In Volume I our anthropologist carried out fieldwork in the South Pacific, travelled widely to represent anthropology, and enjoyed world foods.Here he extends his life work with international assignments and food studies. In an unexplained tragedy he loses his wife and faces court accusations in Switzerland. He returns to face life in Vancouver forcing himself to complete his international work. He completes his term as editor of Current Anthropology and discovers new challenges on the internet where he establishes a multimedia anthropology journal and a guide to his cityAcanacs exceptional restaurants. Throughout his writing he presents vivid accounts of unique experiences Acana people, lands and foods.... surprise, again three ticks on my scale -- the Bangkok, which had not been open long enough to make Kathy Eldona#39;s edition. ... The Spring rolls were thick with scrumptiously crunchy fillings. ... And as in any really good Thai restaurant, the menu tells you what to expect and gives you plenty of opportunity to sample recipes where mouth-burning chilli is not appropriate. ... My experience of West Africa, apart from Nigeria, was in francophone countries, and unfortunately far too limited.
|Title||:||Bumps on a Long Road|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2010-07|