Wiggins: Eating sounds: At the edges of language, food, and bodies

As part of the Bayreuth Food and Language lecture series, Wiggins gave a talk on "Eating sounds: At the edges of language, food, and bodies", October 29 2021. Abstract: The sounds we make while eating, or when approaching food as an edible substance, are a ubiquitous but often overlooked phenomenon. Considered as being at the …

Wiggins: Beyond the battles of the dinner table

Wiggins has published an article in The Psychologist magazine covering her research into family mealtimes and children's eating habits. In particular, she covers ways in which children's food preferences can become a source of tension when certain sequences of talk are initiated. It's open access - take a look!