The UCLA Center for the Study of Women (CSW) invites research poster submissions – completed, in-progress, or new – from graduate and undergraduate students for display at our 2016-2017 Food Studies Lecture Series, Dishing: Food, Feminism, and The Way We Eat. More information regarding the series can be found here. Events in this series include:
- Talking Trash: Oral Histories of Food In/Security from the Margins of a Dumpster by Dr. Rachel Vaughn, October 26, 2016
- Delicious: The History of Monosodium Glutamate and Umami, the Fifth Taste Sensation by Dr. Sarah Tracy, November 29, 2016
- Black Milk: Colonial Foodways and Intimate Imperialism by Dr. Diana Garvin, April 2017
Selected posters may also be displayed at CSW’s annual Thinking Gender conference, February 9-10, 2017.
We welcome research posters that explore issues related to food, foodways, and the role of food in culture, history, and society. All disciplinary perspectives and research methods are welcome, but, in particular, we encourage submissions that explore relationships between food and gender.
Two opportunities are available to students:
Completed Research Poster Prize
For students with a completed poster, submit a 250-word abstract that outlines your research question or thesis, methodology, and conclusions and a PDF proof of your poster by the deadline. Selected posters will be displayed at one or more of the Dishing lectures, or at CSW’s Thinking Gender conference on February 9-10 2017. The top poster will be awarded a monetary prize of $150.
- Deadline to be considered for display at Fall 2016 events: October 14, 2016
- Deadline to be considered for display at Winter 2016 events: November 30, 2016
- Deadline to be considered for display at Spring 2017 event: March 6, 2017
Submit applications online for the Completed Research Poster Prize HERE.
New or In-Progress Research Poster Submission
For students who have a poster in-progress or would like to create a new poster for the lecture series, submit a 250-word abstract that outlines your research question or thesis, methodology, and anticipated conclusions. Students whose proposals are selected will be eligible to enroll in a 199 (undergraduates) or 500-level (graduates) independent study course and receive course credit for completing a research poster under the supervision of a CSW-affiliated professor. Completed posters will be displayed at one or more of the Dishing lectures, or at CSW’s Thinking Gender conference on February 9-10 2017.
- Deadline to be considered for independent study credit in Fall quarter 2016: October 6, 2016
- Deadline to be considered for an independent study credit in Winter quarter 2017: October 31, 2016
Submit applications online for a New or In-Progress Research Poster HERE.
Questions? Please contact CSW Program and Research Developer Alexandra Apolloni at email@example.com.