Elspeth Probyn

Probyn, E. (2017). Queer Fish: Eating Ethnic Affect. In J. Erni (Eds.), Visuality, Emotions and Minority Culture: Feeling Ethnic, (pp. 27-44). Germany: Springer.

Probyn, E. (2016). Eating the Ocean. Durham: Duke University Press.

Probyn, E., Johnston, K. (2016). Why it’s so hard to ‘eat local’ when it comes to fish. In John Watson (Eds.), The Conversation Yearbook 2016, (pp. 145-148). Carlton: Melbourne University Press.

Probyn, E. (2015). Listening to Fish: More-Than-Human Politics of Food. In Phillip Vannini (Eds.), Non- Representational Methodologies: Re-Envisioning Research, (pp. 72-88). New York: Routledge.

Probyn, E. (2014). Sustaining Fish-Human Communities? A More-Than-Human Question. In Robert E. Rinehart, Karen N. Barbour & Clive C. Pope (Eds.), Ethnographic Worldviews: Transformations and Social Justice, (pp. 155-171). Dordrecht: Springer.

Probyn, E. (2014). The Cultural Politics of Fish and Humans: A More-Than-Human Habitus of Consumption. Cultural Politics, 10(3), 287-299.

Probyn, E. (2014). Women following fish in a more-than- human world. Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 21(5), 589-603.

Probyn, E. (2013). Afterword: Biocultural Entanglements. In Rachel Slocum, Arun Saldanha (Eds.), Geographies of Race and Food: Fields, Bodies, Markets, (pp. 331-334). Surrey, UK: Ashgate.

Probyn, E. (2013). Interlude: Entanglements: Fish, Guts, and Bio-cultural Sustainability. In Emma-Jayne Abbots, Anna Lavis (Eds.), Why We Eat, How We Eat: Contemporary Encounters between Foods and Bodies, (pp. 289-300). Farnham: Ashgate.

Probyn, E. (2013). Sentiments oceaniques Les representations du poisson durable. POLI – Politique de l’image, 7(7), 50-59.

Probyn, E. (2012). In the Interests of Taste and Place. In Geraldine Pratt and Victoria Rosner (Eds.), The Global and the Intimate: Feminism in Our Time, (pp. 57-84). New York: Columbia University Press.

Probyn, E. (2012). Only connect? Communicating across the core-peripheries of geography and discipline. In Ian Donaldson and Mark Finnane (Eds.), Taking Stock: The Humanities in Australian Life Since 1968, (pp. 279-287). Crawley, WA, Australia: UWA Publishing.

Probyn, E. (2011). ‘To market, to market..’: Afterwords. Continuum, 25(5), 683-685.

Probyn, E. (2011). Human-Ocean Entanglements: Human- Ocean Entanglements. Australian Humanities Review, 51(November), 97-114.

Probyn, E. (2004). Eating for a Living: a Rhizo-ethology of bodies. In Helen Thomas, Jamilah Ahmed (Eds.), Cultural Bodies: Ethnography and Theory, (pp. 215-240). Malden UK:

Probyn, E. (2003). Eating into ethics: passion, food and journalism. In Catherine Lumby& Elspeth Probyn (Eds.), Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics, (pp. 107-123). UK: Cambridge University Press.

Probyn, E., Lumby, C. (2003). Introduction: An ethics of engagement. In Catherine Lumby& Elspeth Probyn (Eds.), Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics, (pp. 11-24). UK: Cambridge University Press.

Lumby, C., Probyn, E. (2003). Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics. UK: Cambridge University Press.

Probyn, E. (2000). Carnal appetites; foodsexidentities. London; New York: Routledge.

Kate Johnston

Probyn, E., Johnston, K. (2016). Why it’s so hard to ‘eat local’ when it comes to fish. In John Watson (Eds.), The Conversation Yearbook 2016, (pp. 145-148). Carlton: Melbourne University Press.

Johnston, K. (2014). “Dal Sulcis a Sushi”: Tradition and Transformation in a Southern Italian Fishing Community. A Journal of Media and Culture, Taste (ed). Vol. 17 (1). Read now