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Read more June 20, 2014

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Teaching rape culture Inside Higher Education/Conditionally Accepted March 2017

Stigma in practice: Barriers to health for fat women Frontiers in Psychology Dec 2016

the HAES® files: On having a place for fat scholarship HAES® blog September 2016

the HAES® files: Why I don’t care about health HAES® blog May 2016

Treating fat people better: World Speech Day YouTube April 2016

Being fat in New Zealand Op Ed Stuff March 2016

Sociable scholarship: The use of social media in dissiminating and collaborating in the 21st century Journal of Applied Social Theory Feb 2016

Interest grows in Fat Studies tertiary courses Op Ed The Dom Post/NZ Herald/The Press October 2015

Rebel heart: Performing fatness wrong online M/C Journal June 2015

The dancer’s body is fat: Force Majeure’s Nothing to Lose   March 2015  The Conversation

Queering scholarship: Creating our own spaces in academia Conditionally Accepted October 2014

Discrimination against fat people increases the likelihood of weight gain    July 2013   The Conversation

Media’s faceless fatties fuel society’s growing sizism    April 2013   The Conversation

Media attention suggests fat may be the new sexy    July 2012   The Conversation

Moving beyond weight: Why the focus on size is bad for health     March 2012   The Conversation

Big belly laughs – why is it okay to laugh at fat people?    Feb 2012    The Conversation