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 Pandemic of our own making: a reflection on COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter

I've been trying to write this blog for over two months. But, like many, recent times have stripped me of much of my motivation and feeling of hope for the future. It is hard to feel like fighting when I'm wondering what I'm fighting for. I keep thinking: Do we want to return to normal? … Continue reading A Pandemic of our own making: a reflection on COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter

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