Welcome to our new show "Cooking with the professor" at the time of Coronavirus, hosted by Philosophy Professor and Chair Annalisa Coliva. This show is brought to you by the Advisory Council on Campus Climate, Culture and Inclusion, Illuminations and the Humanities Center.
With a variety of dishes from different cultural traditions, we aim to stay connected and bring you some relief during these unprecedented times.
One of the themes is religious traditions, such as Orthodox Easter, Ramadan, Shabbat and Jain precepts regarding cooking.
Another prominent theme is family: kids appear in several videos. Parents, partners and anyone we are sharing this quarantined time with, are all going to be featured.
Weekly updates highlighting new episodes will be posted. We hope you'll enjoy!
Cooking with the Professor intro [YouTube] - To learn more, please read: Philosophy Professor and Chair Annalisa Coliva Introduction
Episode 1: Lasagne alla Bolognese [YouTube] - Cooking Lasagne alla Bolognese with Philosophy Professor and Chair Annalisa Coliva
Episode 2: Boneless lamb with Potatoes, Greek Style [YouTube] - To learn more, please read: In celebration of the Greek Easter Orthodox, cooking boneless lamb and pototoes with Classics Professor and Chair Andromache Karanika
Episode 3: Ramadan Mezze: [YouTube] - To learn more, please read: In celebration of Ramadan, cooking mezze with Anthropology Professor Roxanne Varzi
Episode 5: Louisiana Chicken, Sausage and Okra Gumbo [YouTube] - Cooking Louisiana Chicken, Sausage and Okra Gumbo with Professor of English Jonathan Alexander
Episode 7: Pizza Feast [YouTube] - Cooking Pizza with dr. Giovanna Fogli
Episode 8: Jain Friendly Dishes [YouTube] - Cooking Jain Friendly Dishes with Assistant Professor, Religious Studies and Philosophy Brianne Donaldson
Episode 9: Gelato Feast [YouTube] - Cooking with Philosophy Chair and Professor Annalisa Coliva
Episode 10: Maryland-Style Crab Cakes [YouTube] - Cooking Maryland-Style Crab Cakes with Dean and English Professor Tyrus Miller and Professor of Italian Deanna Shemek
Sponsors: Advisory Council on Campus Climate, Culture and Inclusion, Illuminations: The Chancellor's Arts & Culture Initiative, Humanities Center, School of Humanities