Alexandra E Sexton
Alexandra E Sexton
Postdoctoral researcher, Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford
Verified email at zoo.ox.ac.uk
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Bringing cultured meat to market: Technical, socio-political, and regulatory challenges in cellular agriculture
N Stephens, L Di Silvio, I Dunsford, M Ellis, A Glencross, A Sexton
Trends in Food Science & Technology 78, 155-166, 2018
1322018
Alternative proteins and the (non)stuff of "meat"
A Sexton
Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies 16 (3), 66-78, 2016
412016
Eating for the post‐Anthropocene: Alternative proteins and the biopolitics of edibility
AE Sexton
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 43 (4), 586-600, 2018
36*2018
Framing the future of food: The contested promises of alternative proteins
AE Sexton, T Garnett, J Lorimer
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 2 (1), 47-72, 2019
282019
Making sense of making meat: key moments in the first 20 years of tissue engineering muscle to make food
N Stephens, AE Sexton, C Driessen
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 3, 45, 2019
222019
Better than text? Critical reflections on the practices of visceral methodologies in human geography
AE Sexton, A Hayes-Conroy, EL Sweet, M Miele, J Ash
Geoforum 82, 200-201, 2017
222017
Edible insects and the future of food: a foresight scenario exercise on entomophagy and global food security
D Glover, A Sexton
IDS, 2015
162015
Palatable disruption: the politics of plant milk
N Clay, AE Sexton, T Garnett, J Lorimer
Agriculture and Human Values, 1-18, 2020
42020
Eating for the post-Anthropocene: Alternative proteins, Silicon Valley and the (bio) politics of food security
AE Sexton
King's College London, 2018
22018
Food as Software: Place, Protein, and Feeding the World Silicon Valley–Style
AE Sexton
Economic Geography, 1-21, 2020
2020
Geoforum Critical Review & Debate Accepted Manuscript, In Press
AE Sexton
Tag: Human-Animal Relations
N Stephens, C Driessen, A Sexton
FCRN Blogs Community
A Sexton
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