Founded in 2011, the Food Studies Research Network is brought together around a common interest to explore new possibilities for sustainable food production and human nutrition, and associated impacts of food systems on culture. We seek to build an epistemic community where we can make linkages across disciplinary, geographic, and cultural boundaries. As a Research Network, we are defined by our scope and concerns and motivated to build strategies for action framed by our shared themes and tensions.
The Twelfth International Conference on Food Studies calls for research addressing the following annual themes and special focus:
We are offering a blended conference format with session types explicitly designed to make the most of both online and in-person social knowledge processes
We pride ourselves on the diversity of our network members. Add your voice, in-person blended or online-only, by submitting a proposal today.
You do not need to commit either to an in-person blended or online-only presentation at the time of submission. You can present both ways, or change your mode of the presentation if your preferences change.
View our step-by-step guide to submitting a presentation proposal.
For over 30 years, Common Ground has been invested in developing technologies that seek to break down barriers of access in scholarly communication. In each phase, we’ve built media platforms to support spaces for interdisciplinary dialogue, before such approaches were in vogue; connected international voices, when disciplines were too often isolated in national silos; and supported an agenda of access and equality, by offering pathways and opportunities for diverse voices.
And now we propose another kind of intervention -- a scholarly communication infrastructure for a blended future.
With this step-by-step guide, we walk you through the new phases pre/during/post-conference to ensure you have a productive blended conference.
We are working to change the way in which knowledge is produced, validated, and shared within member-based Research Networks.
Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal and the Food Studies Book Imprint offer pathways to transform your presentation into formal research objects. We also support a number of affordable Open Access pathways to allow maximum flexibility to support principles of open research, in a sustainable manner.
Audience Passes are for those who want to benefit from the content, connect with presenters, and join the discussion -- in-person blended and online only. You'll gain access to all headline presentations: welcome addresses, plenary addresses, and curated thematic content -- either live or from any place and in your own time. And you'll be able to participate in innovative blended formats -- Talking Circles, Garden Conversations -- using the best of in-person and online capacities, and on a human scale.
We welcome the submission of proposals at any time of the year. All proposals will be reviewed within two to four weeks of submission.
You do not need to commit to either an In-Person Blended or Online Only presentation format at the time of submission. You can present both ways if you register In-Person Blended or change your mode of the presentation if your preferences change.
|Advance Proposal Deadline||22 December 2021|
|Early Proposal Deadline||22 March 2022|
|Regular Proposal Deadline||22 July 2022|
|Late Proposal Deadline||22 September 2022|
|Advance Registration Deadline||22 January 2022|
|Early Registration Deadline||22 April 2022|
|Regular Registration Deadline||22 September 2022|
|Late Registration Deadline||22 October 2022|
Use the button below to submit a proposal for review.