Colorful (2010) might not be the perfect anime movie, but it tackles some intriguing matters, and show how life can really be worth living.
Japanese director Akira Kurosawa’s additions to the lexicon of cinema are countless, and his well of influence is deeper than possibly imaginable. The 1950 film Rashomon was the first of his many masterpieces. Without it cinema would not look the same as it does today.
In his book “Another Person’s Poison: A History of Food Allergy”, Matthew Smith describes how food allergy became a “legitimate” science, and how the relationship between food and health was understood through time.
Verta Mae Smart-Grosvenor tries to tackle the issues of gender, race, and culture, all within the space of the kitchen and context of culinary, in a review of her article “The Kitchen Crisis” by our fellow GDP student Natsuki Noguchi.