The Food Values Research Group at the University of Adelaide is undertaking research projects that explore the historical, social, cultural, and political aspects of food production and consumption.
|June 6th||Georgina Drew, Anthropology (University of Adelaide)||“In the Land of Milk and Yogurt, We Don’t Want Coca-Cola”: Gandhi-Inspired Moral Ecologies of Rural Development in India|
|August 1st||Eva Kemps, Psychology (Flinders University)||Chocolate, chips, and pizza: It’s just so hard to say ‘no’|
|September 5th||Paula Zito, Law (University of Adelaide)||TBA|
|October 3rd||Lisa Smithers, Paediatric Public Health (University of Adelaide)||Food advertising on TV: the picture in SA|
|November 7th||Sinead Golley, Post Doctoral Research Fellow (CSIRO Health & Biosecurity)||Food avoidance in Australia: why are so many of us going gluten-free?|
|December 5th||Lenka Malek, Centre for Global Food and Resources (University of Adelaide)||TBA|