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Susan Greenhalgh on the Radio: Finding Our Hunger
“The more I like me, the less I want to pretend to be other people.” – Jamie Lee Curtis -- Today’s guest is Susan Greenhalgh, Professor of Anthropology...
Harvard Gazette: Weighed Down
From cereal boxes to the Kardashians, everywhere we look we’re bombarded with messages about weight and bodies — how to look...
Susan Greenhalgh on the Radio: Through the Eyes of Women
Dr. Susan Greenhalgh enjoys what she calls ‘thin privilege'; in other words, through no particular effort of her own she is, and has always been, thin. She is quick to point out, however, that thin doesn’t mean...
Susan Greenhalgh on the Radio: Conversations LIVE
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Susan Greenhalgh to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss the book #FatTalkNation. Listen below.
Susan Greenhalgh LIVE on the Radio: Progressive Forum
Listen to Dr. Greenhalgh speak on 90.1 FM Houston's Progressive Forum
NPR: Is The War On Fat Harming Our Children?
America's ongoing war on fat, which aims to save this country — and especially its young people — from a costly and damaging epidemic of obesity, turns out to be dangerous all on its own: It exacts a severe...
Fat-Talk Nation on ConscienHealth
If you want a fresh understanding of how the national discourse about obesity has taken a wrong turn toward the wrong destination, Fat-Talk Nation is well worth reading. In her new book, Susan Greenhalgh sets...
We interview several experts in a wide range of diverse fields for their thoughts on #fattalk and how it affects every aspect of modern lives
An Interdisciplinary Journal of Body Weight & Society
Read Anita Harman's review of Fat-Talk Nation here.