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what are the additions to the 2nd ed of book
what an amazing talk!!
One of THE MOST inspiring talks I have every heard!!!!! Thank you….
Is there a reason why the Mexican purple mollusks can’t be farmed?
I loved that! I wondered selfishly if you know of any dye traditions in Scotland?
What is being done about the shortage of shellfish?
Do you think we will evolve to see more new colors that we don’t see now?
I have the first edition of your book, what’s new in the second edition? Thanks.
Fantastic presentation!!! Thank you Keith for an amazing journey through the world of eco color. I so appreciate everything you shared with us.
What a treasure trove of information and inspiration! Thank you!!
No wonder I salivate when I see some color combinationsFabulous presentation. Thanks so much
I had no idea of the range of natural colours available.
Amazing, Keith! You are a true anthropologist studying the inter relationships between science, culture and history. I love it!
Where did the "Correlation of Peoples and Languages" graph come from?
Thank you very much for this profond presentation it was very enjoyable.
I am sorry I was late, maybe this was stated already, where are you located?
Thank you for such a fascinating presentation!
Did you dye your self? What a wonderful talk! I loved and the passion of the speaker of course
Great talk. Can’t wait to get the book now. Which came first, do you suppose?—the color name “carmine” or the chemical name “carminic acid?”
Are the Mexican mollusks related in any way to the unknown purple mollusk in Israel, that was used in ancient time to die a line in the Jewish prayer shawl/tallis?
thanks. now i have to get the 2nd ed
Fabulous presentation! I’m overwhelmed. The wisdom and brilliance and creativity of so many indigenous and native peoples must be saved - your work helps I pray. So grateful!
I have heard several people (women who are painters) say that after they had a cataract operation that they saw completely different colors, or saw colors very differently after their operation. Do you have any theories as to why that might be?
Scotland and the Scandanavian countries use lichen and fungus.
thank you for representing color in such an eloquent presentation and Joan sorry for the misdirected chat to you
Just one other comment. Some have proposed that languages may LOSE color terms over time due to environmental changes (such as pollution) that affect the vividness of certain colors.
Besides your love of food and color, how did you come to do this kind of research and writing?
We also know that we can train the eyes to see differently....
Are you seeing a relationship between climate change and changing colors in nature with regard to plants’ defensive mechanisms and changes to pollinators’ timing etc?
Not a question, but the Phoenicians founded Makarska and many cities around Dalmatian and Mediterranean coast as colonies for growing murex mollusc for dyeing. There are also ruins from old Roman dyeing "stations" like on island Pag. Great talk!
Thank you for this fabulous presentation.
Thanks Keith! That was such a lovely and thoughtful presentation.
This was just an absolutely amazing and powerful presentation. Thank you!
Thank you for this inspiring presentation! So rich!
Thank you so much
Thank you that was a fabulous talk
Fantastic! Thank you.
Beautiful presentation. So much information.
This was amazing!! So inspiring. Thank you!!!
Thank you so much! This was wonderful!
This has been a ind blowing talk. I’m so grateful!!
Such an interesting talk!!
Thank you ever so much - incredibly inspiring and just wonderful ;-)
Brilliant. Keith! Fabulous presentation!
Thank you. Amazing information!
Thank you so much, this was wonderful!!
So inspiring! Thank you for this wonderful presentation!
Thank you, Keith! Great lecture. Always fascinating.
Thank you so much Keith! Very interesting and beautiful!
Thank you, Keith! Awesome information!
Thanks Keith-such an inspiring talk!
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Very very fascinating presentation! Thank you very much...
Fantastic news with the scholarships!!!!!
Amy, can you give the name of the organizations alone, not linked to Instagram?
Working on it
Hooray for Nathalie!
Hello all, here is a Bon Appetit article about Diaspora Co and the fundraising efforts for India. Their founder is a young Indian American and she is doing incredible work. https://www.bonappetit.com/story/india-is-in-crisis-covid
I have only just found this group and today’s lecture has been wonderful. Thank you all and will look out for next week’s event. I have a niece who lives in Seattle who I have visited many times and will pay you a visit when I can come again. Greetings from Ann in Suffolk UK. X