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Week One

WEEK ONE

  • The discussion post and bibliography deadline is Friday June 20, 2014 at 8:59am. All required posts, bibliography sources and annotated bibliographies are due by this time.
  • Individual virtual introduction and sign-up for the one major individual original discussion post is due Tuesday by 8:59am.
  • Project 1.1 is due on canvas by Sunday June 22, 2014 by 8:59am.
  • Any individual major discussion post is due the day of those readings at 8:59am.

 

Monday

Read the following for Introduction to Food Communication 1

Dumoulin, Elisabeth. “Changes and Perspectives in Food Studies.” International Journal of Food Studies 1 (October 2012): 211-

LeBesco, Kathleen and Peter Naccarato. “Introduction.” In Edible Ideologies: Representing Food and Meaning, edited by

Kathleen LeBesco and Peter Naccarato, 1-11. Albany, NY: State University of New York  Press, 2008.

Miller, Jeff and Jonathan Deutsch. “Food Studies.” Food Studies: An Introduction to Research Methods, 3-10. New York: Berg,

Respond to the readings by posting on our blog.

 

Tuesday

Read the following for Introduction to Food Communication 2

Barthes, Roland. “Toward a Psychosociology of Contemporary Food Consumption.” In Food and culture: a reader, edited by

Carole Counihan and Penny Van Esterik, 20-27. New York: Routledge, 1997.

Jacobsen, Eivind. “The Rhetoric of Food: Food as Nature, Commodity and Culture.” In the Politics of Food, edited by Marianne

Elisabeth Lien and Brigitte Nerlich, 59-78. New York: Berg, 2004.

Respond to the readings by posting on our blog.

 

Wednesday

Read the following for Food and Identity 1

Allen, Patricia and Carolyn Sachs. “Women and Food Chains: The Gendered Politics of Food.” In Taking Food Public: Redefining

Foodways in a Changing World, edited by Psyche Williams Forson and Carole Couihan ,23-40. New York: Routledge, 2011.

Buerkle, C. Wesley. “Metrosexuality can Stuff it: Beef Consumptions as (Heteromasculine) Fortification.” Text and Performance

Quarterly 29:1 (2009): 77-93.

Respond to the readings by posting on our blog.

 

Thursday

Food and Identity 2

Greenhalgh, Susan. “Weighty subjects: The biopoliticcs of the U.S. war on fat.” American Ethnologist 39:3 (2012): 471-487.

Respond to the readings by posting on our blog.

 

Friday

Begin and continue to work on your Project 1.1, The Proposal. Project 1.1 is due Sunday June 22 by 8:59am.

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