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Title

Sunrise, Zoom session 2, Code 3

Project

Heritage Conversation Partners

Content

Clip

Session ID

3.2.3.2022

Date Recorded

9-2-2022

Date Produced

16 February 2022

Date Archived

4 May 2022

Biography

Anthropology Students enrolled in ANT 300 at the University of Northern Colorado discuss cultural holidays, cuisine, dress, and customs that are associated with their unique backgrounds. Participants shared their favorite holidays and the foods that they traditionally eat during these holidays as well as memories associated with them as well. Holidays discussed include Birthdays, Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Veterans Day, as well as funerals. Questions were provided by Dr. Michael Kimball.

Subject

Holidays; Clothing; Celebrations

Geographic Coverage

Greeley, CO; Illinois; Germany; Norway; Mexico

Transcript Code

Food

Transcript Code Definition

Descriptions of cuisine that are made in their family with respect to heritage consciousness

Transcript Code Example

"My mom would make- they're called frosted pickles- for Christmas time and it's a pickle and... I feel bad because I think it's cream cheese and then horseradish? Something like that, and then some dried meat. I'll have to figure it out, but it's super good and I only crave it that time of year."

Research Question(s)

3

Timestamp Start

25:36

Timestamp Finish

25:52

Abstract

Anthropology Students enrolled in ANT 300 at the University of Northern Colorado discuss cultural holidays, cuisine, dress, and customs that are associated with their unique backgrounds. Participants shared their favorite holidays and the foods that they traditionally eat during these holidays as well as memories associated with them as well. Holidays discussed include Birthdays, Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Veterans Day, as well as funerals. Questions were provided by Dr. Michael Kimball.

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