Professor Stanley Ulijaszek

Stanley Ulijaszek

Professor of Human Ecology

Vice-Master of St Cross College

Papua New Guinea and the Pacific, nutritional anthropology, human ecology

Stanley Ulijaszek MA (Oxford), MA (Cambridge), BSc (Manchester), MSc, PhD (London). Stanley Ulijaszek is a nutritional anthropologist whose work centres on the evolutionary basis for, and cultural diversity in, nutritional health. This includes both undernutrition and obesity, and the diseases associated with them. He has carried out research in India, Nepal, Sarawak, Bangladesh, Papua New Guinea, the Cook Islands, Poland and Australia. He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Human Comparative Biology (Homo) and he is Director of the Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity (www.oxfordobesity.org).

Contact

Email: stanley.ulijaszek@anthro.ox.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)1865 274692

Academia
ResearchGate

Darryl Stellmach
Nadine Levin
Adam Gilbertson
Marisa Macari
Amy McLennan
Devi Sridhar

Books

2012, Stanley Ulijaszek, N. Mann and S. Elton, Evolving Human Nutrition. Implications for Public Health, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (reprint in Pb).

2009, Stanley Ulijaszek, Sarah Elton and Neil Mann, Evolution, Transformation and Public Health Nutrition, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2007, Stanley Ulijaszek and R. Ohtsuka, Health Change in the Asia-Pacific Region. Biocultural and epidemiological approaches, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

2007, Stanley Ulijaszek and D. Parkin, Holistic Anthropology. Convergence and Emergence, Berghahn Books: Oxford.

1995, Stanley Ulijaszek, Human Energetics in Biological Anthropology, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

1993, Stanley Ulijaszek and S.S. Strickland, Nutritional Anthropology: Prospects and Perspectives, Smith-Gordon: London.

Edited books

2015, Caroline Potter, Stanley Ulijaszek and Elisabeth Hsu (eds), Medical Anthropology at Oxford: The First Decade and Beyond, Special Issue, Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford-online.

2015, P. Kraeger, B. Winney, Stanley Ulijaszek and C. Capelli (eds), Population in the Human Sciences, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2014, Karin Eli and Stanley Ulijaszek, Obesity, Eating Disorders and the Media, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited.

2013, C. Banwell, Stanley Ulijaszek and J. Dixon, When Culture Impacts Health. Global Lessons for Effective Health Research, San Diego: Academic Press.

2012, Avner Offer, Rachel Pechey and Stanley Ulijaszek, Insecurity, inequality and obesity, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2010, Nicholas Mascie-Taylor, A. Yasukouchi and Stanley Ulijaszek, Human Variation, from Laboratory to the Field, Boca Raton: CRC Press.

2006, Stanley Ulijaszek, Population, Reproduction and Fertility in Melanesia, Berghahn Books: Oxford.

1999, Stanley Ulijaszek, Urbanism, Health and Human Biology in Industrialised Countries, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

1998, Stanley Ulijaszek, Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Growth and Development, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

1997, Stanley Ulijaszek, Human Adaptability, Past, Present, and Future, University of Oxford Press: Oxford.

1996, Stanley Ulijaszek, Long-term Consequences of Early Environment: Growth, Development and the Lifespan Developmental Perspective, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

1995, Stanley Ulijaszek, Health Intervention in Less Developed Nations, University of Oxford Press: Oxford.

1994, Stanley Ulijaszek, Anthropometry: The Individual and the Population, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

1993, Stanley Ulijaszek, Seasonality and Human Ecology, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

  • Conceptualizing ecobiosocial interactions: lessons from obesity

  • Energetics, lifestyles, and nutritional adaptation: An introduction

  • Framing obesity in UK policy from the Blair years, 1997-2015: the persistence of individualistic approaches despite overwhelming evidence of societal and economic factors, and the need for collective responsibility

  • Identifying Notions of Environment in Obesity Research Using a Mixed Methods Approach

  • Physical activity and the human body in the (increasingly smart) built environment

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