- Parrish, S., Lavis, A., Potter, C.M., Ulijaszek, S., Nowicka, P. and Eli, K. (2022). How active can preschoolers be at home? Parents' and grandparents' perceptions of children's day-to-day activity, with implications for physical activity policy. Social Science & Medicine, 292, pp. 114557–114557. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2021.114557.
- Parrish, S. (2021). Reflection: (Not) feeding the bereaved in the time of coronavirus. Food and Foodways, 29(3), pp. 281–288. doi:10.1080/07409710.2021.1943616.
- Parrish, S. (2020). Competitive Coffee Making and the Crafting of the Ideal Barista. Gastronomica, 20(2), pp. 79–90. doi:10.1525/gfc.2020.20.2.79.
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Sabine Parrish is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Food Policy. She is currently working on the Family Food Experience - London study, where she supports all arms of the project and leads the qualitative data collection. With a background in food and medical anthropology, she has conducted ethnographic work in the United Kingdom, United States, and Brazil.
Sabine is a Research Associate of the Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity at the University of Oxford, as well as a Visiting Lecturer at Stanford University, BOSP.
- DPhil (PhD), Anthropology, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2021
- MPhil, Social Anthropology, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2015
- BA, Sociocultural Anthropology, University of Washington, United States, 2013
- Research Fellow, City, University of London, Aug 2021 – present
- Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Oxford, Mar – Aug 2021
- Research Assistant, University of Oxford, Oct 2016 – Jan 2021
Portuguese (can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review).
- Americas - South
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Journal articles (3)
- Potter, C., Parrish, S., Eli, K., Lavis, A., Nowicka, P. and Ulijaszek, S. (2020). Changes in mental health, eating and physical activity in England across Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.
- Potter, C., Parrish, S., Eli, K., Lavis, A., Nowicka, P. and Ulijaszek, S. (2020). Age, economic insecurity, and mental health in England across Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.