Publications

 

Scholarly

2017. Oleschuk, M. “Foodies of Colour: Authenticity and Exoticism in Omnivorous Food Culture“. Cultural Sociology, 11(2), 217-233.

2017. *Rodney, A., Cappeliez, S., Oleschuk, M. & Johnston, J. “The Online Domestic Goddess: An Investigation of Food Blog Femininities“. Food, Culture & Society. doi: 10.1080/15528014.2017.1357954  *denotes equal authorship

2017. Johnston, J., Cairns, K., and Oleschuk, M. “A kind diet: Cultivating consumer politics, status, and femininity through ethical eating”. In K. Lebesco & P. Naccarato (Eds.), Handbook of Food and Popular Culture (pp. 286-300). London: Bloomsbury.

2016. Mayan, M., Lo, S., Oleschuk, M., Pauchulo A.L., & Laing, D. “Leadership in Community-Based Participatory Research: Individual to Collective“. Engaged Scholar Journal, 2(2), 11-24.

2012. Oleschuk, M. “Engendering transnational foodways: A case study of Southern Sudanese women in Brooks, Alberta“. Anthropologica, 54(1), 119-131.

Forthcoming

Cairns, K., Johnston, J., & Oleschuk, M. “Calibrating motherhood”. In V. Harman & B. Cappellini (Eds.), Feeding children inside and outside the home. Routledge.

Media Engagement

2017. Cairns, K., & Johnston, J., & Oleschuk, MCalibrating Extremes: The Balancing Act of Maternal Foodwork. Gender and Society Blog.

2016. Oleschuk, M., Cairns, K., & Johnston, J. Let’s Rethink The Pressure Of Cooking Family Meals During The Holidays. Huffington Post Canada.

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