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Read online Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme Rempah rempah punya sejarah panjang dan fantastis Jack Turner mencoba menuliskan rekam jejaknya dan melalui gaya narasi sastera yang jenaka ia berhasil menyajikan suatu kisah yang luas dan sangat informatif Turner mengangkat rentetan kesalahpahaman ihwal rempah rempah yang terjadi di masa lalu dan menceritakan berbagai peristiwa secara detail serta kronologis yang terkait dengan pencarian dan penggunaannya .

Rempah rempah memberi pengaruh terhadap tokoh tokoh penting sehingga dalam sejarah mereka akhirnya dikenal sebagai pengubah sejarah dunia mulai Yesus Kristus Ibnu Sina sampai gadis gadis Spice Girls Dari Firaun Ramses hingga Marco Polo Christopher Columbus dan Vasco da Gama Ketika kawasan dunia terancam penyakit seperti epidemi pes di Eropa pada abad ke rempah rempah oleh dunia pengobatan dianggap mujarab sebagai penangkalnya Terlebih menarik lagi adalah ketika Turner juga memaparkan kaitan rempah rempah dan sejarah erotisme Terkuaklah bagaimana kisah penggunaan rempah rempah dalam praktek sexual magic yang bertujuan untuk meningkatkan gairah keperkasaan menggaet perempuan dll Praktek yang dimulai di Jazirah Arabia di antara para syeikh kemudian dicontoh secara besar besaran di Benua Eropa .

Mungkin terasa berlebihan jika membaca pada masa lalu rempah rempah disebut sebagai buah dari surga atau punya kekuatan sihir tetapi cobalah percaya betapa nyata bagaimana rempah rempah yang itu mengubah peta sejarah dunia by Jack Turner, Julia Absari

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Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme
Title:Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme
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Category:History, Food, Non fiction, Food history, Microhistory, Food and drink
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The election of America s first black president has led many to believe that race is no longer a real obstacle to success and that remaining racial inequality stems largely from the failure of minority groups to take personal responsibility for seeking out opportunities Often this argument is made in the name of the long tradition of self reliance and American individualism In i Awakening to Race i Jack Turner upends this view arguing that it expresses not a deep commitment to the values of individualism but a narrow understanding of them Drawing on the works of Ralph Waldo Emerson Henry David Thoreau Frederick Douglass Ralph Ellison and James Baldwin Turner offers an original reconstruction of democratic individualism in American thought All these thinkers he shows held that personal responsibility entails a refusal to be complicit in injustice and a duty to combat the conditions and structures that support it At a time when individualism is invoked as a reason for inaction Turner makes the individualist tradition the basis of a bold and impassioned case for race consciousness consciousness of the ways that race continues to constrain opportunity in America Turner s new individualism becomes the grounds for concerted public action against racial injustice, Born in Jack lived in a different time but the way he sees it they were better days He loved his childhood growing up with his many siblings on a farm called Misery and retells it with delight br br i A Long Way from Misery i takes you on a rollicking journey through the Australia of yesteryear with Jack Turner the larrikin shearer as he rescues his brother from being drowned by a kangaroo rides a wild steer through the house and leaps off a moving train But these misadventures are nothing compared to his mother wielding a carving knife, No description available, The nation was in the throes of the Great Depression when dozens of scientists and students descended on the remote pinnacles and canyons of northern Arizona and southern Utah Water interests wanted to dam the canyons pot hunters wanted to plunder thousand year old archaeological sites cattlemen wanted to graze their livestock bureaucrats wanted to make it all a living cultural park and Native Americans just wanted to be left alone One man decided to do something for the region On his own time and at his own expense Ansel Hall then chief naturalist for the National Park Service organized a massive scientific expedition For six years botanists geologists cartographers archaeologists zoologists paleontologists ethnographers and more came from major universities and museums to spend summers studying the landscape and its inhabitants past and present with the Rainbow Bridge Monument Valley Expedition To finance the project Hall traveled the country showing lantern slides of the region and soliciting support from philanthropists and foundations Landscapes on Glass Lantern Slides for the Rainbow Bridge Monument Valley Expedition is the story of what has been called the last great expedition in the American West and the man who made it happen Lavishly illustrated with the hand tinted photographs Hall used in his talks this book is a tribute to the man the expedition and the region they sought to protect