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Australian Meat Consumers’ Understandings of Farm Animal Welfare: A Seminar with Emily Buddle

For the Food Values Research Group’s second seminar of 2018, we are pleased to welcome our own Emily Buddle! Australian Meat Consumers’ Understandings of Farm Animal Welfare Ms Emily Buddle, PhD Candidate, Food Values Research Group, School of Humanities, University of Adelaide In developed Western societies, raising animals for meat has come under significant public scrutiny in […]

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Special Seminar on Cultures of Modern Cheese with Bronwen and Francis Percival

The Food Values Research Group is excited to host UK authors and cheese scholars Bronwen and Francis Percival for a special seminar on Monday, 19 March 2018. All welcome! Reinventing the Wheel: Starter Cultures and the Making of Modern Cheese Bronwen Percival, Cheese Buyer for Neal’s Yard Dairy, London, and Francis Percival, writer for The World of Fine […]

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Vegan Food and Eating Vegan in Adelaide: A Seminar with Julie Cartlidge and Ellen Scott

For the Food Values Research Group’s first seminar of 2018, we present a joint talk featuring the work of two advanced postgraduate students in Cultural Studies at the University of South Australia. Vegan Food and Eating Vegan in Adelaide Ms Julie Cartlidge and Ms Ellen Scott, PhD Candidates, School of Creative Industries, University of South Australia […]

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Gene editing for animal welfare: Heather Bray speaks on ABC Radio National

In the latest episode of ABC Radio National program “Science Friction”, Dr Heather Bray weighs in on the topic of gene editing using new CRISPR-CAS9 technology for livestock animal welfare. The episode “Making animals happier? Gene editing in the farm yard”, looks at the history of genetic modification and gene editing science and technology, and asks […]

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Understanding the role of self-deception enhancement bias in South Australian consumers’ stated purchase of organic foods: A Seminar with Sarah Wheeler

For our final seminar of 2017, the Food Values Research Group is pleased to present: Understanding the role of self-deception enhancement bias in South Australian consumers’ stated purchase of organic foods Associate Professor Sarah Wheeler, Centre for Global Food and Resources, University of Adelaide Consumers around the world are increasingly worried about food safety and quality, […]

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A Comparative Case Study of Ecovillages from the Permaculture Perspective: A Seminar with Jungho Suh

For our November seminar, the Food Values Research Group is pleased to present: A Comparative Case Study of Ecovillages from the Permaculture Perspective Dr Jungho Suh, Lecturer in Geography, Environment and Population, University of Adelaide Permaculture takes a systems approach to sustainable human settlements above and beyond organic food production. Likewise, the ecovillage movement places […]

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Mens’ Cookbooks in the 20th Century: A Seminar with Gerry Groot

For our October seminar, the Food Values Research Group is pleased to present: Mens’ Cookbooks in the 20th Century Dr Gerry Groot, Senior Lecturer in Chinese Studies, Department of Asian Studies, University of Adelaide This presentation discusses the ways that men’s cookbooks in English have been treated in the academic literature to-date, and by noting […]

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Researching Values and Meat Consumption: A Seminar with Emily Buddle and Yvette Wijnandts

For the Food Values Research Group’s September seminar, we present a double header featuring the work of two of our advanced postgraduate students. Each talk takes a very different approach to studying values around meat consumption. Where are the women? Intersectionality as a tool to make peace with my inner feminist when talking about meat, […]

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Rachel Ankeny talks free range eggs on Knowing Animals podcast

Prof. Rachel Ankeny recently joined the Knowing Animals podcast to discuss buying free range eggs. The episode focused on her journal article co-authored with Heather Bray. The article is titled ‘Happy Chickens Lay Tastier Eggs: Motivations for Buying Free-range Eggs in Australia’. It was published in the journal Anthrozoos in May 2017. This episode of Knowing Animals is […]

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Exploiting Agrobiodiversity to Generate Resilience – A Seminar with Douglas Bardsley

For our August seminar, the Food Values Research Group is pleased to present: Exploring agrobiodiversity to generate resilience Dr Douglas Bardsley, Senior Lecturer, Geography, Environment & Population, University of Adelaide Diversity within systems provides opportunities for complex adaptative responses to external drivers of change. That is true for agricultural systems where farmers and their associated […]

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