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.
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!
A panel synopsis on the intersection of food studies & media studies that explores key texts, concepts, challenges & a future research agenda.
A few words of summary and thanks from my dissertation, “The Dudification of Diet: Food Masculinities in Twenty-First-Century America.”
Addressing sport, identities, health, media, access, and justice, this conference provided good thinking for my own work on gender, food, and media.