When researching a topic for a research paper

Si la isla de Cuba tiene la forma de un caimán dormido, como se dice, sería en su ojo donde encontraríamos la ciudad de La Habana. Con sus más de dos millones de habitantes, casi el 20% de la población cubana, La Habana es una ciudad multicolor que nos permite disfrutar de la arquitectura desde el estilo colonial del XVI hasta el más actual, pasando por el Barroco, el Neoclásico, el Art-déco o el Modernismo más ecléctico. En 1982, la Unesco declaró el casco histórico de La Habana como Patrimonio de la Humanidad. Conócela mejor con don Quijote.

Fads in popular culture can make their way into scholarship. For instance, Michael Pollan wrote The Omnivore’s Dilemma (2006) at a time when lots of people were talking about the dangers of fast food, agriculture’s connection to climate change, and the newly apparent benefits of eating local and organic food. He explains how Americans today have become dependent on industrial farming like no other time in history. The book became a bestseller. Other writers, similarly, have received lots of attention in the past few years by tracing the history of a single food: Dan Koeppel’s Banana , Larry Zuckerman’s The Potato , Jack Turner’s Spice , Sophie Coe’s The True History of Chocolate , Betty Fussell’s The Story of Corn , Mark Kurlansky’s Salt , Cod , and The Big Oyster . People in the future may be less interested in (or vigorously opposed to) looking at history through the lens of one food, but today it is fashionable.

When researching a topic for a research paper

when researching a topic for a research paper

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