Some of these publications can be accessed via Adelaide Research and Scholarship.

Emily A. Buddle, Heather J. Bray, and Rachel A. Ankeny (2021), “‘Of course we care!’: A Qualitative Exploration of Australian Livestock Producers’ Understandings of Farm Animal Welfare Issues,” Journal of Rural Studies 83: 50–59. 

Anna K. Farmery, Ingrid E van Putten, Michelle Phillipov and Alistair McIlgorm (2020), Are media messages to consume more under-utilized seafood species reliable? Fish and Fisheries, Early View 19 May 2020. doi:

Jessica Loyer, Alexandra Whittaker, Emily Buddle, and Rachel A. Ankeny (2020), “A Review of Legal Regulation of Religious Slaughter in Australia: Failure to Regulate or a Regulatory Fail?” Animals 10(9): 1530.

Michael Dietrich, Rachel A. Ankeny, Nathan Crowe, Sara Green, and Sabina Leonelli (2020), “How to Choose Your Research Organism,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 80: 101227. 

Emily A. Buddle and Heather J. Bray (2019), How farm animal welfare issues are framed in the Australian media, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 32, 357–376. doi: 10.1007/s10806-019-09778-z

Michelle Phillipov and Jessica Loyer (2019), In the wake of the supermarket 'milk wars': Media, farmers, and the power of pastoral sentimentality. Discourse, Content & Media, 32. doi: 10.1016/j.dcm.2019.100346

Rachel A. Ankeny, Michelle Phillipov and Heather J. Bray (2019), Celebrity Chefs and New Meat Consumption Norms: Seeking Questions, Not Answers. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 22, 2.

Elisha Dowsett, Carolyn Semmler, Heather Bray, Rachel A. Ankeny and Anna Chur-Hansen (2018), Neutralising the meat paradox: cognitive dissonance, gender and eating animals. Appetite, 123, 280-288. doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2018.01.005

Emily Buddle, Heather Bray and Rachel A. Ankeny (2018), "I feel sorry for them": Australian meat consumers' perceptions about sheep and beef cattle transportation. Animals, 8, 10, 1-13. doi: 10.3390/ani8100171

Emily Buddle, Heather Bray and Rachel A. Ankeny (2018), Why would we believe them? Meat consumers’ reactions to online farm animal welfare activism in Australia. Communication Research and Practice, 4, 3, 246-260. doi: 10.1080/22041451.2018.1451209c

Kerry Wilkinson, Beverly Muhlhausler, Crystal Motley, Anna Crump, Heather Bray and Rachel A. Ankeny (2018), Australian consumers’ awareness and acceptance of insects as food. Insects, 9, 2, 44-55. doi: 10.3390/insects9020044

Rachel A. Ankeny (2018), "From food consumers to food citizens: reconceptualising environmentally-conscious food decision-making," In E. Gilson, & S. Kenehan (Eds.), Food, environment, and climate change: justice at the intersections. London, United Kingdom: Rowman & Littlefield International, 267-280.

Rachel A. Ankeny and Heather J. Bray (2018), "Scourge or Savior? The Complex Relationship between Food and Science," In K. LeBesco & P. Naccarato (Eds.), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Food and Popular Culture (pp. 260-273). London: Bloomsbury.

Rachel A. Ankeny, Heather J. Bray and Kelly A. McKinley (2018), "Collaborating with the enemy? A view from Down Under on GM research partnerships" In HSJ James (Ed.), Ethical tensions from new technology: the case of agricultural biotechnology (pp. 53-69). Oxfordshire: CABI.

Emily A. BuddleHeather J. Bray, and Wayne S. Pitchford (2017), "Keeping it ‘inside the fence’: an examination of responses to a farm-animal welfare issue on Twitter," Animal Production Science (online.) doi: 10.1071/AN16634

Heather J. Bray and Rachel A. Ankeny (2017), "Ferals or food? Does hunting have a role in ethical food consumption in Australia?" In N. Carr & J. Young (Eds.), Wild Animals and Leisure: Rights and Welfare. Routledge.

Heather J. Bray and  Rachel A. Ankeny (2017), "Happier chickens lay tastier eggs: motivations for buying free-range eggs in Australia," Anthrozoös, 30, 2, 213-226. doi: 10.1080/08927936.2017.1310986

Heather J. Bray and Rachel A. Ankeny (2017), "Not just about “the science”: science education and attitudes to genetically modified foods among women in Australia," New Genetics and Society (online ahead of print, February 2017). doi: 10.1080/14636778.2017.1287561

Heather J. Bray, Emily A. Buddle and Rachel A. Ankeny (2017), "What are they thinking? Consumer attitudes to meat production in Australia," Animal Production Science, 57, 12, 2345-2352. doi: 10.1071/AN17361

Jessica Loyer (2017), "The Cranberry as Food, Health Food, and Superfood: Challenging or Maintaining Hegemonic Nutrition?" Graduate Journal of Food Studies, 4, 2, 33-49.

Rachel A. Ankeny and Heather J. Bray (2017), "Genetically-modified food: fostering better dialogue about what counts as ‘good’ food," In A. Barnhill, M. B. Budolfson & T. Doggett (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Food Ethics.

Tania Cammarano and Rachel A. Ankeny (2017), "Leggo’s not-so-Autentico: Invention and Authenticity in 20th Century Italo-Australian Foodways," In P. Naccarato, Z. Nowak & E. K. Eckert (Eds.), Representing Italy through Food. London: Bloomsbury.

Heather J. Bray, Sophia C. Zambrano, Anna Chur-Hansen, and Rachel A. Ankeny (2016), "Not Appropriate Dinner Table Conversation? Talking to Children about Meat Production," Appetite 100, 1-9. doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2016.01.029

Jessica Loyer (2016), "Communicating Superfoods: A Case Study of Maca Packaging," in Mark McWilliams (ed.), Food & Communication: Proceedings of the Oxford Sumposium on Food and Cookery 2015. London: Prospect Books, 236-246.

Jessica Loyer (2016), "Superfoods," In P. B. Thompson & D. M. Kaplan (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Ethics (pp. 1-7). Springer Netherlands. doi: 10.1007/978-94-007-6167-4_574-1

Rachel A. Ankeny (2016), "Inviting Everyone to the Table: Strategies for More Effective and Legitimate Food Policy via Deliberative Approaches," Journal of Social Philosophy 47,1, 10-24. doi: 10-24 10.1111/josp.12141

Rachel A. Ankeny and Heather J. Bray (2016), “‘If We’re Happy to Eat It, Why Wouldn't We Be Happy to Feed It To Our Children?’: Articulating the Complexities Underlying Women's Ethical Views on Genetically Modified Food,” International Journal on Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 9,1, 166-191. doi 10.1353/ijf.2016.0011

Heather J. Bray and Rachel A. Ankeny (2015), “What Do Food Labels Teach People about Food Ethics?” in Elaine Swan and Rick Flowers (eds.), Food Pedagogies. London: Ashgate, 185-200.

Joanne Daly, Kym Anderson, Rachel A. Ankeny, Bronwyn Harch, Andrew Hastings, John Rolfe, and Richard Waterhouse (2015), Australia's Agricultural Future, Report for the Australian Council of Learned Academies (ACOLA), Melbourne,

Melissa Nursey-Bray, Eleanor Parnell, Rachel A. AnkenyHeather J. Bray, and Dianne Rudd (2014), "Community Gardens as Pathways to Community Resilience? Reflections on a Pilot Study in Adelaide, South Australia," South Australian Geographical Journal 112, 69-86.

Julie Henderson, Elizabeth House, John Coveney, Samantha B. Meyer, Rachel A. Ankeny, Paul R. Ward, and Michael Calnan (2013), “Evaluating the Use of Citizens’ Juries in Food Policy: A Case Study of Food Regulation,” BMC Public Health 13: 596, doi: 10.1186/10./471-2458-13-596

Rachel A. Ankeny (2012), “Ethics of Food,” in Jeffrey Pilcher (ed.), Handbook of Food History. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 461–80

Rachel A. Ankeny (2008), “The Moral Economy of Red Meat in Australia,” in Susan Friedland, ed., Food and Morality: Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 2007. Blackawton, Totnes: Prospect Books, 20–28.

Heather J. Bray and Rachel A. Ankeny (2019), Crying over plant-based milk: neither science nor history favours a dairy monopoly, Published online, September 24, 2019, The Conversation

Rachel A. Ankeny (2019), GM crops: to ban or not to ban? That’s not the question, Published online, August 23, 2019, The Conversation

Rachel A. Ankeny and Heather J. Bray (2019), Red meat and imported wine: why ethical eating often stops at the restaurant door, Published online, January 8, 2019, The Conversation

Rebecca Huntley (Presenter) and Ruth Balint (Producer) (2019), Cooking for assimilation (Podcast), Published online, March 26, 2019, Cooking for assimilation

Adam Cardilini (2018), Episode 8: Meat justification and cognitive dissonance, the psychology of cows, antidepressant soups and why people reject ('kill') their dogs (Podcast), Published online, January 21, 2018, VeganSci

Australian Associated Press (2018), Australian food going back to the future, Published online, March 6, 2018, Daily Mail

Dominique Schwartz (2018), Australian agriculture industry told to make the customer king to secure future, Published online, March 6, 2018, ABC News

Heather J. Bray (2017), How to know what you're getting when you buy free-range eggs, Published online, August 1, 2017, The Conversation

Heather J. Bray and Rachel A. Ankeny (2017), Perceptions of genetically modified food are informed by more than just science, Published online, February 16, 2017, The Conversation

Heather J. Bray and Rachel A. Ankeny (2017), Reframing GM Communication: From deficit to discussion and engagement, Published online, Winter, 2017, Farm Policy Journal

Rachel A. Ankeny and Heather J. Bray (2017), What comes first: the free-range chicken or the free-range egg? Published online, May 18, 2017, The Conversation

Heather J. Bray and Rachel A. Ankeny (2016), It's complicated: Australia's relationship with eating meat, Published online, October 20, 2016, The Conversation

Heather J. Bray, Anna Chur-HansenRachel A. Ankeny, and Sophia Zambrano (2016), 'Mummy, where does steak come from?' How Australian families talk about meat. Published online, May 24, 2016. The Conversation

Jessica Loyer (2016), Smoothies as talismans: the allure of superfoods and the dangers of nutritional primitivism, Published online, July 21, 2016, The Conversation

Rachel A. Ankeny (2016), Tastes like moral superiority: what makes food 'good'? Published online, June 2, 2016, The Conversation

Heather J. Bray and Rachel A. Ankeny (2014), Making a meal of GM food labelling. Published online, July 1, 2014, The Conversation