Tuesdays at the Grille will feature a Valentine’s Day theme Feb. 6 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. This menu is very popular, so reserve your table as soon as you can by contacting Joanna at 436-3934 or Joanna.Foti@oneonta.edu
The menu is as follows:
Salad Station: Fresh Fruit, Mixed Greens, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Onions, Carrots, Croutons and 3 Choices for Dressing.
Soup Station: French Onion Soup and New England Clam Chowder Soup
Live Action Station: Shrimp Alfredo, Shrimp Scampi and Shrimp Fra Diavolo served over Linguini
Main Buffet: Grilled Marinated Flank Steak topped with Roasted Tomato and Bleu Cheese, Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Lemon Butter Broccoli
Dessert Station: Strawberry Devonshire, Chocolate Lava Cake and Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Tracy Betsinger, Anthropology, has recently published a review of the book, “Built on Bones: 15,000 Years of Urban Life and Death” in the American Journal of Human Biology (30:e23088, 2018). This book is an overview of the field of bioarchaeology and illustrates what can be learned from bioarchaeological inquiry.
Brian Haley (Anthropology) has published a review of David Wallace Adams’ “Three Roads to Magdalena: Coming of Age in a Southwest Borderland” (Kansas, 2016) in the American Indian Culture and Research Journal. Adams’ award-winning book (the David J. Weber–William P. Clements Prize for best Southwestern nonfiction) offers a rich historical account of gradual adaptive ethnic accommodation and increasing ethnic boundary crossings in a tri-ethnic New Mexican community comprised of Navajos, Hispanics, and Anglos. With a focus on childhood and schools, Adams expertly demonstrates the real potential of children to act as agents of ethnic accommodation despite hegemonic forces.