Photo gallery

 Sebastiano Collino Hilary Term 2015: Sebastiano Collino (Nestle Institute of Health Sciences) presented ‘Healthy ageing, longevity and stratified intervention for the elderly population’
 julian savulescu and stanley ulijaszek Hilary Term 2015: Julian Savalescu (University of Oxford), pictured here with Stanley Ulijaszek, presented ‘Obesity, responsibility, and ethics’
 osea giuntella Hilary Term 2015: Odea Giuntella (University of Oxford) presented ‘Are tacos healthier than burgers? Migration, food diversity and health gains from variety’
 jonas winter and line hillesdal Hilary Term 2015: Jonas Winther & Line Hillersdal (University of Copenhagen) presented on ‘Local models of obesities – modelling obesity in collaborative research practices’
 karen throsby Michaelmas Term 2014: Karen Throsby (Leeds University) presented on marathon swimming and ‘heroic fatness’.
 emily troscianko Trinity Term 2015: Emily Troscianko presented on ‘How literary studies can help us understand eating disorders’
 peter scarborough Michaelmas 2014: Peter Scarborough (University of Oxford) presented ‘Evidence of the effectiveness of health-related food taxes’
 john coveney Trinity Term 2014: John Coveney (Flinders University) presented ‘The Disenchantment of the Plate’

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Trinity Term 2014: Nadine Levin (University of Exeter) presented ‘Microbes Matter: metabolism and metabolic disorder in contemporary biomedicine’

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Hilary Term 2014: Marisa Wilson (University of Edinburgh) presented ‘Comparative political ecologies of food and diet: systems of provision in Trinidad and Cuba’ and presented her book Everyday Moral Economies at the departmental book launch

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Hilary Term 2014: Amy McLennan (ISCA, University of Oxford) presented “Obesity and diabetes conversation networks on Twitter” with Mariano Beguriesse-Diaz (Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London)

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Hilary Term 2014: Stephanie von Hinke Kessler-Scholder (University of York and Institute for Fiscal Studies in London) presented on ‘Getting a healthy start? Nudge versus economic incentives in the promotion of healthy eating’

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Hilary Term 2014: Emma-Jayne Abbots (University of Wales, Trinity St David) presented on ‘The Intimacies of the celebrity chef industry: affect, effects and the mediation of eating’

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Hilary Term 2014: Rosie Kay and Karin Eli present their work at the School of Anthropology’s Departmental Seminar


Michaelmas 2012: Megan Warin (University of Adelaide) presents Eating NatureCulture: material feminism and maternal obesity









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