Roundabout Oxford Podcast


Roundabout Oxford Podcast Episode 13: Family Recipes



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Family recipes and foodways are on the menu for this episode of Roundabout Oxford!

00:54 Science Librarian Harley Rogers: Recipes and History in Maine and Beyond

23:18 Family Recipe Stories from Library Faculty and Staff

30:52 Head of Archives Greg Johnson: The Southern Plate Exhibit

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Located 80 miles south of Memphis and 50 miles west of Tupelo, the University of Mississippi and its home, Oxford, serve as a crossroads for everything from Blues music to sustainable agriculture to the Civil Rights Movement. Each episode, library staff bring their interests and expertise to explore different facets of life at the university and in the city. Each episode features guests who discuss their research, careers, and passions. Along the way, these conversations highlight the ways in which libraries intersect with our everyday lives as sources of community, information, and innovation in the 21st century. Roundabout Oxford is hosted by Elizabeth Batte, Brian Corrigan, Sarah Katherine Glass, Brooke Gross, Katelyn Kennedy, Harley Rogers, and Alex Watson, edited by Brian Corrigan, and features Gail Herrera. Music is by Brian Corrigan and Gail Herrera, and the program was originally developed by Brian Corrigan, Taylor Fields, Gail Herrera, Alan Munshower, Abbie Norris, Christina Streeter, and Alex Watson. The podcast is produced through the University of Mississippi Libraries.

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