Seminar Series - MICHAELMAS Term 2019

University of Oxford

Convener: Stanley Ulijaszek 

23 Jan

Thursday

1-2pm

 

61 Banbury Road

 Aurora Perez-Cornago

University of Oxford

'Height, weight and prostate cancer’

30 Jan

Thursday

1-2pm

School of Anthropology

61 Banbury Road

Giles Yeo
University of Cambridge

'Is obesity a choice?’ 

6 Feb

Thursday 

1-2pm

School of Anthropology,

61 Banbury Road

Sabine Parrish 

University of Oxford

'Coffee, pure and simple: Rejection of milk and sugar by Brazilian specialty coffee consumers’

13 Feb

Thursday 

1-2pm

School of Anthropology,

61 Banbury Road

Doreen Montag

Queen Mary University of London

'An eco-bio-socio-political approach to anaemia in Peru’ 

20 Feb

Thursday 

1-2pm

School of Anthropology,

61 Banbury Road

Cornelia van Duijn

University of Oxford

'New perspectives on weight and metabolic changes in Alzheimer's disease and dementia’ 

27 Feb

Thursday 

1-2pm

School of Anthropology,

61 Banbury Road

Stanley Ulijaszek

University of Oxford

'Framing obesity as a problem’

12 Mar

Thursday 

12-2pm

School of Anthropology,

61 Banbury Road

Tess Bird

Wesleyan University, Connecticut

‘Visual materiality of corporate science: asbestos, tobacco, pharma, and food’

 

Tanja Schneider

University of St Gallen, Switzerland

‘Sustainability on stage: FoodTech and the spectacle of innovation’

30 Mar

Monday 

2.00pm-4.30pm

by video conference

Workshop: Materialities of Obesity and Eating Disorders - New Directions for Policy?

Speakers – Karin Eli (University of Warwick), Anna Lavis (University of Birmingham), Sabine Parrish (University of Oxford), Tess Bird (Wesleyan University), Anne Katrine Kleberg Hansen (University of Copenhagen), Paulina Nowicka (Uppsala University)