Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Movement of Ice Cubes: From Calcutta to Massachusetts Avenue

By Hannah Walters (Boston). Hannah explores the surprising ice industry, from how one of Boston’s oldest companies moves ice using GPS technology and a special, green truck, to the commonly forgotten odyssey ice cubes once made in the 19th century
Posted in Boston

From North to South: How the Amazon Feeds São Paulo

By Emma Young (São Paulo). Emma is a doctoral student at the CUNY Graduate Center, where she studies the history of food-ways in Latin America and the Caribbean. She is based in Brooklyn and São Paulo. In this article, Emma
Posted in São Paulo