Study abroad summer 2019: Food Media, Communication and Trends Course, Rome, Italy, May 20-June 22, 2019.
Students have the possibility to earn three credits for this course from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. There are no prerequisites. The course is offered within the Critical Studies on Food in Italy Summer 2019 program which assists students in understanding the role of food in human cultures as well as the range of choices and values implicit in the foods eaten in Italy and elsewhere. Students can also select from the other courses provided in the program: Critical Studies on Food; Food, Nutrition, and Culture in Italy; Food Waste in Italy; Italian Language for Food and Business (Italian) (all 3 credits). Some scholarships are available.
Gustolab International also offers courses in Vietnam (June 30-July 27) and Japan (May 26-June 23).
Lectureship in Media and Communications, University of Stirling. Closes: August 6, 2017.
We seek to appoint a Lecturer (Grade7/8) in the field of Media and Communications. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the MSc in Media Management in areas such as media economics, the creative industries, media policy, strategic media management or similar areas. The successful candidate will also be expected to pursue research within the broad field of communications, media and culture, supervise doctoral students and undertake administrative duties as appropriate. The post is based on the Stirling campus, but the postholder will be required to deliver short intensive programmes as part of our Media Management programme in Vietnam.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to participate in the development of a range of new courses, in line with their own interests and specialisms and in collaboration with other colleagues within the Division and School and in conjunction with international partners.
While we would welcome applicants from across the field of media and communications, we would be particularly interested in developing capacity in the following areas: Media Management, Creative Industries, Media Policy and Regulation, Advertising and Marketing Communications, Media Economics, Audience Research and Management, Production Culture and Cultural Policy. We seek to appoint to the open-ended position of Lecturer from 1 December 2017 (or by date mutually agreed).
CRITICAL STUDIES ON FOOD SYSTEMS AND SUSTAINABILITY IN VIETNAM
DURATION: 4-week Full Immersion Program
WHEN: May 21 – June 18, 2017
* Food Systems in Vietnam (3 credits)
* Vietnam, Conflict, Contradiction and Change (3 credits)
* Vietnamese Language for Food and Business (up to 3 credits)
CRITICAL STUDIES ON FOOD SYSTEMS AND SUSTAINABILITY IN ITALY
DURATION: 5-week Full Immersion Program
WHEN: May 22, 2017 – June 24, 2017
WHERE: ROME, ITALY
* Critical Studies on Food Culture (3 credits)
* Food Media, Communication and Trends (3 credits)
* Food, Nutrition and Culture in Italy (3 credits)
* Food Waste in Italy (3 credits) NEW!
* Italian Language for Food and Business (Italian Lexicon for Food Studies) (3 credits)
* Elementary Italian Language (3 credits)
* Intensive Elementary Italian Language (6 credits, minimum of 8 participants)
CRITICAL STUDIES ON FOOD SYSTEMS AND SUSTAINABILITY IN JAPAN
DURATION: 4-week Full Immersion Program
WHEN: July 2 – July 30, 2017
WHERE: Osaka, Japan
* Critical Studies on Japanese Food Culture (3 credits)
* Food Choice and Politics in Japan (3 credits)
Applications also open for Gustolab International programs in Italy (Rome, South and North Italy). Open enrollment programs are available to students from all universities.
Internship (several positions available!)
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Fulbright Senior Specialist to Macedonia and Belarus
From 2002-2007 I worked under the auspices of a USAID grant to assist in the development of a new university in Tetovo Macedonia. South East Europe University (SEEU) was created in response to one of the agreements flowing from the Lake Ohrid Accords following a brief civil conflict between the ethnic Macedonians and the ethnic Albanians regarding a number of issues, including the dearth of higher education opportunity for ethnic Albanians. When our USAID grant was completed SEEU wanted me to do some additional workshops, lectures, and consultation and I was brought in twice (December 2007 and February 2008) to work with various groups.
In March of 2012, because I was still on the Senior Specialist roster, I was supported in the guest speakers program to do some lectures at the Belarusian State University, Yanka Kupala University in Grodno, and to present the keynote plenary presentation at a conference held in Grodno Belarus.
Due to my work in both countries, partially supported by Fulbright, I have made many friends and engage in a number of long standing collaborative efforts. Although only a small part of my international work (I currently have projects underway in Indonesia, Vietnam, Azerbaijan based on a private foundation grant, and an extensive history in Poland that began on a USAID grant) I think the Fulbright program offers great opportunities for people to work, meet, and collaborate with colleagues from other countries in ways that enrich both our lives and our scholarship.