SELECTION OF INVITED PLENARIES AND KEYNOTES

 

  • Invited Speaker: Annual Weight Stigma Conference, University of Kent in Canterbury. June 2014.
  • Invited Keynote Speaker; ‘Promoting Social, Emotional, Behavioural and Mental Health in Childhood and Education’. School of Education and Continuing Studies at the University of Portsmouth, Annual Symposium.
  • Invited Speaker – Institute of Education, University of London. Sociology of Education Seminar Series March 2014.
  • Invited Speaker – University of Brighton, Sociology Seminar Series. Feburary 2014
  • Invited speaker and member of ‘core group’ for ESRC Seminar Series: Young Women in Movement – Sexualities, Vulnerabilities, Needs and Norms. Goldsmiths University. 24th November 2009.
  • Invited keynote: ESRC Seminar Series, Gender Education and The Body, Lancaster University, September 2008
  • Invited speaker: Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Estoril, Portugal, July 9 – 12, 2008.
  • Invited Speaker: Physical Education and Childhood Obesity Specialist Seminar, association for Physical Education, May 2007.
  • Invited Speaker: Roehampton Seminar Series. April 2007.
  • Invited Speaker : Enhancing Physical Capacities: Ethics, Regulation and European Policy Stockholm Bioethics Centre, Stockholm University – 28/29 March 2007
  • Invited Plenary Speaker: Bio-pedagogies, University of Wollongong, 2007.
  • Invited Plenary Speaker: Expanding the Obesity debate, University of Limerick, Ireland, Jan 2006.
  • 2005 Invited speaker British Sociological Association, and British Psychological Association Seminar events on ‘weighty issues’.
  • Co-presenter Keynote presentation – International Olympic Committee Third World Conference on Women and Sport. Marrakech, Morocco, March 2004.

 

CONFERENCE CONTRIBUTIONS 

Refereed                

44. Rich, E., (2016) The spatiality of digital health practices: moving beyond the online-offline divide. European Society for Health and Medical Sociology 16th biennial congress: Healthy Lives: technologies policies and experiences. Geneva, June 2016.

43. Blatherwick, L., and Rich, E., (2016) ‘Feeling good, like a robot, like a pro’: An exploration of users’ experiences of self-tracking fitness technologies. European Society for Health and Medical Sociology 16th biennial congress: Healthy Lives: technologies policies and experiences. Geneva, June 2016.

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, ., 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) 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 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. Paper presented at 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’ Paper presented at 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: 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.