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Food Instagram: Identity, Influence, and Negotiation

On 16 June 2022, the Food Values Research Group hosted a launch for the book Food Instagram with the book's editors Asst Prof Emily Contois and Asst Prof Zenia Kish as well as our panel of experts Prof Deborah Lupton and Dr Michelle Phillipov.

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‘Colonisation’ of Indigenous food

Article by The New Daily discusses the problematic use of Indigenous ingredients in McDonald's new coffee the 'Australiano'.

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Seminar - June 2022

Food Instagram

Food Instagram: Identity, Influence, and Negotiation

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The Housewife’s Guide; or an Economical and Domestic Art of Cookery

Researchers have discovered the first locally produced cookbook in Australia.

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Healthy Eating Policy and Political Philosophy

On 22 February 2022, the Food Values Research Group co-hosted a panel discussion together with the Stretton Institute on healthy eating policy.

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Community Attitudes Toward Gene Editing in the Red Meat Sector

Livestock

New research by the Food Values Research Group sheds light on community attitudes towards the use of gene editing in the beef industry.

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Seminar - February 2022

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Healthy Eating Policy and Political Philosophy

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Consumer research on new breeding techniques

cows

New research from the Food Values Research Group provides insight into Australian and New Zealand consumers' attitudes towards the use of new breeding techniques in food production.

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Farming Women, Distress and Drought: Intra-actions and Entanglements with Matter

Lia

On 25 November 2021, we were joined by Prof Lia Bryant who spoke about the causal connections between drought and distress among farm women.

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Seminar - November 2021

drought

Farming Women, Distress and Drought: Intra-actions and Entanglements with Matter

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