CALL FOR PAPERS | Special issue of CuiZine: the Journal of Canadian Food Cultures
“LEAVENING THE CONVERSATION: intersections of food, fermentation, and feminism”
Appel à soumissions | numéro thématique de CuiZine : la revue des cultures culinaires au Canada.
« Des idées qui fermentent : aux croisements de la nourriture, de la fermentation, et du féminisme »
DEADLINE FOR RESEARCH ABSTRACTS: TUESDAY, October 10, 2017 ÉCHÉANCE POUR LES RÉSUMÉ D’ARTICLES DE RECHERCHE: MARDI, 10 OCTOBRE, 2017 (la version française suit l’anglais)
Food is a medium. Like conventional examples of media, food carries both content and relational messages that are produced, distributed, and consumed frequently and widely. As content, foods are the literal vehicles for delivering messages that are subsequently decoded and digested into meaningful units. Once absorbed, food-as-content can then be r…
Thank you everyone who made Food, Feminism, and Fermentation such a success! Over the 3 days of the conference we had over 155 different people participate in our panels, exhibits, keynotes, workshops, vernissages, 5 a 7s, and more! We left feeling inspired and energized and hope to continue these discussions in the future.
Please, please, please post and share ideas onto our facebook page (which will have the most up to date information).
ALSO: For those still in town, MONDAY, October 1st is the last day to check out the exhibiiton "Exhibition | The Gendered Cultures of Beer and Cheese: the Regulation of Human and Microbial Bodies on the Home and Industrial Scales, 1616 - 2017" at the Osler Library.
If you have already left town, you can still check out the exhibition online at: http://www.his…
W e are pleased to announce the inaugural Intersections of Food, Fermentation, and Feminism conference, Leavening the Conversation, to be held over the weekend of September 29 – October 1, 2017, at the Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies (IGSF) of McGill University. This three day, bilingual event will bring together scholars and makers with the goal of integrating the thinking and doing of fermentation.