By Stan Hieronymus
Stan Hieronymus expertly explains the character of hops, their origins, hop caliber and utilization--and even devotes a complete bankruptcy to dry hopping. For the affection of Hops additionally features a reference catalog of greater than a hundred types and their features.
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His interest is in how material life underpins economic relations rather than social relations, although Roche explains that the group of French historians surrounding the journal Annales – Lucien Febvre, Robert Mandrou, Guy Thuillier and Fernand Braudel – used the theme of everyday material life to develop earlier historians’ understanding of the process of civilization (Roche 2000: 3–5). The Annales historians questioned the economists’ model of homo oeconomicus and instead adopted anthropological methods to observe the individual BL2093 ch 02 26/10/2004 8:12 PM Page 31 MATERIAL CIVILIZATION 31 and collective practices and actions of ordinary people in order to understand civilization.
But further, it will be linked to the occasion, the social event that the meal recognizes. The plate that is appropriate for a ceremonial meal or a family occasion may well be different from the one we feel comfortable with for a picnic or a TV dinner. While social status may always be an issue in consuming for use and enjoyment, emotional, practical and other cultural factors both inform and shape our choices. Whatever the range of factors that bear on our choices, what is central is what we actually do; what plate we use and what practices it entails (polish it, put it in the dishwasher or throw it in the bin).
Grooming rituals’ – the cleaning and maintenance of objects such as the car) and erase meaning (‘divestment rituals’ – redecorating a house to divest traces of the previous owners). But his discussion of interaction with material objects and with their significance in material civilization is restricted to their symbolic value which, as is the case with most commentators on consumption, is simply to do with social status. The complexity of material life is not explored even in this context; is there any possibility of intrinsic pleasure to be derived from contact with these objects?