The Women of Ancient Michigan

Today I am giving a lecture at the Michigan Women Forward (formerly Michigan Women’s Historical Center and Hall of Fame). It is an exciting opportunity that has challenged me to frame my research about pottery and cuisine in the context of gender. I’ve never really considered myself a “gender archaeologist,” although I think it’s a … Continue reading The Women of Ancient Michigan

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Lean, Mean, Cooking Machines: Relationships between Pottery Technology and Cuisine

Hello again! Sorry for the hiatus – Thanksgiving was a busy time for me and I was unable to keep up here on Hot for Pots, but I am back and making up for lost time with a longer- and nerdier-than-usual blog post. For that I say “you’re welcome,” and also “I’m sorry.” To illustrate … Continue reading Lean, Mean, Cooking Machines: Relationships between Pottery Technology and Cuisine