EDITED WORKS/BOOK CHAPTERS (29)

29) Rich, E. (in press) Healthism, Girls Embodiment and contemporary health and physical education: Form weight management to digital practices of optimisation. In L.Mansfield, J.Caudwell, B.Wheaton and R.Watson (Eds) The palgrave handbook of feminisms in sport, leisure and physical education.

28) Pheonix, C., and Rich, E., (in press) Visual research methods. In B.Smith and A.C.Sparkes (Eds) International handbook of qualitative methods in sport and exercise.

27) Rich, E., and Sandlin, J. (in press) Public pedagogies of physical cultural studies: Problematizing pedagogy and public interventions in/as physical cultural studies. In M.Silk, D.Andrews and H.Thorpe (eds) Routledge Handbook of Physical Cultural Studies.

26) Rich, E., Mavor, K., and Webb, L. (in press) ‘Becoming’ a teacher: the social construction of teacher’s identities. In K.Mavor, M.Platow and B.Bizumic (Eds) The self, social identity and education. Routledge.

25) Rich, E. (in press) Obesity discourse and mHealth technologies: the surveillance of children’s bodies. In E.Taylor and T.Rooney (Eds) Surveillance Technologies: Understanding their application to children and childhood. Ashgate.

24) Rich, E. (in press) Troubling obesity discourse through public pedagogy. In E.Cameron and C.Russell (Eds) The fat pedagogy reader: Challenging weight based oppression in education. Counterpoints series. Peter Lang Publishers.

23) Rich, E. and Evans, J. (2015) Where’s the pleasure? Exploring the meanings and experiences of pleasure in school based food pedagogies. In E. Swann and R.Flowers (Eds) Food Pedagogies. London: Ashgate.

22) De Pian, L., Evans., J & Rich., E. (2014) Mediating bio-bower: education, organisational culture, class and subjectivity. In K.Fitzpatrick and R.Tinning (Eds) Health Education: Critical Perspectives London: Routledge. 129-141

21) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2013) physical culture, pedagogies of health and the gendered body. In D.Andrews and B.Carrington (eds) A Companion to Sport. Blackwell (Blackwell companions in cultural studies) 179-195

20) Rich, E and O’Connell, K (2012) Visual methods in physical culture: Body culture exhibition. In M.Atkinson and K.Young (eds) Qualitative Research on Sport and Physical culture. Emerald Press. 101-128

19) Rich, E (2012) It’s not for the school to tell us Charlie.. After all, to us you are healthy big. In F.Dowling, A.Flintoff and H.Fitzgerald (Eds) Stories of Difference in Physical Education, Youth Sport and Health. Routledge: Oxon and New York. 119-123

18) Rich, E. (2012) ‘Health’ In N.Lesko and S.Talburt (eds) Keywords in Youth Studies: Tracing Affects, Movement, Knowledges. New York and London: Routledge. 203-207

17) Rich, E., Evans, J., and De-Pian, L. (2010) Obesity, body pedagogies and young women’s engagement with exercise. In E.Kennedy and P.Marjula (Eds) Women and Exercise: The Body, Health and Consumerism. Oxon and New York: Routledge. 138-158

16) Rich, E., Evans, J., and De-Pian, L. (2011) Children’s’ bodies, surveillance and the obesity crisis. In E.Rich, L.F.Monaghan and L.Aphramor (Eds) Debating Obesity: Critical Perspectives. Palgrave. 139-163

15) Evans, J., Rich, E., and Davies, B. (2011) Critical health pedagogies: Whose body is it anyway? In K.Armour,(Ed) Sport Pedagogy: An introduction for teaching and coaching. Pearson Education Ltd, 65-76.

14) Evans, J., Davies, B., and Rich, E. (2011) Berstein, body pedagogies and the corporeal device. In G.Ivinson, B.Davies and J.Fitz (Eds). Knowledge and Identity: Concepts and Applications in Berstein’s Sociology. London, Routledge. 176-190

13) Miah, A., and Rich, E. (2010) The bioethics of cybermedicalization. In P.K. Nayar (Ed) The New Media and Cybercultures Anthology. Wiley-Blackwell: 209-220

12) Rich, E., and Miah, A (2010) The body, health and illness. In D.Albertazzi and P. Cobley (Eds). The Media: An Introduction 3rd Edition. Pearson. 485-504

11) Evans, J. Rich, E., and Davies, B (2010) Schooling the body in a performative culture. In M.Apple, S. Ball and L. Armando Gandin (Eds). The Routledge International Handbook of the Sociology of Education. Oxon and New York: Routledge, 200-212.

10) Rich, E., and Miah, A (2009) Genetic manipulation, the body and sport, in M. Atkinson (Ed) Battleground: Sport. Westport: Greenwood Publishing Group, 185-191

9) Rich, E., and Evans, J (2009) performative health in schools: welfare policy, neoliberlism and social regulation? In J. Wright and V.Harwood (Eds) Biopolitics and the Obesity Epidemic: Governing Bodies. Oxon and New York: Routledege. 157-171

8) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2007) Learning to be healthy, dying to be thin: Construction, representations and production of ‘healthy children’ in schools. In S.Riley, M.Burns, H.Frith, S.Wiggins and P.Markula (Eds) Critical Bodies: Representations, practice and identities of weight and body management. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 60-76

7) Evans, J, Rich, E, Allwood, R. & Davies, B (2007) Being ‘able’ in a performative culture, in I.Wellard (Ed), Re-thinking Gender and Youth Sport , Routledge, London: Routledge. 51-67

6) Henry, I., Radzi, W., Rich, E., Shelton, C., Theodoraki, E., and White, E. (2007) ‘Le rôle des femmes dans la gouvernance des organisations olympiques : des tensions entre universalisme et multiculturalisme’ in (eds. Bayle, E & Chantelat , P) La gouvernance des organisations sportives; Paris: Editons L’Harmatton

5) Rich, E., Harjunen, H., and Evans, J. (2006) Normal gone bad’ – Health Discourses, Schools and the Female Body. In P.Twohig and V.Kalitzkus (Eds) Bordering Biomedicine Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Health, Illness and Disease. Rodopi

4) Sandford, R., and Rich, E. (2006) Learners and popular culture. In D.Kirk, M.O’Sullivan and D.Macdonald (Eds), Handbook of Research in Physical Education. Sage. 275-291

3) Rich, E., Holroyd, R., Evans, J. (2004) hungry to be noticed: young women, anorexia and schooling, in J.Evans, B.Davies and J.Wright (Eds). Body Knowledge and Control. London and New York: Routledge. 173-190

2) Brown, D.H and Rich, E., (2002) Gender positioning as pedagogical practice in learning to teach Physical Education in D.Penney (Ed) Gender and Physical Education. London: Routledge. 80-100

1) Rich, E (1999) ‘Narrative linkages as pedagogical pathways for change – bridging the gap between theory and practice’ in H.Hodkinson (Ed.), Feminism and educational research methodologies, the Manchester Metropolitan University, 88-93