Outputs


Publications


Evans, D. (2018). Rethinking material cultures of sustainability: Commodity consumption, cultural biographies, and following the thing. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 43(1): 110-121.


Foden, M. Browne, A. Evans, D. Sharp, L. and Watson, M. (2018) The water-energy-food nexus at home: New opportunities for interventions in household sustainability. The Geographical Journal (online first)

Evans, D. Welch, D. & Swaffield, J. (2017) Constructing and mobilizing 'the consumer': Responsibility, consumption and the politics of sustainabilityEnvironment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 49(6): 1396- 144.


Jackson, P., Evans, D., Truninger, M., Meah, A. & Baptista, J.A. (2018). The multiple ontologies of freshness in the UK and Portuguese agri-food sectors, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (online first).

Jackson, P. and Meah, A. (2018). Fresh food, quality, skill and service, Market Times. August: 24-25.


Presentations

David Evans, Food Waste and Food Systems: Sketches for a ‘Qualities and Conventions’ Approach, Keynote, MAPP Conference, Copenhagen Business School (November 2017)


David Evans, The Ontological Politics of Food Qualities, Science in Policy Annual Conference (2017).


David Evans, Taking conventions elsewhere: consumption, quality and nature in industrial worlds of food, Distinguished Lectures in Geography, Trinity College Dublin (November 2016).


David Evans, Follow the thing: an approach to everyday climate cultures, Everyday Climate Cultures, University of Reading (September 2016)

Peter Jackson, Fresh food in the UK and Portugal, White Rose Office, Brussels (June 2017).

Peter Jackson, Consumer anxieties about food, Food 2.0 Lab, CNRS/ Sorbonne, Paris (December 2017).

Peter Jackson, Consumer trust in food, N8 Agri-Food conference, Hilton Hotel, Liverpool (June 2018).

Peter Jackson and Angela Meah, Enacting freshness in the UK and Portuguese agri-food systems, National Market Traders' Federation, Barnsley (January 2018).

Angela Meah, Reflecting on visceral methods in research on the ‘freshness’ of food, SOAS Food Forum, SOAS Food Studies Centre, (February 2018).

Nádia Nunes (with M. Truninger), O papel do cuidado no discurso publicitário em torno do frigorífico durante o Estado Novo: análise de duas revistas femininas portuguesas (1932-1979), Congresso Português de Sociologia, Covilhã (July 2018).

Monica Truninger, Portuguese and British eaters and the enactment of fresh fish knowledge, Sustaining the Seas, University of Sydney (December 2017).

Enacting Freshness in the UK & Portuguese Agri-food Sectors