Category Archives: Substances

Amaro

Drinking Bitterness for Health and Pleasure This article is part of REMEDIA‘s Charismatic Substances series by Rachel E. Black The word ‘bitter’ has decidedly negative connotations; it tells of an unpleasant experience, a lingering memory perhaps, or a bad feeling. Bitterness is first

Amaro

Drinking Bitterness for Health and Pleasure This article is part of REMEDIA‘s Charismatic Substances series by Rachel E. Black The word ‘bitter’ has decidedly negative connotations; it tells of an unpleasant experience, a lingering memory perhaps, or a bad feeling. Bitterness is first

Meat

This article is part of REMEDIA‘s Charismatic Substances series by Josh Berson Humanity is eating more meat. Between 1960 and 2010 meat consumption in the developing world more than doubled per capita. Total demand for meat could double again between 2010 and 2050,

Meat

This article is part of REMEDIA‘s Charismatic Substances series by Josh Berson Humanity is eating more meat. Between 1960 and 2010 meat consumption in the developing world more than doubled per capita. Total demand for meat could double again between 2010 and 2050,

Clay

I took a piece of plastic clay, and idly fashioned it one day… This article is part of REMEDIA‘s Charismatic Substances series by Marc Higgin The aim of this post isn’t to add to the already overwhelming evidence for clay as an important

Clay

I took a piece of plastic clay, and idly fashioned it one day… This article is part of REMEDIA‘s Charismatic Substances series by Marc Higgin The aim of this post isn’t to add to the already overwhelming evidence for clay as an important

Cinchona

Cinchona, Medicine and World History, 1760–1820 This article is part of REMEDIA‘s Charismatic Substances series by Stefanie Gänger Cinchona is the bark from a species of the homonymous genus, an evergreen tree that has its natural habitat on the eastern slopes of

Cinchona

Cinchona, Medicine and World History, 1760–1820 This article is part of REMEDIA‘s Charismatic Substances series by Stefanie Gänger Cinchona is the bark from a species of the homonymous genus, an evergreen tree that has its natural habitat on the eastern slopes of

Charismatic Substances

“Charismatic Substances” is a series of contributions to REMEDIA by participants from a workshop of the same name which took place at the Morphomata Center for Advanced Studies, part of the University of Cologne, in May 2015. The purpose of these pieces is to

Charismatic Substances

“Charismatic Substances” is a series of contributions to REMEDIA by participants from a workshop of the same name which took place at the Morphomata Center for Advanced Studies, part of the University of Cologne, in May 2015. The purpose of these pieces is to