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Radiation Nation By Mark Barrow
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This is an anthology of nineteen essays on the culture and politics of the bomb in the United States from 1945 to 1990. Section 1 looks at America's entry into the nuclear age. Section 2 examines... More > the impact of the bomb on American culture. Section 3 explores the ongoing controversy over nuclear fallout. Section 4 covers debates about the bomb and attempts to limit this destructive technology. And section 5 looks at the development of nuclear power. Created by students in Hist 4004, Spring 2011, Virginia Tech.< Less
Freedom Fare: A Taste of American Food History By Mark Barrow
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Food history explores how our relationship to food has transformed over time. The field not only seeks to analyze developments in how food has been grown, processed, transported, stored,... More > advertised, sold, prepared, and consumed, but also the complex cultural rituals and meanings associated with our diets and the ways in which our eating choices help establish identity. In short, food history offers an invaluable window onto who we are as a people and a nation. The sixteen chapters in this volume offer important perspectives on the role and place of food in American history. They were produced by students in my 4000-level senior capstone course during the spring of 2014.< Less
Radiation Nation By Mark Barrow
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This is an anthology of nineteen essays on the culture and politics of the bomb in the United States from 1945 to 1990. Section 1 looks at America's entry into the nuclear age. Section 2 examines... More > the impact of the bomb on American culture. Section 3 explores the ongoing controversy over nuclear fallout. Section 4 covers debates about the bomb and attempts to limit this destructive technology. And section 5 looks at the development of nuclear power. Created by students in Hist 4004, Spring 2011, Virginia Tech.< Less
At the Table: The Course of American Food History By Mark Barrow
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Food history explores how our relationship to food has transformed over time. The field not only seeks to analyze developments in how food has been grown, processed, transported, stored, advertised,... More > sold, prepared, and consumed, but also the complex cultural rituals and meanings associated with our diets and the ways in which our eating choices help establish identity. In short, food history offers an invaluable window onto who we are as a people and a nation. The ten chapters in this volume offer important perspectives on the role and place of food in American history. They were produced by students in my 4000-level senior capstone course during the spring of 2016.< Less
American Pie: A Slice of Food and Drink History By Mark Barrow
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Food history explores how our relationship to food has transformed over time. The field not only seeks to analyze developments in how food has been grown, processed, transported, stored, advertised,... More > sold, prepared, and consumed, but also the complex cultural rituals and meanings associated with our diets and the ways in which our eating choices help establish identity. In short, food history offers an invaluable window onto who we are as a people and a nation. The thirteen chapters in this volume offer important perspectives on the role and place of food and drink in American history. They were produced by students in my 4000-level senior capstone course during the fall of 2018.< Less

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Genius Matters Genius Matters By Angela Maiers
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