The Oxford Food Governance Group is an interdisciplinary group of researchers from the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society (InSIS), Said Business School, and the Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity (UBVO) at the University of Oxford, who share an interest in food governance practices. Looking at the politics of food distribution, sustainability, and governance of the food supply among other topics, this series will look at how we get our food and why it matters.
|1||Creative Commons||Experiments in sociological food governance||Dr Michael Guggenheim (Goldsmiths, University of London) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 28th November 2012.||Michael Guggenheim||13 Feb 2013|
|2||Creative Commons||Date labelling and the governance of food quality and safety||Dr Richard Milne (University of Sheffield) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 21st November 2012.||Richard Milne||13 Feb 2013|
|3||Creative Commons||Fat places? Re-thinking the obesogenic environment thesis and the implications for food governance||Professor Julie Guthman (University of California, Santa Cruz) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 14th November 2012.||Julie Guthman||13 Feb 2013|
|4||Creative Commons||Sustainability and governance of the food supply||Dr David Barling (City University London) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 7th November 2012.||David Barling||13 Feb 2013|
|5||Creative Commons||Governing food anxieties: The role of emotion in mothers' food practices||Professor Alan Petersen (Monash University) gives a talk on for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 25th October 2012.||Alan Petersen||13 Feb 2013|