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Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology

The Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology (ISCA) is a leading centre for anthropological teaching and research in the UK and the world. Originally established as the only centre in the UK specialising in postgraduate teaching and research within the discipline, it continues to supervise large numbers of graduate and research students. The department came top of the Power Rankings for Anthropology in the UK in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise and received a score of 5 in the 2001 equivalent exercise. Research in ISCA is particularly broad based, including not only traditional ethnographic specialisms in social anthropology, but also thematic specialisms such as visual anthropology, material anthropology and museum ethnography, medical anthropology, and cognitive and evolutionary anthropology. The Institute's links with the Pitt Rivers Museum contribute a particular strength in material culture and the anthropology of representations. In 2001, the ESRC Centre on Migration Policy and Society (COMPAS) was established within within the School of Anthropology. COMPAS is now responsible for considerable research and an MPhil programme in Migration Studies.

Series associated with Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology

Anthropology
Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS)
Disobedient Buildings
Institute for Science, Innovation and Society
New Thinking: Advances in the Study of Human Cognitive Evolution
Oxford Kafka24
Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity (UBVO) seminars
# Episode Title Description People Date
639 Hunger Artistry: Kafka and the Art of Starvation Kafka’s provocative story “The Hunger Artist” explores starvation, art, and the nature of human existence. Experts discuss the story and its reception. Peter Boxall, Ankhi Mukherjee, Meindert Peters, Karen Leeder 10 Jul 2024
638 Fatness and the body 5/5: When the measure becomes the metric - making sense of the body mass index in research and practice How body size is used in research and discourse on health, bringing together theory from anthropology, sociology, public health and more. With llya Gutin, University of Texas at Austin llya Gutin 24 Jun 2024
637 Fatness and the body 4/5: Fifteen (plus!) ways estrogens influence adipose tissues Exploring the phenomenal range of roles estrogens play with respect to our metabolism – a range that is only just beginning to be understood. With Deborah Clegg, Texas Tech University Deborah Clegg 24 Jun 2024
636 Fatness and the body 3/5: Why is there a higher prevalence of overweight and obesity in rural areas? A qualitative study of rural children's perspectives of rural foodways Exploring children's views on their diets in relation to culture, identity and tradition in their everyday lives. With Ellen Margrete Iveland Ersfjord, University of Agder, Norway Ellen Margrete Iveland Ersfjord 24 Jun 2024
635 Fatness and the body 2/5: Being fat or having obesity - combining social constructivism and biomedical research on childhood obesity Where or what is the difference between childhood obesity and fatness, who has the right to decide that, and why is it important? With Zofia Boni, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan Zofia Boni 24 Jun 2024
634 Fatness and the body 1/5: Childhood adversity and adiposity - examining differences by sociocultural context Looking at the complex relationships between adversity in childhood and obesity in adulthood, with Shakira Suglia, Emory University Shakira Suglia 24 Jun 2024
633 ‘Franz Kafka’s ‘Metamorphosis’: Insects and Disgust and Repulsion’ Franz Kafka exploited people’s disgust at insects as his protagonist, Greger Samsa, was transformed into a giant insect. Is this disgust innate, widely shared or justified and what are the consequences for our treatment of insects? Liam Crowley, Rosemary Gillespie, Clair Linzey, Geraldine Wright 12 Jun 2024
632 Tuberculosis: vaccines, diagnostics and experience  Kafka died in 1924 of tuberculosis, which remains one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases. This talk looks at the various aspects of tuberculosis from candidate vaccines, the role of genetics in TB treatments and the perspective of a patient. Helen McShane, Philip Fowler 12 Jun 2024
631 Oxford Reads Kafka A collective public reading of 'Metamorphosis' to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Franz Kafka’s death. Bringing together literary figures, civic leaders and University academics and students, this event celebrates the power of Kafka’s voice today. Lemn Sissay, Ben Okri, Lisa Appignanesi, Helen McShane 12 Jun 2024
630 'Kafka's Ape' and 'Words and Music' Interview with the creatives behind two shows inspired by Kafka's story 'A Report for an Academy' which explore race, migration, ageing and "humanimal" agency. Ed Gaughan, Karen Leeder, Tony Miyambo, Wes Williams 07 Jun 2024
629 Emotions in international food law Anne Saab, associate professor at the Geneva Graduate Institute looks at how feelings such as fear and anxiety might influence food safety regulations. Anne Saab 30 Apr 2024
628 Sugarcoated: Sugar tax and media discourses on the context of policymaking Dr Esther Gonzalez-Padilla asks what is sugar? Why should we study it? And how much sugar should we be eating? Esther Gonzalez-Padilla 30 Apr 2024
627 Sweetness as an aesthetic relationship Dr Maddalena Borsato, senior researcher at Ritsumeikan University examines the ambiguities and of the contradictions of sweetness. Maddalena Borsato 30 Apr 2024
626 Outwitting the temporalities of ‘control’ for Type 2 diabetes in urban India Pallavi Laxmikanth speaks about her PhD research examining understandings and practises of diabetes management in middle class communities in Hyderabad’s High-Tech City. Pallavi Laxmikanth 30 Apr 2024
625 From grassroots to platforms. The reconfiguration of alternative food provisioning in an online world Dr Francesca Forno, Associate professor at the University of Trento discusses how new, grassroots food movements are using online platforms and how their online platforms are being appropriated by bigger businesses. Francesca Forno, Stanley Ulijaszek, Tanja Schneider 13 Mar 2024
624 Curating good choice, digital marketplace platforms and the framing of eating Dr Jeremy Brice explores how consumer choice is governed, protected, and cared for by firms which operate digital marketplace platforms from the likes of Deliveroo to Amazon Fresh. Jeremy Brice, Stanley Ulijaszek, Tanja Schneider 13 Mar 2024
623 Creative Commons Excess as entertainment: Mukbang and the theatrics of eating for an online audience Dr Thao Dam explores how food is experienced digitally, through the Korean-originated practice of mukhbang, where people pay to watch others eat inline. Thao Dam, Stanley Ulijaszek, Tanja Schneider 13 Mar 2024
622 Creative Commons Personalised nutrition and dietary behaviour change in an online study across 7 European countries Dr Anna Macready, associate professor in the School of Agriculture Policy and Development at the University of Reading, takes us through personalised nutrition and asks, ‘is there a right or wrong diet?’ Anna Macready, Stanley Ulijaszek, Tanja Schneider 13 Mar 2024
621 Creative Commons The Moral Economy of Infrastructures in Everest Tourism As social media posts from the slopes of Mount Everest become almost commonplace Dr Jolynna Sinanan (University of Manchester) focuses on digital media use amongst guides and porters and the impact of digital infrastructures in the area. Jolynna Sinanan, Peyton Cherry 06 Feb 2024
620 Creative Commons Pentecostalism, Deliverance and Queer Sexuality in Nigeria: Literary Representations Professor Adriaan van Klinken takes us to the epicentre of Pentecostalism. Adriaan van Klinken, Olivia Elizabeth Freidinger 06 Feb 2024
619 Stepping in, helping out, competing with…? State and civic actors in Ukraine’s wartime heritage work Dr. Vonnak reflects on how socio historical events impact the definition, preservation, and sometimes neglect of cultural heritage. She draws from her extensive field work in Ukraine over the past eight years. Diana Vonnak, Dora Duo 25 Jan 2024
618 Excess as entertainment: Mukbang and the theatrics of eating for an online audience Dr Thao Dam explores how food is experienced digitally, through the Korean-originated practice of mukhbang, where people pay to watch others eat inline. Thao Dam 15 Dec 2023
617 From grassroots to platforms. The reconfiguration of alternative food provisioning in an online world Dr Francesca Forno, Associate professor at the University of Trento discusses how new, grassroots food movements are using online platforms and how their online platforms are being appropriated by bigger businesses. Francesca Forno 15 Dec 2023
616 Curating good choice, digital marketplace platforms and the framing of eating Dr Jeremy Brice explores how consumer choice is governed, protected, and cared for by firms which operate digital marketplace platforms from the likes of Deliveroo to Amazon Fresh. Jeremy Brice 15 Dec 2023
615 Personalised nutrition and dietary behaviour change in an online study across 7 European countries Dr Anna Macready, associate professor in the School of Agriculture Policy and Development at the University of Reading, takes us through personalised nutrition and asks, ‘is there a right or wrong diet?’ Anna Macready 15 Dec 2023
614 Creative Commons Parasites, Invention, and Grace: Taking Turns in a Streetcorner Bureaucracy Michael Degani analyzes the styles of work and conflict amongst electrical contractors who congregate across the street from a power utility office in urban Tanzania. Michael Degani, Peyton Cherry 02 Oct 2023
613 Creative Commons Anthropology, Philosophy and Symmetrisation Philippe Descola, one of Anthropology's most influential figures, invites us to go beyond the traditional boundaries of nature and culture and redefine our understanding of humanity's relationship with the world around us. Philippe Descola, Luise Eder 02 Oct 2023
612 Intimate Rites: Ancestors and Queer Kinship in Zimbabwe Raffaela Taylor-Seymourn examines the engagements with ancestral spirits among young queer Zimbabweans Raffaela Taylor-Seymourn, Peyton Cherry 02 Oct 2023
611 Creative Commons Nutritional Anthropology Stanley Ulijaszek discusses human dietary evolution, dietary flexibility and present day undernutrition and infection Stanley Ulijaszek, Jacob Evans 02 Oct 2023
610 Creative Commons How to Stitch Ethnography Feminist anthropologist Tania Perez-Bustos discusses how immersion in the act of embroidery affects the body and enables collective reflection and listening. Tania Perez-Bustos, Malin Schlode 02 Oct 2023
609 The Rise and Fall of Generations Does life take you any nearer to your ancestors or does it draw you ever further away from them? Tim Ingold, Luise Eder 02 Oct 2023
608 Creative Commons Living in Tide: The Climate of the Urban Sea How do fishers and scientists read the uncertain terrain of the city in the sea? What stories does the urban sea hold for the futures of the city? Lan Duo, Nikhil Anand 02 Oct 2023
607 Creative Commons Crude Sonics: Field Recordings from an Extractive Zone Zsuzsanna Ihar leads us through field recordings captured in the marginal settlements of Baku, capital of Azerbaijan. She traces sounds that haunt, interrupt, and resist processes of gentrification, displacement, and capitalist profiteering. Zsuzsanna Ihar, Eben Kirksey 02 Oct 2023
606 How has COVID-19 influenced domestic life? The Disobedient Buildings team reflect on both the positive and negative implications of spending more time in the home and within the community during Covid-19 lockdowns across their field sites. Inge Daniels, Gabriela Nicolescu, Anna Ulrikke Andersen 04 May 2022
605 Does home ownership increase inequality? The Disobedient Buildings team examine the relationships between the privatization of housing and rising inequality in London, Bucharest and Oslo. Inge Daniels, Gabriela Nicolescu, Anna Ulrikke Andersen 04 May 2022
604 What does welfare mean today? The Disobedient Buildings team explore the continuities and differences in the welfare systems in the UK, Romania and Norway . Inge Daniels, Gabriela Nicolescu, Anna Ulrikke Andersen 04 May 2022
603 Are local authorities meeting the needs of diverse communities? Anna Ulrikke Andersen interviews researcher Tom Davies about socially driven building design in post-Second World War Oslo and the challenges inhabitants of those buildings face today. Anna Ulrikke Andersen, Tom Davies 04 May 2022
602 Have people lost their sense of civic duty? Gabriela Nicolescu interviews architecture lecturer Ilinca Păun-Constantinescu about the loss of community and the demise of civic duty in post-socialist Bucharest. Gabriela Nicolescu, Ilinca Păun-Constantinescu 04 May 2022
601 Will the State look after you? Inge daniels talks to Jacky Peacock from Advice to Renters on the housing challenges faced by vulnerable people in London. Inge Daniels, Jack Peacock 04 May 2022
600 Can participatory design reach ‘forgotten people’ in Oslo? Anna Ulrikke Andersen interviews the founders of MakersHub Oslo to discuss the value of participatory design in architectural practice. Anna Ulrikke Andersen, Jack Hughes, Else Abrahamsen 04 May 2022
599 Is ‘ghettoisation’ happening in Bucharest? Gabriela Nicolescu speaks with Ștefan Ghenciulescu about social housing, privatisation and the impact of the market economy on residents in Bucharest. Gabriela Nicolescu, Ștefan Ghenciulescu 04 May 2022
598 Is London the most unequal European City? Inge daniels interviews Geography Professor Danny Dorling to discuss the extent of social and economic inequality in London. Inge Daniels, Danny Dorling 04 May 2022
597 What is a Disobedient Building? The Disobedient Buildings team unpacks 'disobedience' and what the term means in the homes of their research participants in London, Bucharest and Oslo. Inge Daniels, Gabriela Nicolescu, Anna Ulrikke Andersen 04 May 2022
596 Lazy, crazy and disgusting: stigma and the undoing of global health This UBVO seminar was given by Alexandra Brewis (Arizona State University) on 3 December 2020 Alexandra Brewis 22 Oct 2021
595 Connection and conflict: hHw neoliberal healthism and inequity shape bariatric surgery support forum dynamics This UBVO seminar was presented by Zoe Meleo-Erwin (William Paterson University of New Jersey) on 19 November 2020 Zoe Meleo-Erwin 22 Oct 2021
594 Voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention in Kenya: Anthropology and ethics in the pursuit of public health This UBVO seminar was presented by Adam Gilbertson (University of North Carolina) on 12 November 2020 Adam Gilbertson 22 Oct 2021
593 Cultured meat as a case study in the future of food This UBVO seminar was presented by Ben Wurgaft (MIT) on 5 November 2020 Ben Wurgaft 22 Oct 2021
592 Feeling the ‘weight’ of expectation: The necessity of understanding ‘obesity’ as a biopsychosocial phenomenon A UBVO seminar presented by Oli Williams (King's College London) on 29 October 2020 Oli Williams 22 Oct 2021
591 The damaging impact of weight stigma: Psychosocial stress and harmful health consequences This UBVO seminar was given by Rebecca Puhl (University of Connecticut) on 22 October 2020 Rebecca Puhl 22 Oct 2021
590 The syndemic of COVID-19, obesity and food insecurity in the United States This UBVO seminar was given by William Dietz (George Washington University) on 15 October 2020 William Dietz 22 Oct 2021
589 "Emptiness: Ways of Seeing" Conference 2021 - Roundtable 1: Emptiness, Space, Capital and the State Considering the contours of emptiness by examining the shifting relationships between people, place, capital and the state. Volodymyr Artiukh, Dace Dzenovska, Saskia Sassen, Johanna Bockman 05 Oct 2021
588 "Emptiness: Ways of Seeing" Conference 2021. Roundtable 2: On the Edge: Life along the Russia-China border A book discussion with Franck Billé and Caroline Humphrey Dominic Martin, Caroline Humphrey, Franck Billé, Madeleine Reeves 05 Oct 2021
587 Making Cultures Count: Following the Mayi Kuwayu National Study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Wellbeing A UBVO seminar presented by Sarah Bourke (National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, The Australian National University) on 24 January 2019 Sarah Bourke 31 Mar 2021
586 Framing obesity as a problem Stanley Ulijaszek (Professor of Human Ecology, University of Oxford) gave this presentation for the UBVO seminar series on 27 February 2020 Stanley Ulijaszek 25 Feb 2021
585 Protein and meat as powerful symbols Stanley Ulijaszek (Professor of Human Ecology, University of Oxford) gave this presentation at the UBVO seminar on 21 February 2020 Stanley Ulijaszek 25 Feb 2021
584 Sustainability on stage: FoodTech and the spectacle of innovation Tanja Schneider (University of St Gallen, Switzerland) gave this presentation for the UBVO seminar series on 12 March 2020 Tanja Schneider 25 Feb 2021
583 Is obesity a choice? Giles Yeo from the University of Cambridge gave this presentation for the UBVO seminar series on 30 January 2020 Giles Yeo 25 Feb 2021
582 Height, weight and prostate cancer Aurora Perez-Cornago (University of Oxford) gave this presentation for the UBVO seminar series on 23 January 2020 Aurora Perez-Cornago 25 Feb 2021
581 Coffee, pure and simple: Rejection of milk and sugar by Brazilian specialty coffee consumers Sabine Parrish (from the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography) gave this presentation for the UBVO seminar on 6 February 2020 Sabine Parrish 25 Feb 2021
580 An eco-bio-socio-political approach to anaemia in Peru Doreen Montag (Queen Mary College London) gave this presentation for the UBVO seminar on 13 February 2020 Doreen Montag 25 Feb 2021
579 Creative Commons Nutrient timing and human health A UBVO Seminar given by James Betts (Professor of Metabolic Physiology, Department for Health, University of Bath) on 24 October 2019 James Betts 22 Jan 2020
578 Creative Commons Can wearable sensors and machine learning enhance our understanding of lifestyle health behaviours? A UBVO Seminar given by Aidan Doherty (Nuffield Department of Population Health, Oxford) on 17 October 2019 Aiden Doherty 22 Jan 2020
577 Creative Commons How mapping frames obesity and chronic disease risk factors Stanley Ulijaszek (Professor of Human Ecology, Oxford) interviews Professor Danny Dorling (School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford) for the UBVO Instruments and Institutions Interviews series, November 2019 Danny Dorling 22 Jan 2020
576 Creative Commons Changing ecologies of disease A lecture given by Stanley Ulijaszek (Professor of Human Ecology, Oxford) on 16 October 2019 Stanley Ulijaszek 22 Jan 2020
575 Creative Commons Biocultural approaches to human physical activity in (increasingly smart) urban environments A presentation given by Stanley Ulijaszek (Professor of Human Ecology, Oxford) at the Department of Cultural Heritage, University of Bologna, at Ravenna Stanley Ulijaszek 20 Jan 2020
574 Creative Commons The social life of childhood obesity A UBVO seminar presented by Zofia Boni (University of Poznan, Poland) on 2 March 2019 Zofia Boni 20 Jan 2020
573 Creative Commons Obesity: human developmental perspectives The Keynote Lecture at the UBVO Green Templeton College Obesity Conference, 16 September 2019, given by Stanley Ulijaszek (Professor of Human Ecology, Oxford) Stanley Ulijaszek 20 Jan 2020
572 Creative Commons The UK government's childhood obesity plan A presentation given by Mike Rayner (Professor of Population Health and Director of the Centre on Population Approaches for Non-Communicable Disease Prevention, Oxford) at the UBVO Green Templeton College Obesity Conference, 16 September 2019 Mike Rayner 20 Jan 2020
571 Creative Commons The evolution of adipose tissues and how natural obesity in wild mammals elucidates human obesity A presentation given by Caroline Pond (Emeritus Professor, Open University) at the UBVO Green Templeton College Obesity Conference, 16 September 2019 Caroline Pond 20 Jan 2020
570 Creative Commons The metabolic consequences of obesity A presentation given by Leanne Hodson (Professor of Metabolic Physiology, Radcliffe Department of Medicine, Oxford) at the UBVO Green Templeton College Obesity Conference, 16 September 2019 Leanne Hodson 20 Jan 2020
569 Creative Commons Using low-energy diets to treat obesity: from research to practice A presentation given by Nerys Astbury (Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford) at the UBVO Green Templeton College Obesity Conference, 16 September 2019 Nerys Astbury 20 Jan 2020
568 Creative Commons What's in the fridge? The everyday materiality of health and well-being A UBVO seminar presented by Tess Bird (Wesleyan University) on 15 May 2019 Tess Bird 20 Jan 2020
567 Creative Commons The Danish Health Interview Surveys An interview with Ola Ekholm (Senior Adviser, National Institute of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark) for the UBVO Instruments and Institutions Interviews series (20 December 2010) Ola Ekholm 20 Jan 2020
566 Creative Commons Materialities of eating disorders A UBVO seminar presented by Dr Karin Eli (Research Affiliate, University of Oxford) on 30 April 2019 Karin Eli 20 Jan 2020
565 Creative Commons Boys, bulk and body ideals: epidemiology of muscle-enhancing and disordered eating behaviours in US adolescents A UBVO seminar presented by Jason M. Nagata (Pediatrics, University of California San Francisco) on 18 September 2019 Jason M. Nagata 20 Jan 2020
564 Creative Commons Nutrition and aging well: evidence from centenarians Claudio Franceschi (Professor of Immunology, University of Bologna) is interviewed by Stanley Ulijaszek (Oxford) for the UBVO Instruments and Institutions Interviews series (May 2019) Claudio Franceschi 20 Jan 2020
563 Creative Commons Materialities of food education: practice, research and policy A UBVO seminar presented by Barney Haughton (Chef and Director of Square Food Foundation, Bristol) on 9 May 2019 Barny Haughton 20 Jan 2020
562 Creative Commons Rights-based approaches to the regulation of food marketing A UBVO seminar presented by Amandine Garde (Professor of Law, University of Liverpool) on 16 May 2019 Amandine Garde 20 Jan 2020
561 Creative Commons China in the global reproduction migration order Peidong Yang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) presented this seminar as part of the COMPAS/Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group seminar series on 14 January 2019 Peidong Yang 08 Jul 2019
560 Creative Commons Food insecurity of fatness: from evolutionary ecology to social science This Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health seminar was presented by Professor Daniel Nettle (Newcastle University) on 16 January 2019 Daniel Nettle 08 Jul 2019
559 Creative Commons Intimate geopolitics: migration, marriage of citizenship across Chinese borders This COMPAS/Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group seminar was presented by Elena Barabantseva (University of Manchester) on 21 January 2019 Elena Barabantseva 08 Jul 2019
558 Creative Commons The dual burden of malnutrition and the obstetric dilemma Professor Jonathan Wells (University College London) delivered this seminar as part of the Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health series on 23 January 2019 Jonathan Wells 08 Jul 2019
557 Grandparenting migration: reproduction, care circulations and care ethics across borders Elaine Ho (National University of Singapore) delivered this seminar as part of the COMPAS/Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group series on 28 January 2019 Elaine Ho 08 Jul 2019
556 Creative Commons Investment migration and social reproduction: the case of recent patterns of migration from China Professor Gracia Liu-Farrer (Waseda University, Tokyo) delivered this seminar as part of the COMPAS/Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group series on 4 February 2019 Gracia Liu-Farrer 08 Jul 2019
555 Creative Commons Iron, infection and anaemia: evolutionary viewpoint on a huge global health problem Hal Drakesmith (Radcliffe Department of Medicine, Oxford) delivered this seminar as part of the Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health series on 6 February 2019 Hal Drakesmith 08 Jul 2019
554 Creative Commons Birth tourism from China and Taiwan to the United States: cosmopolitan strategies and aspirations Sean Wang (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin) delivered this seminar as part of the COMPAS/Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group series on 11 February 2019 Sean Wang 08 Jul 2019
553 Creative Commons Stunting does not equal malnutrition: evolutionary perspective on human height variation applied to public health An Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health seminar delivered by Professor Barry Bogin (Loughborough University) on 13 February 2019 Barry Bogin 08 Jul 2019
552 Creative Commons Assisted reproductive technologies and medical travel A COMPAS/Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group seminar delivered by Professor Andrea Whittaker (Monash University) on 18 February 2019 Andrea Whittaker 08 Jul 2019
551 Creative Commons Childbearing as global security strategies Professor Pei-Chia Lan (National Taiwan University) delivered this COMPAS/Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group seminar on 25 February 2019 Pei-Chia Lan 08 Jul 2019
550 Creative Commons Educational migration: youth, time and transformation Professor Francis Collins (University of Waikato) delivered this COMPAS/Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group seminar on 4 March 2019 Francis Collins 08 Jul 2019
549 The Science of Modelling Through Professor Dan Sarewitz delivered this seminar at the Institute for Science Innovation and Society on 4 March 2019 Daniel Sarewitz 08 Jul 2019
548 Is female health cyclical? Evolutionary perspectives on menstruation Alex Alvergne (Oxford) delivered this seminar on 6 March 2019 as part of the Primate Conversations seminar series Alexandra Alvergne 08 Jul 2019
547 Creative Commons Global householding: care migration and the question of gender inequality A presentation by Professor Brenda Yeoh (National University of Singapore) for the COMPAS/Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group seminar (11 March 2019) Brenda Yeoh 08 Jul 2019
546 Addressing childhood obesity using a family and community-based approach: The MEND programmes This UBVO seminar was presented by Paul Sacher, the Chief R&D Officer for MEND, on 3 November 2009 Paul Sacher 01 Jul 2019
545 'Instruments and Institutions'. An interview on 'Evolving Human Nutrition' An interview with Professor Stanley Ulijaszek (5 November 2018) Stanley Ulijaszek 01 Jul 2019
544 Energy balance behaviours: the role of emotions and emotion regulation This UBVO seminar was presented by Cristiana Duarte (University of Leeds) on 31 January 2019 Cristiana Duarte 01 Jul 2019
543 Making Cultures Count: Following the Mayi Kuwayu National Study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Wellbeing Sarah Bourke (a DPhil student in Anthropology, Oxford) presented this UBVO seminar on 1 February 2019 Sarah Bourke 01 Jul 2019
542 How do we fix the food waste problem? Claire Kneller (Head of Food, Wrap Global) delivered this UBVO seminar on 21 February 2019. Claire Kneller 01 Jul 2019
541 Functions of fat. What are the determinants and what does it matter? Marijana Todercevic (Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolis), delivered this UBVO seminar on 28 February 2019 Marijana Todercevic 01 Jul 2019
540 Obesity, insecurity, inequality and social welfare A talk by Professor Stanley Ulijaszek Stanley Ulijaszek 01 Jul 2019