This article appears in the December 2010 issue of Louisville Magazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com.
The Intellectual: Ricky L. Jones, Professor of Pan-African Studies at the University of Louisville
Blue stripe cashmere scarf ($95) by Begg; brown wool blazer ($1,595) by Etro; sky-blue zip sweater ($225) by Gran Sasso; blue sock tie ($135) by Robert Talbott; striped dress shirt ($295) by Etro; caramel corduroy pants ($350) by Incotex; buck suede with leather braid loafers ($275) by Mezlan — provided by Rodes.
Pocket “Bloggie” video recorder with touchscreen ($199) and television turned into a computer “Internet TV” ($399) by Sony; Fine Pix Z70 camera with Photoshop and direct load to YouTube and Facebook ($100) by Fuji Film — provided by Best Buy.
How Kentucky Became Southern (University Press of Kentucky, hardcover, $30); Kentucky’s Natural Heritage: An Illustrated Guide to Biodiversity (University Press of Kentucky, hardcover, $40); Lessons in Likeness (University Press of Kentucky, hardcover, $50); Saving Kentucky (Crescent Hill Books, hardcover, $60); A Feast for the Eyes: Recipes From America’s Grandest Victorian Neighborhood (McClanahan Publishing, hardcover, $25); Adventures in New Kentucky Cooking, A Splash of Bourbon (McClanahan, hardcover, $25).
Photo: John Nation