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Week Two

WEEK TWO

  • The discussion post and bibliography deadline is Friday June 27, 2014 at 8:59am. All required posts, bibliography sources and annotated bibliographies are due by this time.
  • Project 1.2 is due on canvas by Sunday June 29, 2014 by 8:59am.
  • Any individual major discussion post is due the day of those readings at 8:59am.

 

Monday

Read the following for Food and Culture

LeBesco, Kathleen and Peter Naccarato. “Julia Child, Martha Stewart, and the Rise of Culinary Capital.” In Edible Ideologies:

Representing Food and Meaning, edited by Kathleen LeBesco and Peter Naccarato, 223-238. Albany, NY: State University of New York  Press, 2008.

Kaplan, Elaine Bell. “Using Food as a Metaphor for Care: Middle-School Kids Talk about Family, School and Class

Relationships.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 29:4 (2000): 474-509.

Respond to the readings by posting on our blog.

 

Tuesday

Read and view the following for Food and Culture 2

Harris, Tina M. “Deconstructing the Myth of the Dysfunctional Black Family in the Film Soul Food. In Food for Thought: Essays on

Eating and Culture edited by Lawrence C. Rubin, 211-224. Jefferson, North Caronlina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2008.

Soul Food. DVD. Directed by George Tillman Jr. 1997; Los Angeles, CA: Fox 2000 Pictures.

Respond to the reading and viewing by posting on our blog.

 

Wednesday

Read and view the following for Food and Governmental Discourses

Food Revolution. “Season 1, Episode 1.” Online, available on youtube.com, March 3, 2010. American Broadcasting Company.

Gibson, Kristina E. and Sarah E. Dempsey. “Making good choices, kid: biopolitics of children’s bodies and school lunch reform in

Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. Childen’s Geographies (2013): 1-15.

Respond to the reading and viewing by posting on our blog.

 

Thursday

Read the following for Food and Mass Media Discourses

Jarlenski, Marian and Colleen L. Barry. “News Media Coverage of Trans Fat: Health Risks and Policy Responses.” Health Communication 28:3 (2013).

Freeman, Carrie Packwood and Debra Merskin. “Having It His Way: The Construction of Masculinity in Fast-Food TV

Advertising.” In Food for Thought: Essays on Eating and Culture edited by Lawrence C. Rubin, 277-293. Jefferson, North Caronlina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2008.

Respond to the readings by posting on our blog.

 

Friday

Begin and continue to work on your Project 1.2, The Outline and Bibliography. Project 1.2 is due Sunday June 29 by 8:59am.

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