2016. Oleschuk, M. “Foodies of Colour: Authenticity and Exoticism in Omnivorous Food Culture”. Cultural Sociology. doi: 10.1177/1749975516668709

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


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. Bloomsbury.

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

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

Mayan, M., Lo, S., Oleschuk, M, & Laing, D. Leadership in Community-Based Participatory Research: An Oxymoron? Engaged Scholar Journal.

Media Engagement

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