In case you haven’t heard, the second issue of the Graduate Journal of Food Studies came out last week online and will soon make its way to the mailboxes of subscribing members! I was thrilled to have my research on trophy kitchens included in the first issue and the second issue is just as thoughtful and beautifully designed, featuring four original research articles, multiple reviews on some of the most recent food studies publications, and stellar photography.
So with this news, what should you do next?
- Read the Graduate Journal of Food Studies winter 2015 issue (2.1).
- Join the Graduate Association for Food Studies, an organization that connects graduate students with an interest in food studies, promotes their work, and provides myriad resources for publishing, networking, presenting at conferences, and more. It’ll be the best $20 you ever spend.
- Submit a proposal for the first edition of the biennial Graduate Food Studies Conference to be held in Boston, 23-25 October 2015. The submission deadline is 31 May 2015.
- Submit an article, book review, or photography/art for consideration for the Journal’s third edition. The submission deadline is 31 March 2015.
- Follow the Graduate Association for Food Studies on social media: Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
The featured image above dons the cover of the Graduate Journal of Food Studies winter 2015 issue. Photo credit: Brett Culbert.