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Food Instagram: Identity, Influence, and Negotiation

Food Instagram

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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Seminar - June 2022

Food Instagram

Food Instagram: Identity, Influence, and Negotiation

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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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Seminar - February 2022

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Healthy Eating Policy and Political Philosophy

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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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Food for thought — why do we eat what we eat?

On 26 September 2021, Food Values Research Group convenor Prof Rachel Ankeny took part in a panel discussion on ABC Radio National's God Forbid program, together with researcher Edgar Crook, to discuss values surrounding meat eating and vegetarianism.

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Seminar - September 2021

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Corporate Cultivation of Consumption: Time to Release the Weapons of the Structurally Weak

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Food and the Colonies: A Potted History of Chinese Food in Twentieth-Century Sydney and Singapore

Cecilia

On 25 August 2021, we were joined by Dr Cecilia Leong-Salobir who spoke about the development of Chinese culinary culture in Sydney and Singapore during the 20th century.

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