Meleo-Erwin, Zoe C.
Eastern CT State University
Zoe Meleo-Erwin is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Eastern Connecticut State University. Her research focuses on examining weight-based stigma as both a health and social problem. Her previous publications appear in Feminism and Psychology; Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, and International Review of Qualitative Research. She can be found at www.zoemeleoerwin.com.
ArticlesStory spreads out through time the behaviors or bodies – the shapes – a self has been or will be, each replacing the one before. Hence a story has before and after, gain and loss. It goes somewhere…Moreover, shape or body is crucial, not incidental, to story. It carries story; it makes story visible; in a sense it is story. Shape (or visible body) is in space what story is in...Read more