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THE E.L. QUARANTELLI RESOURCE COLLECTION

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FOREWORD BY LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA AND LUIS A. MIRANDA, JR.

​We Fed an Island: The True Story of Rebuilding Puerto Rico, One Meal at a Time


From HarperCollins: "The true story of how a group of chefs fed hundreds of thousands of hungry Americans after Hurricane Maria and touched the hearts of many more

Chef José Andrés arrived in Puerto Rico four days after Hurricane Maria ripped through the island. The economy was destroyed and for most people there was no clean water, no food, no power, no gas, and no way to communicate with the outside world.

Andrés addressed the humanitarian crisis the only way he knew how: by feeding people, one hot meal at a time. From serving sancocho with his friend José Enrique at Enrique’s ravaged restaurant in San Juan to eventually cooking 100,000 meals a day at more than a dozen kitchens across the island, Andrés and his team fed hundreds of thousands of people, including with massive paellas made to serve thousands of people alone.. At the same time, they also confronted a crisis with deep roots, as well as the broken and wasteful system that helps keep some of the biggest charities and NGOs in business.

Based on Andrés’s insider’s take as well as on meetings, messages, and conversations he had while in Puerto Rico, We Fed an Island movingly describes how a network of community kitchens activated real change and tells an extraordinary story of hope in the face of disasters both natural and man-made, offering suggestions for how to address a crisis like this in the future. "

Listen to an interview with Chef Andrés on NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross here.

To join the waitlist to borrow this book from the Resource Collection, email elq-resource@udel.edu.


The Iraqi Institute for the Conservation of Antiquities and Heritage (IICAH) Archive

The Iraqi Institute for the Conservation of Antiquities and Heritage (IICAH) in Erbil, Iraq.

May 16, 2018 - The E.L. Quarantelli Resource Collection is pleased to announce the arrival of The Iraqi Institute for the Conservation of Antiquities and Heritage (IICAH) Archive, developed in partnership with the University of Delaware’s Art Conservation Department through the work of Art Conservation student Taylor Pearlstein. The IICAH was formed to address critical challenges facing cultural heritage organizations in Iraq with regard to recovering and restoring museum collections that were looted or damaged during the country's recent wars and national turmoil. As part of a larger research effort, Pearlstein compiled the archive to serve as a resource for cultural heritage professionals who may look to the IICAH as a model for long-term, international conservation education. The archive will become part of the Resource Collection and will be available to researchers beginning this summer.

This cross-section of resources is featured on the Iraqi Institute Archive page.


For more information or to arrange an appointment to access this material, please contact Pat Young at elq-resource@udel.edu.



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THE E.L. QUARANTELLI RESOURCE COLLECTION
  • Disaster Research Center
  • University of Delaware
  • 166 Graham Hall, 111 Academy Street
  • Newark, DE 19716 U.S.A
  • Email: drc-mail@udel.edu
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