organised by Slow Food New Orleans in March.
He shares his perception of the event...


www.berghahnbooks.com

This is an unparalleled and comprehensive collection."· David Beriss, University of New Orleans


www.neworleans-food.com

The shuffle of post-Katrina cultural influences is just another example of Creole culture expressing itself through food, said David Beriss of the department of anthropology at the University of New Orleans.
Creolization that way of adapting and being in the world shows up everywhere, he said. Mr. Beriss of the University of New Orleans said places like Willie Maes and Dooky Chase have been museum-fied, as kind of a symbol of what New Orleans food linked to race and Creole culture used to be.


www.therecord.com

The shuffle of post-Katrina cultural influences is just another example of Creole culture expressing itself through food, said David Beriss of the department of anthropology at the University of New Orleans.
"Creolization - that way of adapting and being in the world - shows up everywhere," he said. Beriss of the University of New Orleans said places like Willie Mae's and Dooky Chase have been museum-fied, "as kind of a symbol of what New Orleans food linked to race and Creole culture used to be."


katrina10.org [cached]

The shuffle of post-Katrina cultural influences is just another example of Creole culture expressing itself through food, said David Beriss of the department of anthropology at the University of New Orleans.
"Creolization - that way of adapting and being in the world - shows up everywhere," he said. Mr. Beriss of the University of New Orleans said places like Willie Mae's and Dooky Chase have been museum-fied, "as kind of a symbol of what New Orleans food linked to race and Creole culture used to be."


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