Selected publications by members of the Oxford Food Governance Group:


Eli, K. and Ulijaszek, S., eds. (2014) Obesity, Eating Disorders and the MediaAshgate.

Lezaun, J. (2014) Iconoclasm in the supermarket. Limn, 4.

Som, S., Ulijaszek, S., Pal, M., Bharati, S. and Bharati, P. (2014) Variation in height and BMI of adult IndiansJournal of Biosocial Science, 46: 47-65.


Goran, M.I., Ulijaszek, S.J. and Ventura, E.E. (2013) High fructose corn syrup and diabetes prevalence: A global perspectiveGlobal Public Health, 8: 55-64.

Potter, C.M. and Ulijaszek, S.J. (2013) Predicting adult obesity from measures in earlier life. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 67: 1032-1037.

Phillips, N., Henneberg, M., Norgan, N., Schmitt, L., Potter, C. and Ulijaszek, S. (2013) The emergence of obesity among Austrailian Aboriginal children. Anthropological Review, 76: 101-107.

Ulijaszek, S.J., Henneberg, M. and Henry, C.J.K. (2013) One reason why waist-to-height ratio is usually better related to chronic disease risk and outcome than body mass index. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, 64: 269-273.

Marshall, D., Hogg, M., Davis, T., Schneider, T. and Petersen, A. (2013) Images of motherhood: food advertising in Good Housekeeping magazine, 1950-2010. In: Motherhoods, Markets and Consumption: The making of mothers in contemporary western cultures (edited by S. O’Donohoe, M. Hogg, P. Maclaren, L. Martens and L. Stevens), London: Routledge, pp. 116-128.

Eli, K. and Ulijaszek, S. (2013) Anorexia Nervosa. Oxford Bibliographies Online – Anthropology.


Lezaun, J. and Schneider, T. (2012) Endless qualifications, restless consumption: the governance of novel foods in EuropeScience as Culture 21 (3): 365-391.

Ulijaszek, S. (2012) Socio-economic status, forms of capital and obesityJ Gastrointest Canc. 43 (1): 3-7.

Offer, A., Pechey, R. and Ulijaszek, S.J. (2012) Insecurity, Inequality and Obesity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ulijaszek, S.J., Mann, N. and Elton, S. (2012) Evolving Human Nutrition. Implications for Public Health. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Lezaun, J. (2011) Bees, beekeepers and bureaucrats: parasitism and the politics of transgenic lifeEnvironment and Planning D: Society and Space 29(4): 738–756.

Ulijaszek, S. (2011) Childhood obesity as an amplifier of societal inequality in the United States, In: Global Perspectives on Childhood Obesity: Current Status, Consequences and Prevention (edited by D. Bagchi).


Blowfield, M. and C. Dolan (2010) Fairtrade facts and fancies: what kenyan fairtrade tea tells us about business’ role as development agentJournal of Business Ethics 93: 143-162.

Blowfield, M. and C. Dolan (2010) Outsourcing governance: fairtrade’s message for C21 global governance. Journal of Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society, 10 (4): 484 – 499.

Dolan, C. (2010) Virtual moralities: the mainstreaming of fairtrade in Kenyan tea fieldsGeoforum, 41(1): 33-43.

Davis T. and T. Schneider (2010) ‘From lamb’s fry to cereal: how Kellogg’s changed Australian breakfast’, In: Consumer Behaviour: A European Perspective (edited by G. Bamossy, S. Askegaard and M. Hogg), Harlow: Pearsons Education, pp. 376-381.

Schneider, T. and T. Davis (2010) Fostering a hunger for health: food and the self in The Australian Women’s WeeklyHealth Sociology Review (Special issue on: Food, ethics and identity) 19 (3): 285-303.

Schneider, T. and T. Davis (2010) Advertising food in Australia. Between antinomies and gastro-anomyConsumption, Markets & Culture 13 (1): 31-41.

Offer, A., Pechey, R. and Ulijaszek, S.J. (2010) Obesity under affluence varies by welfare regimes: the effect of fast food, insecurity, and inequality Economics and Human Biology 8: 297-308.


Ulijaszek, S. and J. Komlos (2009) From a history of anthropometry to anthropometric history, In: Human Variation: From the Laboratory to the Field. 

Barrientos, S. and Dolan, C. (2008) Ethical Sourcing in the Global Food System, London: Earthscan.

Dolan, C. (2008), The mists of development: fairtrade in Kenya tea fieldsGlobalizations 5(2): 1-14.

Blowfield, M. and C. Dolan (2008) Stewards of virtue: the ethical dilemma of CSR in African AgricultureDevelopment and Change 39(1): 1-23.

Davis, T. and T. Schneider (2008) ‘Making sense of health foods: A historical analysis of food advertising in The Australian Women’s Weekly in the three post-war decades’, In: Inter-disciplinary Perspectives in Food Studies (edited by M. Koc, R. MacRae and K. Bronson), Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, pp. 47-57.


Lezaun, J. and Soneryd, L. (2007) Consulting citizens: technologies of elicitation and he mobility of publicsPublic Understanding of Science 16(3): 279-297.

Ulijaszek, S. (2007) Obesity: a disorder of convenienceObesity reviews 8 (S1): 183–187.

Ulijaszek, S. (2007)  Frameworks of population obesity and the use of cultural consensus modeling in the study of environments contributing to obesityEconomics and Human Biology 5: 443–457.

Ulijaszek, S.J. and Koziel, S. (2007) Nutrition transition and dietary energy availability in Eastern Europe after the collapse of communism Economics and Human Biology 5: 359-69.


Lezaun, J. (2006) Creating a new object of government: making genetically modified organisms traceableSocial Studies of Science 36(4): 499-531.

Lezaun, J. and Groenleer, M. (2006) Food control emergencies and the territorialization of the European UnionJournal of European Integration 28(5): 437-455.

Lezaun, J. and Millo, Y. (2006) Regulatory experiments: GM crops and financial derivatives on trial. Science and Public Policy 33(3): 179-190.


Bielicki, T., Szklarska, A., Koziel, S. and Ulijaszek, S.J. (2005). Changing patterns of social variation in stature in Poland: effects of transition from a command economy to the free-market system? Journal of Biosocial Science, 37, 427-34.


Ulijaszek, S. (2002) Human eating behaviour in an evolutionary ecological context Proceedings of the Nutrition Society  61: 517–526.


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