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.
This semester, students merged theory and practice in a deeply self-reflexive way through Media Diet Journals, which they then represented visually.
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.
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.