AFHVS / ASFS 2018, University of Wisconsin-Madison
At the annual joint meeting of the Agriculture, Food and Human Values Society and the Association for the Study of Food and Society, I presented a paper titled Dinner Parties: A Research Site for Food Memory. In case you missed it, I’ve shared the text of my talk below.
The Future of Food and Nutrition, Tufts 2018
I presented this poster at the 2018 Tufts Graduate Student Conference: The Future of Food and Nutrition. In this poster, I argue for the Dinner Party as a research method, and use my Nostalgia Dinner Series as an example. This poster was voted “Best Poster” by the conference attendees.
You’ll notice this was an interactive poster presentation; in the bottom right-hand corner, I posed questions to conference attendees around what they would bring to a Nostalgia Dinner, and why that dish is nostalgic for them. By the end of the presentation, that part of the poster was full of bright sticky notes of responses.