I love to share what our team is up to, thinking about, and getting going through research talks, training/workshops, and in helping with expertise for media. I also do some consulting and run workshops on research design, and monitoring/evaluation, mostly for international development.
SOME COMMON EXPERT MEDIA INTERVIEW TOPICS : Stigma, Global Obesity, Water Insecurity, Instructional Innovation (online)
NYTimes reporting on our seminal work on weight stigma, 2011
NYTimes commentary on height, 2011
NYTimes reference to our 1990s work on cross-cultural work on marital sex, 2017
NYTimes on fat shaming, 2017
CURRENT RESEARCH TALKS – Things I have Ready to Go!
Lazy, Crazy, Disgusting: Stigma and the Undoing of Global Health.
Water Insecurity and Food Security: A Global Perspective on What Matters Most for Well-being
Big Bodies/Small World: Fat Stigma as an Emerging Global Challenge
RECENT EXPERT WORKSHOPS/TRAININGS
Innovation in online teaching, Durham University, UK
Cultural methods for development project monitoring, USAID, Washington DC
Baseline project monitoring using anthropological tools, USAID, Haiti, West Bank, and Mozambique