As the months turn chilly, we can’t help but crave cozying up with warm comfort food. Since food is the single greatest unifier in cultures, our NEW four-part virtual series - Food Cultures of the World, brings into your kitchens and hearts recipes that allow you to build a connection with those halfway around the world.
Well, dig out your pots and pans and join us as we kick-start our virtual series with a traditional Sudanese meal - Goraasa be Dama on November 21 at 6 pm EST. Goraasa is a quick flatbread, and Dama is a beef stew made in just under 30 minutes. Leading this LIVE meal preparation will be Chef Nick Klopp and our guest speaker, Dr. Michele R. Buzon, Bioarchaeologist in the Department of Anthropology at Purdue University. Dr. Buzon will share her current research on the forgotten pyramids in Sudan, and its significance in the region.
Speaker: Dr. Micherle R Buzon
Bioarchaeologist @Department of Anthropology at Purdue University.
Bioarchaeologist in the Department of Anthropology at Purdue University. Professor of Anthropology at Purdue University. Dr. Michele R. Buzon focus is excavating and analyzing human skeletal remains from archaeological sites in order to address questions related to the biocultural effects of sociopolitical change in the ancient Nile Valley.