Vol. 18 No. 3 (2015): fat

Edited by Julie M. Parsons and Rachel J. Jarvie
Published: 2015-06-24
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  • Fat

    Julie M Parsons, Rachel J Jarvie


  • Fat Studies 101: Learning to Have Your Cake and Eat It Too

    Patti Lou Watkins
  • “Dear Obese PhD Applicants”: Twitter, Tumblr and the Contested Affective Politics of Fat Doctoral Embodiment

    James Burford
  • Fat Politics: A Comparative Study

    Michael Stephen Bruner
  • Bringing Sexy Back: To What Extent Do Online Television Audiences Contest Fat-Shaming?

    Debbie Rodan
  • Rebel Heart: Performing Fatness Wrong Online

    Cat Pausé
  • Consuming (through) the Other? Rethinking Fat and Eating in BBW Videos Online

    Anna Lavis
  • Fat and Thin Sex: Fetishised Normal and Normalised Fetish

    Gurleen Khandpur
  • We Are All Ballooning: Multimedia Critical Discourse Analysis of ‘Measure Up’ and ‘Swap It, Don’t Stop It’ Social Marketing Campaigns

    Lily O'Hara, Jane Taylor, Margaret Barnes
  • Mindy Calling: Size, Beauty, Race in The Mindy Project

    Amita Nijhawan
  • “At What Cost?”: Problematising the Achievement of ‘Health’ through Thinness – The Case of Bariatric Surgery

    Aimee Bernardette Simpson
  • “Shape Carries Story”: Navigating the World as Fat

    Zoe C. Meleo-Erwin
  • Mixed Messages

    Gayle Letherby
  • Fat in Contemporary Autobiographical Writing and Publishing

    Donna Lee Brien