Tag: Meara Sharma
Boundaries of Taste: The New York Times chief wine critic on the perils of connoisseurship and the pleasure in discovering one’s personal taste.
Meara Sharma & Henry Peck: A Non-Place by the SeaDecember 2014
When a storm destroyed Dhanushkodi, the government ordered it emptied. Fifty years later, we meet the people who stayed.
Blackness as the Second PersonNovember 2014
The National Book Award finalist on chronicling everyday racism, the violence inherent in language, and the continuum from Rodney King to Michael Brown.
Divine AcquisitionOctober 2014
American Empires: The scholar of African-American religion on black megachurches and the marketability of the American Dream.
Felt Not KnownAugust 2014
The novelist on mythic creatures, horror stories, and sensory maladies.
Servings of Small ChangeJune 2014
The food writers on building a food movement that transcends class lines.
Salt of the EarthMarch 2014
The Southern food historian on the politics of consumption, matzoh ball gumbo, and the multicultural “terroir” of the South.
Through the Looking GlassJanuary 2014
A new biography of Norman Rockwell casts light on the man who hid behind his finely wrought paintings.