We conduct multidisciplinary research on children and families' food and environmental practices.
Our current and past work include research on infant feeding, food in early years' settings, school meals, food in working families, families and food poverty, and family lives and the environment.
We incorporate an innovative range of quantitative and qualitative methods and data reuse. Our work takes an international as well as national focus, and our funders include the Department of Health, Food Standards Agency (FSA), Economic and Social Research Council, and European Research Council.
- Julia Brannen
- Rebecca O'Connell
- Heather Elliott
- Charlotte Faircloth
- Abigail Knight
- Antonia Simon
- Charlie Owen
- Families and Food in Hard Times (2014/2019 ERC)
- Families and Food: Methodological Innovations for Studying Habitual Practices (2011/2014 ESRC NCRM Novella Node subproject)
- Family Lives and the Environment:Cross-national perspectives on habitual practices (2011/2014 ESRC NCRM Novella Node subproject)
- Food Families and Work