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.
Through historic cookbooks, Instagram, and 30+ virtual guests, “Food Media” critically considers our global food system through media.
A panel synopsis on the intersection of food studies & media studies that explores key texts, concepts, challenges & a future research agenda.
A 2019 ASFS conference debrief, plus why the Alaska governor’s 41% cut to the university system matters for all of us.
The SFA Summer Field Trip explored the food culture of Bentonville, Arkansas, a booming and blossoming city shaped by immigrants, corporate interests, and a deep sense of place.
My students and I tested out unessays this semester, an assignment I now highly recommend.
Emily Contois and Zenia Kish welcome chapter proposals on the topic of food and Instagram for an edited collection.
My students translated 1500-word essays into infographics. I share details for instructors interested to try a similar assignment.
I reflect on what my students and I read, wrote, and learned in a course on persuasion in the U.S.
In November 2018, I had the opportunity to present at the Oldways Whole Grains Council Conference in Seattle, Washington.
I chatted with a first year TU student about researching and teaching in media studies and food studies.
Jennifer Jensen Wallach and Michael Wise discuss the new fellowship, food studies at UNT, and what it’s like to live, work, and eat in Denton.
I chatted with fellow dieting scholar Adrienne Rose Bitar on her new book: Diet and the Disease of Civilization.