Tag: Basque Country

Anthropomorphizing Wine in Our Current Climate

Natalie Konopinski , February 25th, 2019


What might a Basque wine tell us about current wine trends and broader human issues? My coworkers at the wine bar knew I had an interest in the…


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A Taste of the Basque Country

Elyse Bailey , June 27th, 2016


My first trip to the Basque Country, an ethnic nation straddling northwest Spain and southwest France, was not academic in nature; I was there with my partner David…


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A Tale of Two Museums

Elyse Bailey , June 27th, 2016


Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons Among Basques, it used to be “the anthropologist as hero.” By the turn of the new millennium it was “the architect…


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