Rich, E., Monaghan, L. and Aphramor, L. (Eds) (2011) Debating Obesity: Critical Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan.
Miah, A., and Rich, E. (2008) The Medicalization of Cyberspace. Routledge, London and New York. (http://medicalizationofcyberspace.wordpress.com/)
Evans, J., Rich, E., Davies, B., and Allwood, R. (2008) Education, Disordered Eating and Obesity Discourse: Fat Fabrications. Routledge, London and New York.
The Medicalization of Cyberspace:
“The Medicalization of Cyberspace is a compelling and comprehensive consideration of how the Internet and web are impacting medical practice, communication between experts and patients, the construction of the posthuman body, and many other pressing issues. In clear and precise prose, it consistently avoids the binary rhetoric all too prevalent in discussions about cyberspace and explores the complex interactions currently taking place between and around medical practices and the web. Highly recommended for anyone interested in how the digital cultures of cyberspace are shaping the practice, understanding, and consumption of medicine in the contemporary period.”
N. Katherine Hayles, UCLA, Author of ‘How We Became Posthuman’
Education, Disordered Eating and Obesity Discourse: Fat Fabrications.
“This book is a welcome contribution to the sociology of education and to the literature on ‘disordered eating’. It captures in graphic terms the experiences of a group of mainly middle class young women diagnosed as ‘having an eating disorder’ and offers a compelling conceptualisation of the inter-play of ‘perfection codes’ and ‘performance codes’ in their lives.”
Geoff Whitty, Director, Institute of Education, London
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2) Rich, E. (2011) London 2012 and new legacies of learning: citizen media as public pedagogy. Culture @ the Olympics. 13(5): 27-33
1) Rich, E. (2012) Beyond the slogan: there are many ways to inspire a generation. Culture @ the Olympics. 13(9): 64-68
39) Silk, M., Francombe-Webb, J., Rich, E., and Merchant, S. (2015) On the transgressive possibilities of physical pedagogic practices. Qualitative Inquiry, 21(9): 798-811
38) Rich, E., De Pian, L., and Francombe-Webb, J. (2015) Physical cultures of stigmatisation: health policy and social class. Sociological Research Online, 20(2): 10. DOI: 10.5153/sro.3613
37) Miah, A., and Rich, E. (2015) Digital health: Medicine, Methods and Mobile Devices. Editorial for Salute e Soceità, the Italian Journal of Sociology of Health.
36) Rich, E., and Miah, A. (2014) Understanding digital health as public pedagogy: A critical framework. Societies, 4: 296-315.
35) Francombe-Webb, J., Rich, E., & De Pian, L. (2014) I move like you… But different: biopolitics and embodied Methodologies. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies, 14: 483-495
34) Evans, J., Davies, B & Rich, E. (2013) We/You can tell talk from matter: A conversation with Håkan Larsson and Mikael Quennerstedt. Sport, Education and Society, 19(5): 356-370
33) Mansfield, L., and Rich, E. (2013) Public health pedagogy, border crossings and physical activity at every size. Critical Public Health, 23(2): 356-370
32) Evans, J., Davies, B., Rich, E., De Pian, L. (2013) Understanding policy: why health education is important and why it does not appear to work. British Educational Research Journal, 39(2): 320-337
31) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2013) Changing times, future bodies? The significance of health in young women’s imagined futures. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 21(1): 5-22
30) Wright, J., Burrows, L., and Rich, E. (2012) Health imperatives in primary schools across three countries: intersections of class, culture and subjectivity. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 33(5): 673-691
29) Rich, E. (2012) Beyond school boundaries: new health imperatives, families and schools. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 33(5): 635-654
28) Evans, J and Rich, E (2011) Body polices and body pedagogies: every child matters in totally pedagogised schools. Journal of Education Policy, 26(3): 361-379
27) Evans, J., Rich, E., De-Pian, L., and Davies, B. (2011) Health imperatives, policy and the corporeal device: schools, subjectivity and children’s health. Policy Futures in Education, 9(3) 328-340
26) Rich, E (2011) Exploring the relationship between pedagogy and physical cultural studies: the case of new health imperatives in schools. Sociology of Sport Journal, 28(1): 64-84
25) Rich, E (2011) ‘I see her being obesed!’: Public pedagogy, reality media and the obesity crisis. ‘Health’: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 15(1): 3-21
24) Rich, E. (2010) Obesity assemblages and surveillance in schools. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 23(7): 803-821
23) Rich, E., and Perhamus, L.M (2010) Health Surveillance, the body and schooling. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 23(7): 759-764
22) Rich, E (2010) Body Pedagogies, education and health. Sport, Education and Society, 15(2): 147-150
21) Evans, J., Rich, E., and Davies, B. (2009) The body made flesh: embodied learning and the corporeal device. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 30(4): 391-406
20) Rich, E., and Miah, A. (2009) prosthetic surveillance: the medical governance of healthy bodies in cyberspace, Surveillance and Society, 20, Feb 2009. (online)
19) Rich, E. and Evans, J. (2009) Now I am NO-body, see me for who I am: The paradox of performativity. Gender and Education, 21(1): 1-16
18) Evans, J., Rich, E., and Davies (2008) Health education or weight management in schools? Physical Education Matters (official journal of the AfPE), 3(1): 28-33
17) Evans, J., Rich, E., Davies, B and Allwood, R. (2008) The class and cultural functions of obesity discourse: our latter day child saving movement. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 18(2): 117-132
16) Evans, J., Rich, E., Allwood, R., and Davies, B. (2008) Body pedagogies, p/policy, health and gender. British Educational Research Journal, 34(3): 387-402
15) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2007) Re-reading voice: Young women, anorexia and performative education. Junctures: The Journal for thematic dialogue, 9: 39 54
14) Rich, E. and Miah, A. (2006), Genetic tests for ability?: Talent identification and the value of an open future. Sport Education and Society, 1(3): 259-273.
13) Rich, E. (2006) Anorexic (dis)connection. Sociology of Health and Illness, 28(3): 284-305
12) Rich, E and Evans, J. (2005) ‘Fat ethics’ – the obesity discourse and body politics. Social Theory and Health, 3(4): 341-358
11) Evans, J., Rich, E., Allwood, R., and Davies, B. (2005) Fat fabrications. The British Journal of Teaching Physical Education, 36(4) Winter 2005: 18-21
10) Rich, E (2005) young women, life choices and feminist identities and neo-liberalism. Women’s Studies International Forum, 28(6): 495-508
9) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2005) making sense of eating disorders in schools. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 26 (2): 247-262
8) Evans, J., Rich, E., Davies, B and Allwood, R. (2005) The embodiment of learning: what the sociology of education doesn’t say about ‘risk’ in going to school. International Studies in the Sociology of Education, 15(2): 129-149
7) Evans, J., Rich, E., and Davies, B., (2004) The emperor’s new clothes: fat, thin and overweight. the social fabrication of risk and ill-health. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 23(4): 372-391
6) Evans, J., Rich, E., and Holroyd, R. (2004) disordered eating and disordered schooling: what schools do to middle class girls. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 25(2): 123-142
5) Rich, E (2004) Exploring teachers’ biographies and perceptions of girls’ participation in Physical Education. European Physical Education Review, 10(2): 220-245
4) Rich, E. (2003) “The problem with girls”: liberal feminism, ‘equal opportunities’ and gender inequality in physical education. British Journal of Physical Education, 34(1): 46-49.
3) Evans, J, Evans, B, Rich, E. (2003) ‘the only problem is they will like their chips’: education and the discursive production of ill-health’. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 11(2): 215-241
2) Evans, J., Evans, B., & Rich, E. (2002). Eating disorders and comprehensive ideals. Forum for Promoting 3-19 Comprehensive Education, 44(2): 59-65.
1) Rich, E (2001) Gender positioning in teacher education in england: new rhetoric, old realities. International Studies in the Sociology Of Education, 11(2): 131-156.
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
CONFERENCE CONTRIBUTIONS (48)
42) Rich, E. (2014) ‘Digitising Fat’ – Digital technologies, embodiment and the governance of fat. Annual Weight Stigma Conference, University of Kent, Canterbury. June 2014.
41) De-Pian, L., Francombe, J., and Rich, E., (2013) Speaking with(in): embodied reflexivity & embodied knowledge. European Sociological Association Annual Conference: Crisis, Critique and Change. Turin. August 2013.
40) De-Pian, L., Francombe, J., and Rich, E. (2013) There’s more to clas than chav: Revisiting class and health and physical activity policy. Annual Conference of Political Studies Association: Sport, Politics and Policy. Bath. January 2013.
39) Mansfield, L., and Rich, E., (2013) Sovereign Bodies, the obesity debate and sport: Public pedagogy, border crossings and physical activity at every size? ISSA World congress of sociology of sport, Vancouver. June 2013.
38) Evans, J, De Pian, L, Davies, B, Rich, E (2011) embodying policy concepts: emplacement, enactment, embodiment and the re-production of emboldened bodies. Australian Educational Research Association Annual Conference. Hobart. November 2011
37) Rich, E. (2011) Boys experiences of health imperatives. An International Symposium Speaks the Unspoken: Masculinities, bodies & body images in health education. Ottawa, June 3th-8th.
36) Evans, J., Davies, B., Rich, E., and De Pian, L. (2010) Understanding policy: why policy is important and why it does not appear to work. Australian Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Melbourne. November 2010.
35) Rich, E., Evans, J., and De Pian, L. (2010) Becoming Abject: The circulation and affective presence of ‘the obese body’ in schools. ESRC Seminar Abject embodiment: Uneven targets of fat discrimination, Durham University. 14th-15th January 2010.
34) Rich, E., Evans, J., and De-Pian, L. (2009) Learning to be a healthy young woman: body burdens and consumer culture. ESRC Seminar Series: Young Women in Movement – Sexualities, Vulnerabilities, Needs and Norms. Goldsmiths University. 24th November 2009.
33) Rich, E., Evans, J., and De-Pian, L. (2009) Local landscapes, media healthscapes and schooling. British Educational Research Association Annual Conference. Manchester, September 2009.
32) Evans, J., Davies, B., Rich, E., and De-Pian, L. (2009) Health imperatives, policy and the corporeal device: schools, subjectivity and children’s health. Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Canberra, Australia, December 2009.
31) Evans, J., Rich, E., and De-Pian, L. (2009) Global landscapes, education and cultural reproduction: the conceptual challenges for international, collaborative, comparative research. British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Manchester, September 2nd-6th 2009.
30) Di-Pian, L., Evans, J., and Rich, E. (2008) Mediating Health? A preliminary analysis of how social class and culture refracted through different forms of schooling are reflected in young people’s actions toward their bodies and their health. Paper presented at Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Brisbane, December 3.
29) Di-Pian, L., Evans, J., and Rich, E. (2008) Researching The New health Imperatives in Schools: Understanding Young People’s decision making about health as an embodied social process: stories from the field. Paper presented at Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Brisbane, December 3.
28) Burrows L., Cliff, K., De-Pian, L., Evans, J., Harwood, V., McCormack, J., Rich, E. & Wright, J. (2008) Researching the new health imperatives in Schools: stories from the field. Paper presented at Australian Association for Research in Education conference, Brisbane, December 3.
27) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2008) performative health, gender and body pedagogies, Gender Education and The Body, ESRC seminar series, Lancaster University, September 2008
26) Evans, J., Davies, B., and Rich, E (2008) Berstein, body pedaogiges and the corporeal device, Fifth International Berstein Symposium, Cardiff 12-19 July.
25) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2008) Disordered eating, schooling and bio-peadgogies. Invited symposium on Health, Curriculum and the Body, American Education Research Association Annual Conference, New York, March 2008.
24) Evans, J., and Rich, E. (2008) The rise and rise of the child saving movement, International Sociology of Education Conference, London, Jan 2-5th 2008.
23) Rich, E. (2007) A response to ‘the bio-amazons counterattack: a response to our critics’. Enhancing physical capacities: ethics, regulation and european policy, Stockholm bioethics centre, Stockholm University, 28-29h March 2007.
22) Evans, J. Rich, E., and Davies, B. (2007) the rise and rise of the child saving movement: resisting class and cultural rehabilitation, Australian Association for Research in Education, Freemantle, Australia. December 2007.
21) Evans, J, Rich, E & Allwood, R (2007) health education or weight management in schools? invited paper at Association for Physical Education: Physical Educational and Obesity one day conference, Daventry, April, 2007.
20) Rich, E., and Evans J. (2007) Performative health. Performative Health and body pedagogies: Every child matters? One day seminar hosted by Society for Educational Studies and Loughborough University, Loughborough.
19) Evans J, Rich, E..& Davies, B (2007) Every child matters in totally pedagogised schools, paper presented at Body Pedagogie and Perofrmative Health: Every child matters seminar hosted by the Society for Educational Studies and Loughborough University, Loughborough.
18) Rich, E. and Evans, J. (2007) Young women and performative health pedagogies: now i am (no)body, see me for who i am, Undoing the Body symposium, British Educational Research Association conference, London.
17) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2007) ‘Body pedagogies and voice in totally pedagogised schools’ Biopedagogies conference, University of Wollongong, Australia. January 25th-29th 2007.
16) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2006) ‘Fat ethics’: exploring the negative implications of ‘anti-obesity’ discourse, Expanding the Obesity Debate, University of Limerick, Ireland, Monday 9th January 2006
15) White, A, and Rich, E. (2005) Work “faster, better, harder”, but don’t lose your femininity: coping with gender dynamics in olympic leadership, 15th IAPESGW Congress, Edmonton, Canada.
14) Rich, E., Evans, J., and Allwood, R. (2005) Problematising perfection and performance in education: learning from young women with eating disorders, British Educational Research Association annual conference, University of Glamorgan, Treforest, Pontypridd, 14th – 17th September 2005
13) Rich, E., Evans, J., and Allwood, R. (2005) Healthism and schools. Paper presented at British Psychological Society Seminar Series on Weighty Issues: Representation, Identity, and Practice in the areas of Eating Disorders, Obesity and Body Management. Bristol University of West of England.
12) Rich, E. Evans, J. and Allwood, R. (2005) The obesity discourse, Physical Education and Sport. British Sociological Association Day Conference: Sport and the Body, University of Leicester
11) Evans, J., Rich, E., and Davies B (2005) the embodiment of learning: what the sociology of education doesn’t say about ‘risk’ in going to school, International Sociology of Education Conference, ‘teaching and learning in changing times’. London University, January 2005
10) Henry, I.P., Radzi, W., Rich, E., Shelton, C., Theodoraki, E. and White, A., ‘Gender in olympic organisational culture: a review of the ioc policy of setting minimum targets for the promotion of women in executive decision making positions in national olympic committees’, 12th European Sport Management Congress, Ghent, Belgium, 2004, 257-258.
9) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2004) No emotion or desire? understanding equality and inclusion in physical education and sport? Paper presented at British Educational Research Association Conference, UMIST Manchester, September 2004.
8) Evans, J., and Rich, E. (2004) Gifted…. gone wrong: the social fabrication of ‘deviancy’ and ill-health, Critical Perspectives on Obesity, University of Toronto, July, 2004
7) Rich, E., and Harjunen, H. (2004) ‘Normal Gone Bad’ – exploring discourses of health and the female body in schools. 3rd Global Conference on Making Sense of Health, Illness and Disease. July 2004. Oxford, UK.
6) Henry, I.P., White, A., Radzi, W., Rich, E.., Shelton, C. and Theodoraki, E., ”Women, leadership and the Olympic movement”, Keynote to International Olympic Committee third World Conference on Women and Sport, Marrakech, Morocco., 2004
5) Radzi, W., Rich, E., Shelton, C, Henry, I., Theodoraki, E., and Henry, I. (2004) Women in NOC structures: findings from the Loughborough/IOC research report. International Olympic Committee third World Conference on Women and Sport, Marrakech, Morocco.
4) Rich, E. (2003) Exploring Constructions of The Body, (ill)health and identity in schools: the case of anorexia nervosa, 2nd Global Conference Making Sense of Health Illness and Disease. July 2003. St Hildas College Oxford, UK.
3) Rich, E., and Evans, J (2002) Disordered eating or disordered education? refocusing the analysis of gender, eating disorders and education. British Educational Research Association Conference, Exeter, September 2002.
2) Brown, D.H, and Rich, E (2001) Gender positioning as pedagogical practice in learning to teach Physical Education’. Symposium on Gender and Physical Education. British Educational Research Association Conference, Leeds, September 2001.
1) Rich, E. (2002) Women and the modern Olympics: Towards a post-modern agenda. In International Olympic Committee and International Olympic Academy (Eds) Report of the ninth international session on Olympic Studies, 5th May-15th June 2001, Ancient Olympia.
Non refereed (6)
6) Rich, E (2011) Researching health imperatives in schools. Integrating perspectives on schools-based research. Cardiff University. 14th July 2011.
5) Rich, E (2011) The end of the obesity epidemic: a critical pedagogy perspective. The End of the Obesity Epidemic? Invited paper. Loughborough University, 1st July 2011.
4) Rich, E., and Evans, J (2010) young people, class, schooling cultures and anti-obesity education. ESRC Seminar: Abject Embodiment – Uneven Targets of Fat Discrimination. 14th-15th January 2010, Durham University. (Invited paper)
3) Evans, J & Rich, E. (2007) totally pedagogised healthy schools, invited paper presented to the Food, Health and Education Research Group, Hull University, June, 12th 2007.
2) Evans, J, & Rich, E. (2007) health education or weight management, invited paper to the School of Sport and Health Sciences, Exeter University, June, 2007.
1) Rich, E., Allwood, R., Evans, J. (2007) Whose body is it anyway? Education, Obesity discourse and disordered bodies. Invited seminar, School of Education, Roehampton University.
REVIEW ESSAYS (6)
5) Rich, E. (2010) Review of Feminism and The Schooling Scandal by Christine Skelton and Becky Francis, British Education Research Journal.
4) Evans, J., and Rich, E (2010) Extended Review paper of Changing Bodies: Habit Crisis and Creativity by Chris Shilling, Sport, Education and Society, 14(3): 379-382
3) Holroyd, R., and Rich, E. (2003) Review of Body Fascism: Salvation in the Technology of Physical Fitness by Brian Pronger, Sport Education and Society, 7 (1): 85-102
2) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2002) Review of Reproducing Gender: Selected Critical Essays on Educational Theory and Feminist Politics by Madeleine Arnot. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 23(2): 309-313
1) Rich, E.(2002) Review of Games, Sports and Cultures by Noel Dyck (Ed.) Sport, Education and Society, 7(1): 88-91.
Audio visual review (1)
1) Rich, E. (2006) Audio-visual review, ‘The football Factory’, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 41(1): 129-132