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David I. Beriss

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The shuffle of post-Katrina cultural ...
www.therecord.com, 29 Aug 2015 [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.
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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."
By David ...
www.perseusacademic.com, 6 Aug 2004 [cached]
By David Beriss
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David Beriss is assistant professor of Anthropology at the University of New Orleans. He has worked as an applied anthropologist in association with the US Senate, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the National Coalition for the Homeless.
David ...
www.louisianabookfestival.org, 11 Feb 2015 [cached]
David Beriss Louisiana Book Festival
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David Beriss teaches Anthropology at the University of New Orleans.
The shuffle of post-Katrina cultural ...
katrina10.org, 5 Aug 2015 [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.
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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."
Liz Williams, president and director of ...
www.louisianabookfestival.org, 6 Oct 2014 [cached]
Liz Williams, president and director of SoFAB Institute, a food authority and published author; David Beriss, author and cultural anthropologist at University of New Orleans; and Alisa Plant, an editor at LSU Press, will serve as panelists.
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