Two of the biggest barriers to non-profits’ effectiveness

Last week, I shared a recent panel discussion I participated in, examining the topic of food justice. I also talked about what food justice is and how it isn't just about food. Off of that, I want to talk a bit about some of the issues non-profits face in actually working to promote real change. … Continue reading Two of the biggest barriers to non-profits’ effectiveness

NEW peer-reviewed article on the impact of meat reduction and vegan campaigns

I'm thrilled to share that a portion of my PhD research into meat reduction and vegan campaigns has now been published in the peer-reviewed journal, Appetite! This is the first peer-reviewed article to investigate the impact of these campaigns and is, to the best of my knowledge, the most comprehensive study to date of meat … Continue reading NEW peer-reviewed article on the impact of meat reduction and vegan campaigns

New Sociology and Animals Podcast featuring Dr Trent

This week I was featured in the first ever episode of the new podcast series, The Sociology & Animals Podcast, hosted by  Dr. Corey Wrenn, the 2019/2020 Chair of the Animals and Society Section of the American Sociological Association. This series interviews folks using species-inclusive sociology in a variety of academic and applied fields of research, … Continue reading New Sociology and Animals Podcast featuring Dr Trent

A New Way of Eating: Dissertation Now Available

I am excited to announce that my PhD Dissertation, A New Way of Eating: Creating Meat Reducers, Vegetarians and Vegans is now freely available. The dissertation outlines the methods and results of a research project that took place between 2016 and 2018 and includes a discussion of the findings and recommendations for campaigns, policy and … Continue reading A New Way of Eating: Dissertation Now Available