The French gastronome Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin (1755-1826) once wrote: Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are. This statement was of course made in a different time, and of course the world looks very different today than it had for Brillat-Savarin.Using the content of at least three (3) course readings from weeks 410, and covering at least two of the three regions of East Asia, discuss whether or not you believe this claim can be applicable to the foodways of East Asia, and why. Explain your reasoning using concrete examples, and take into account the historical changes in East Asian foodways in the past. Suggestions for thinking about this essay:What is the underlying logic of this claim? What are its underlying assumptions and limitations?Today, what…
I'm looking for help with my research proposal-- mainly explaining the significance of a question (which I included, but am open to changing if it remains in the general area of Nanking China) and what the goals and objectives are, as well as some background on the topic. I've included a rough outline, and if possible, please stick to the ratio of page limits for each section.
Events of the 1930s had a profound effect on many U.S. citizens. Describe how life changed for urban ethnic communities, and for farming communities. Who were Huey Long and Charles Coughlin, and how may one account for their popularity? Do you think someone like Long or Coughlin would be influential today? Explain why or why not.
For each source listed below, write a paragraph answering the questions below:- Briefly summarize each source- How did a section of the textbook surprise you? What did you know before reading this?- Is there something in the section that you would like to learn more about?- How did the material make you feel? What feelings did it bring up: anger? Frustration? Happiness for one of the people involved?You do not need to do in text citations.One source is an upload. The others are below.Only Chapter 1 of the this source:https://avalon.law.yale.edu/20th_century/unchart.asphttps://avalon.law.yale.edu/20th_century/wilson14.asphttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIfQ4GfSz3U
How does the film Sansh the Bailiff explore issues of individual moral integrity? In what ways is the film an accurate reflection of the Heian period and, in other ways, quite modern?Please watch the film and use it as a reference. Please also include more analysis and less summary of the examples you chose.
This assignment requires you to practice analytical reading and historical writing. You will read and write about the texts of two Arab travelers to the Land of Darkness (the upper reaches of the Volga river) and assess the transformation that occurred in the region between 922 AD and 1161 AD. The big question of this assignment is as follows: What changed in the region during those roughly two centuries, and how do you account for this change? You need to answer this question with a clearly stated thesis. To get started, read the introduction and appendices 1, 2 and 4. You will need this background reading for context, and I expect you to include a few relevant quotations to illustrate points you are making. I also recommend that you take…
After writing your paper explaining the specifics of six different people or items outlined in those six specific chapters, select at least 2 different people or items outlined in the other chapters and explain why they do or do not help make the point that "Asia was the world." Why are they important or less so, compared with the examples provided in your paper? Please include specifics to support your argument
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Please read When Asia was the World, in its entirety, and write an essay1. see the variety of people, places, and things that had an impact on the Asian World2. describe the various types of networks that existed3. explain the similarities and differences of these people and societies