My students learned a lot in our course on deconstructing health and reimagining health media and communication.
These are the top concepts and ideas Media & Pop Culture students learned this semester; what they’ll take with them into their media lives.
I’m so thankful for everyone who has helped me to research, write, revise, publish, and promote Diners, Dudes, and Diets, four months in.
Learn more about Food Instagram: Identity, Influence & Negotiation, coedited by Emily Contois and Zenia Kish, coming in 2022.
Review Diners, Dudes, and Diets on Amazon or Goodreads and I’ll send you a thank you postcard!
If you’re looking for more, here’s a roundup of articles and short pieces I’ve written on similar topics to Diners, Dudes, and Diets.
Go at your own pace. Show real sweat. Count it down. Here’s what I’ve learned from Jane Fonda’s workouts for online pandemic teaching.
This semester, students merged theory and practice in a deeply self-reflexive way through Media Diet Journals, which they then represented visually.
I taught Food Media online during a pandemic, but we still learned (and ate) a lot.
This is the story of how I wrote my first book—Diners, Dudes & Diets: How Gender & Power Collide in Food Media & Culture—out November 2020 from UNC Press.
Diners, Dudes, and Diets features 21 black and white images. Find them all here in full color, along with some bonuses.
Preorders really help authors, so I’d love your support to order my new book—and I’ll send you a custom designed postcard as thanks!
Six tips for how to teach in creative and engaging ways online.
On our last day of #foodxmedia, we created a top 10 listicle to summarize what resonated most with my students.
My students’ Instagram lives made me reflect on mine, my first posts, and who I want to be on the app.