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Oxford Obesity - Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity, University of Oxford

Oxford Obesity - Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity, University of Oxford

By Unit for BioCultural Variation and Obesity, University of Oxford

Presentations from the Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford. Visit: www.oxfordobesity.com/
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Rebecca Puhl presents on ‘The damaging impact of weight stigma: Psychosocial stress and harmful health consequences’

Oxford Obesity - Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity, University of OxfordFeb 04, 2021

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Stanley Ulijaszek introduces the Unit for BioCultural Variation and Obesity Workshop on Food, Activity and mental Health in the Year of Coronavirus.

Stanley Ulijaszek introduces the Unit for BioCultural Variation and Obesity Workshop on Food, Activity and mental Health in the Year of Coronavirus.

Stanley Ulijaszek introduces the Unit for BioCultural Variation and Obesity Workshop on Food, Activity and mental Health in the Year of Coronavirus.
Dec 05, 202213:18
Caroline Potter and Sabine Parrish talk about 'Identifying changes in household eating and physical activity during the COVID19 pandemic'

Caroline Potter and Sabine Parrish talk about 'Identifying changes in household eating and physical activity during the COVID19 pandemic'

Caroline Potter and Sabine Parrish speak at the Unit for BioCultural Variation and Obesity Workshop on Food, Activity and mental Health in the Year of Coronavirus, on 'Identifying changes in household eating and physical activity during the COVID19 pandemic'.
Dec 05, 202232:31
Amy McLennan speaking about 'Lockdown food and the invisible ways tech is shaping our food systems'

Amy McLennan speaking about 'Lockdown food and the invisible ways tech is shaping our food systems'

Amy McLennan speaking at the UBVO workshop 'Food, Activity, and Mental Health in the Year of Coronavirus', on 'Lockdown food and the invisible ways tech is shaping our food systems' 
Dec 05, 202219:28
Paulina Nowicka, Uppsala University, and Karin Eli, University of Warwick, on 'Childhood obesity during a global pandemic: Exploring parents' experiences of stress, change, and everyday disruption'

Paulina Nowicka, Uppsala University, and Karin Eli, University of Warwick, on 'Childhood obesity during a global pandemic: Exploring parents' experiences of stress, change, and everyday disruption'

Paulina Nowicka, Uppsala University, and Karin Eli, University of Warwick, on 'Childhood obesity during a global pandemic: Exploring parents' experiences of stress, change, and everyday disruption'. A presentation at the UBVO Workshop on  'Food, Activity and Mental Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic'
Nov 30, 202223:29
UBVO at 15 years, flash-talk workshop Part 2 - Caroline Potter; Paulina Nowicka; Kaushik Bose; Karin Eli; Thao Dam

UBVO at 15 years, flash-talk workshop Part 2 - Caroline Potter; Paulina Nowicka; Kaushik Bose; Karin Eli; Thao Dam

UBVO at 15 years, flash-talk workshop Part 2 - with Caroline Potter; Paulina Nowicka; Kaushik Bose; Karin Eli; Thao Dam Caroline Potter, University of Oxford - 15 years beyond the spaghetti diagram: contending with complexity in obesity research across the life course Paulina Nowicka, Uppsala University - The Grandparents Study: What we have learned in the past decade about intergenerational influences on body weight,              eating and physical activity Kaushik Bose, Vidyasagar University, West Bengal - Central obesity and hypertension among rural adults of Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal, India Karin Eli, University of Warwick - Understanding eating disorders: Five key anthropological contributions in the last 15 years Thao Dam, UNISG, Pollenzo - Once more, for the cheese pull: Broadcasting meals with Mukbang
Nov 30, 202247:54
UBVO at 15 years, flash-talk workshop Part 1 - Introduction; Maciej Henneberg; Amy McLennan; Megan Warin; Michelle Pentecost

UBVO at 15 years, flash-talk workshop Part 1 - Introduction; Maciej Henneberg; Amy McLennan; Megan Warin; Michelle Pentecost

UBVO at 15 years, flash-talk workshop Part 1  Introduction by Stanley Ulijaszek, Caroline Potter and Karin Eli, University of Oxford; University of Warwick Maciej Henneberg, University of Adelaide - Biological causes of obesity Amy McLennan, Australian National University / University of Oxford / UniSA - Obesity and the chronic inflammation epidemic Megan Warin, University of Adelaide - The epistemic and political stakes of bodies, eating, developmental origins and epigenetics Michelle Pentecost, King’s College London - Preconception interventions for obesity prevention: challenges and opportunities
Nov 30, 202236:37
Lotte Holm, University of Copenhagen, talks about 'Change and stability in eating practices: Evidence from four Nordic countries' ​

Lotte Holm, University of Copenhagen, talks about 'Change and stability in eating practices: Evidence from four Nordic countries' ​

Lotte Holm, University of Copenhagen, talks about 'Change and stability in eating practices: Evidence from four Nordic countries' ​
Nov 24, 202232:22
Tess Bird and Stanley Ulijaszek, University of Oxford talk about 'Lockdown food: Podcasting through the pandemic'

Tess Bird and Stanley Ulijaszek, University of Oxford talk about 'Lockdown food: Podcasting through the pandemic'

Tess Bird and Stanley Ulijaszek, University of Oxford  talk about 'Lockdown food: Podcasting through the pandemic'
Nov 24, 202240:03
Marisa Wilson, of the University of Edinburgh on 'Sensing Sugaropolis: Geographies of sugar in Greenock, Scotland'​

Marisa Wilson, of the University of Edinburgh on 'Sensing Sugaropolis: Geographies of sugar in Greenock, Scotland'​

Marisa Wilson, of the University of Edinburgh  on 'Sensing Sugaropolis: Geographies of sugar in Greenock, Scotland'​
Nov 23, 202241:16
Ted Fischer and David Napier, Vanderbilt University and University College London, on the cultural contexts of health in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

Ted Fischer and David Napier, Vanderbilt University and University College London, on the cultural contexts of health in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

Ted Fischer  and David Napier, Vanderbilt University and University College London, on 'The cultural contexts of health: Global lessons and policy insights from the COVID-19 pandemic'
Nov 23, 202236:49
Edith Feskens, of Wageningen University , speaks to 'Sweeteners and the incidence of obesity and related health outcomes in 5 European cohorts'

Edith Feskens, of Wageningen University , speaks to 'Sweeteners and the incidence of obesity and related health outcomes in 5 European cohorts'

Edith Feskens, of Wageningen University, presents the first results of the SWEET EU project: Sweeteners and the incidence of obesity and related health outcomes in 5 European cohorts
Nov 23, 202239:03
Garrath Williams, of Lancaster University, talking about 'Despair and abandonment: Why I gave up writing about our corporate food systems'

Garrath Williams, of Lancaster University, talking about 'Despair and abandonment: Why I gave up writing about our corporate food systems'

Garrath Williams, of Lancaster University talks about the reasons why he has given up on writing about corporate food systems
Nov 19, 202237:35
Michael Goran, of the University of Southern California, on how to get sugar out of your diet

Michael Goran, of the University of Southern California, on how to get sugar out of your diet

Michael Goran, of the University of Southern California, talks about 'Sugarproof' his book with Emily Ventura, on how to get sugar out of your diet
Nov 18, 202236:26
Giles Yeo, University of Cambridge, on Lockdown Cuisine

Giles Yeo, University of Cambridge, on Lockdown Cuisine

Giles Yeo of the University of Cambridge, talks about food and cooking through the COVID-19 pandemic
Nov 18, 202240:09
Stanley Ulijaszek, University of Oxford, on human taste perception as ecological sensing

Stanley Ulijaszek, University of Oxford, on human taste perception as ecological sensing

Stanley Ulijaszek, Professor of Human Ecology, University of Oxford,talks about human taste perception as a key form of ecological sensing 
Nov 18, 202247:23
Sarah Bourke, University of Oxford - Cultural determinants of health as a research framework: A case study from Indigenous Australia

Sarah Bourke, University of Oxford - Cultural determinants of health as a research framework: A case study from Indigenous Australia

Sarah Bourke, of the University of Oxford, talks about 'Cultural determinants of health as a research framework: A case study from Indigenous Australia'
May 10, 202134:20
 John Komlos, University of Munich, on ‘Post-COVID-19 futures: The need for a paradigm shift in economics’

John Komlos, University of Munich, on ‘Post-COVID-19 futures: The need for a paradigm shift in economics’

 John Komlos, University of Munich, on ‘Post-COVID-19 futures: The need for a paradigm shift in economics’. Chaired by Stanley Ulijaszek.
Mar 25, 202135:27
Erik Hemmingsson, Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, Stockholm, on ‘The social origins of childhood obesity’

Erik Hemmingsson, Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, Stockholm, on ‘The social origins of childhood obesity’

Erik Hemmingsson, Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, Stockholm, on ‘The social origins of childhood obesity’. Chaired by Stanley Ulijaszek.
Mar 25, 202126:33
Carol Ferreira and Bruno Gualano, University of Sao Paulo, on ‘Changes in physical activity and eating habits during the pandemic: A Brazilian view’

Carol Ferreira and Bruno Gualano, University of Sao Paulo, on ‘Changes in physical activity and eating habits during the pandemic: A Brazilian view’

Carol Ferreira and Bruno Gualano, University of Sao Paulo, on ‘Changes in physical activity and eating habits during the pandemic: A Brazilian view’. Chaired by Sabine Parrish.
Mar 25, 202126:59
Fiona Lavelle, Queens University, Belfast ‘‘From the pandemic to the pan: A cross-continental overview of changes in consumers cooking and food practices during COVID-19’

Fiona Lavelle, Queens University, Belfast ‘‘From the pandemic to the pan: A cross-continental overview of changes in consumers cooking and food practices during COVID-19’

Fiona Lavelle, Queens University, Belfast ‘‘From the pandemic to the pan: A cross-continental overview of changes in consumers cooking and food practices during COVID-19’. Chaired by Sabine Parrish.
Mar 25, 202131:54
Michelle Pentecost, Kings College London, on ‘Preconception interventions: the future of obesity prevention strategies?’

Michelle Pentecost, Kings College London, on ‘Preconception interventions: the future of obesity prevention strategies?’

Michelle Pentecost, Kings College London, on ‘Preconception interventions: the future of obesity prevention strategies?’  Chaired by Stanley Ulijaszek.
Mar 25, 202125:39
Hannah Graff, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, ‘Talking sugar in South Africa’

Hannah Graff, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, ‘Talking sugar in South Africa’

Hannah Graff, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, ‘Talking sugar in South Africa’ 
Mar 25, 202138:57
Karen Watson, Imperial College London on ‘The role of popular culture in creating new norms for wellness’

Karen Watson, Imperial College London on ‘The role of popular culture in creating new norms for wellness’

Karen Watson, of Imperial College London talks about ‘The role of popular culture in creating new norms for wellness’. Chaired by Stanley Ulijaszek.
Mar 25, 202131:14
Teresa Mares, University of Vermont, on ‘Life on the other border: farmworkers and food justice in Vermont’

Teresa Mares, University of Vermont, on ‘Life on the other border: farmworkers and food justice in Vermont’

Teresa Mares, of the University of Vermont, talks about  ‘Life on the other border: farmworkers and food justice in Vermont’
Mar 25, 202137:32
Alex Brewis Slade, Arizona State University - 'Lazy, crazy and disgusting. Stigma and the undoing of global health'

Alex Brewis Slade, Arizona State University - 'Lazy, crazy and disgusting. Stigma and the undoing of global health'

Alex Brewis Slade, of Arizona State University, gives a presentation entitled 'Lazy, crazy and disgusting. Stigma and the undoing of global health'
Feb 17, 202144:46
Zoe Meleo-Erwin, of William Paterson University of New Jersey, talks about 'How neoliberal healthism and inequality shape bariatric surgery support forum dynamics'

Zoe Meleo-Erwin, of William Paterson University of New Jersey, talks about 'How neoliberal healthism and inequality shape bariatric surgery support forum dynamics'

Zoe Meleo-Erwin, William Paterson University of New Jersey gives a presentation on 'Connection and conflict: How neoliberal healthism and inequality shape bariatric surgery support forum dynamics'. Chaired by Stanley Ulijaszek.
Feb 17, 202144:45
Oli Williams, King's College London, talks about 'Feeling the 'weight' of expectation: The necessity of understanding 'obesity' as a biopsychosocial phenomenon'

Oli Williams, King's College London, talks about 'Feeling the 'weight' of expectation: The necessity of understanding 'obesity' as a biopsychosocial phenomenon'

Oli Williams, King's College London, talks about 'Feeling the 'weight' of expectation: The necessity of understanding 'obesity' as a biopsychosocial phenomenon'. Chaired by Stanley Ulijaszek.
Feb 05, 202145:42
Adam Gilbertson, of the University of North Carolina talks about ‘Voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention in Kenya: Anthropology and ethics in the pursuit of public health’

Adam Gilbertson, of the University of North Carolina talks about ‘Voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention in Kenya: Anthropology and ethics in the pursuit of public health’

Adam Gilbertson, of the University of North Carolina, talks about ‘Voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention in Kenya: Anthropology and ethics in the pursuit of public health’
Feb 04, 202135:04
Ben Wurgaft, Massachusetts Institute of Technology talks about ‘Cultured meat as a case study in the future of food’

Ben Wurgaft, Massachusetts Institute of Technology talks about ‘Cultured meat as a case study in the future of food’

Ben Wurgaft, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, talks about ‘Cultured meat as a case study in the future of food’
Feb 04, 202135:38
Rebecca Puhl presents on ‘The damaging impact of weight stigma: Psychosocial stress and harmful health consequences’

Rebecca Puhl presents on ‘The damaging impact of weight stigma: Psychosocial stress and harmful health consequences’

Rebecca Puhl, of the University of Connecticut gives a presentation on ‘The damaging impact of weight stigma: Psychosocial stress and harmful health consequences’. Chaired by Stanley Ulijaszek.
Feb 04, 202137:15
William Dietz on ‘The syndemic of COVID-19, obesity and food insecurity in the United States’

William Dietz on ‘The syndemic of COVID-19, obesity and food insecurity in the United States’

William Dietz, of George Washington University presents to UBVO on ‘The syndemic of COVID-19, obesity and food insecurity in the United States’. Chaired by Stanley Ulijaszek.
Feb 04, 202137:53