Please complete this form to register for our upcoming conference in Montgomery, Alabama from Nov. 16-18.
2018.09.16 Conference Registration Form
Once you complete the form, please email it to Jacqui Gingras and she will have PayPal send you an invoice, which you can then pay to complete your registration.
There are THREE types of registration:
You must be a member of CD to attend the Saturday conference, whether it be in-person or online. Your membership is good for one year from the date of purchase.
If you are attending the conference in-person, you can also register to join us for a Soul Food Dinner on Saturday night and/or a Civil Rights Tour on Sunday. Spaces are limited!
If you are only attending the conference on Friday (student presentations in the morning and the People’s Tribunal in the afternoon), it is completely FREE.
Please contact Jacqui Gingras if you have any questions about registration.
The conference program will be posted soon. Watch this site for conference updates!
The conference in Montgomery is shaping up in very exciting ways. The planning committee is working hard to bring attendees a most memorable experience including a People’s Tribunal on Friday at Alabama State University where community activists will share their stories of resistance in the struggle for health as a human right, including food, water, and climate justice.
As was the case in Chicago in 2013, the People’s Tribunal brought enormous energy to the conference as well as immediate ways for people to work collectively to act for change. This year promises to build on what Dr. Jill White organized in Chicago. We are also considering the proposal of a conference resolution calling for an International Food and Health as a Human Right Day in April 2019, and ideally a march in Washington, DC and other major cities around the world. These are some of the ripple effects we intend to generate with our gathering in Montgomery.
If you missed the abstract deadline earlier this summer and are thinking you would still like to be part of the conference program and can make travel arrangements on shorter notice, we have opened up a “late-breaking” call for abstracts. While we garnered some incredible abstracts in July, we still have a few spaces left to fill in our conference program. Its an ambitious program and includes research as well as personal stories, insights, and workshops. Please review the original 8th International Critical Dietetics Conference – Call for Abstracts and submit your abstract to me on or before September 10.
In the meantime, we are confirming the last details of our program and when we do, we will release the registration form. Visit us on this site for further updates.
To make our Journal more accessible, we are now going to publish issues on this website in addition to our Journal site. The first issue to be posted will be our most recent with the past issues coming soon. To find out what is needed to submit a manuscript for consideration, please visit Journal of Critical Dietetics.
In the meantime, please take a moment to enjoy Volume 4, Issue 1 (2018):
Cover Art by Phillip Joy and Roberta Jackson
Discordant Socialites by Jacqui Gingras
A Mythical Battle: ‘Good’ Foods Versus ‘Bad’ Foods by Phillip Joy, Roberta Jackson, and Matthew Numer
Toward a Critical Dietetics in the Nordic Countries by Nicklas Neuman and Elin Lövestam
Time for Change: Insight from the Learning Sciences to Inform Dietitian Education and Credentialing by Megan Whelan
Why I fell in Love with Critical Dietetics: A Personal/Political Narrative by Jill White
Thresholds of Size: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Childhood Messages around Food, Body, Health and Weight by Fiona Holland, Karin Peterson, and Stephanie Archer
Dietitians in Chicago – the Stories and the Challenges by Audrey Roen
Digital Story on YouTube
Barriers to Becoming Registered Dietitians Identified by African American Students and Practitioners by Jill White
Constituting the Ideal Body: A Poststructural Analysis of “Obesity” Discourses among Gay Men by Phillip Joy and Matthew Numer
I am pleased to share our first newsletter with you. This is yet another way for us to let you know what is happening in Critical Dietetics. We want you to feel part of this community of critical inquiry, so take a look and let us know if you have any other ideas or would like to join in as a volunteer on one of our committees.
Thanks to Jenna for getting this newsletter together for you and to Michelle for finalizing the layout and sharing on our social media channels. If you can think of others who would enjoy reading about Critical Dietetics, please share!
Critical Dietetics Newsletter – June 2018
Here is the call for abstracts for our next conference in Montgomery, Alabama. There is a way for everyone who wishes to share some aspect of their work or thinking to do so. Ours is a very inclusive space! The deadline for your abstract submissions is July 1, 2018.
Please share widely!
8th International Critical Dietetics Conference – Call for Abstracts
Our new issue is published and we have a four firsts to share:
- The Journal cover art (right) was created by Phillip Joy and colleagues as inspired by drinking a Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino and further explored in an article entitled “Mythical Battle” (p. 2).
- Critical Dietetics has found a home in Nordic countries as chronicled by Nicklas Neuman and Elin Lövestam (p. 5).
- The article written by Audrey Roen entitled “Dietitians in Chicago” (p. 37) is accompanied by a digital narrative that can be viewed on our new Critical Dietetics Youtube Channel.
- Critical Dietetics has a Youtube Channel!
View the Table of Contents
View the entire issue here: Journal of Critical Dietetics
You must register to view our Journal, but it is free to register and free to publish. Thank you for your support. And, thank you to peer reviewers and Kerry Beake, our graphic artist, for all that you give to each issue.
Don’t forget to become a member of Critical Dietetics. Your membership will enable us to provide student awards and support to attend our annual conference as well as support those who create our Journal. Join today! Become a Member of Critical Dietetics
I am definitely looking forward to seeing everyone in Montgomery for our 8th International Critical Dietetics Conference. We are saving Sunday, November 18 for tours of the local area. This museum will be at the top of my list:
The Legacy Museum