Research & Publications
A selection of recent publications
Elton, Sarah, Sohal, Jasleen, and Resendes, Kyle. 2022. (PDF file) The Ontario Food Terminal: Supporting Neighbourhood Food Access. Food Health Ecosystems Lab Working Paper #1. Toronto Metropolitan University.
Elton, S., & Cole, D. (2022). Is a vegetable garden essential? Toronto gardens as culinary infrastructure. Food, Culture & Society, 0(0), 1–21. https://doi.org/10.1080/15528014.2022.2086786 (external link)
Elton, S,. & Cole, D. (2022). A prescription for health: City gardens produce more than food (external link) . The Conversation.
Cole DC, Needham L, Markowitz P. A food charter as a critical food guidance tool in a rural area: the case of Bruce and Grey Counties in Southwestern Ontario. Canadian Food Studies 2022; 9(1): https://doi.org/10.15353/cfs-rcea.v9i1.497 (external link)
Elton, S. (2021). Intimate ecosystems: The microbiome and the ecological determinants of health. (external link, opens in new window) Canadian Journal of Public Health, 112, 1004–1007.
Elton, S. (2021). Relational health: Theorizing plants as health-supporting actors. (external link) Social Science & Medicine, 281, 114083.
Elton, S. (2021). Is the ‘obesity crisis’ really the health crisis of the food system? The ecological determinants of health for food system change. (external link) Canadian Food Studies / La Revue Canadienne Des Études Sur l’alimentation, 8(1), Article 1.
Elton, S. (2021). Growing Methods. (external link) Environmental Humanities, 13(1), 93–112.
Elton, S. (2019). Posthumanism Invited to Dinner: Exploring the Potential of a More-Than-Human Perspective in Food Studies. (external link) Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies, 19(2), 6–15.
Elton, S. (2018). Reconsidering the retail foodscape from a posthumanist and ecological determinants of health perspective: Wading out of the food swamp. (external link) Critical Public Health, 1–9.
Other research outputs
Del Rosso, Christine. 2022. (PDF file) Nourish to Flourish: A guide to support microbiome-friendly eating in South Asian foodways in Canada. Version A, for dieticians. Food Health Ecosystems Lab, Toronto Metropolitan University.
Del Rosso, Christine. 2022. (PDF file) Nourish to Flourish: A guide to support microbiome-friendly eating in South Asian foodways in Canada. Version B, for the public. Food Health Ecosystems Lab, Toronto Metropolitan University.