Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson, 1994–1995 | National Humanities Center

Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson (NHC Fellow, 1994–95)

Project Title

Nineteenth-Century Flaneurs and Twentieth-Century Cultures

Columbia University

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Fellowship Work Summary, 1994–95

Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson did research for "France-Amérique: Cuisine and Culture," a study of the production of culinary identity and the evolution of culinary culture from nineteenth-century France to contemporary America. She worked on a translation of Pierre Bourdieu, et al., La Misere du Monde, to be published by Polity Press; reviewed for Contemporary Sociology M. Christine Boyer's The City of Collective Memory; and completed for Romantisme an article, "De Paris l'Affaire Dreyfus: le parcours de l'intellectuel."