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Jo Pike
BornJoanne Pike
NationalityBritish
Notable workThe Moral Geographies of Children, Young People and Food: Beyond Jamie's School Dinners
Born
Notes
Other    Prospective Parliamentary
      candidate for Shipley at the
      next UK general election
Website
www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/staff/dr-jo-pike/

Joanne Pike is senior lecturer in childhood and education at Leeds Beckett University, West Yorkshire,[1] former lecturer at Leeds University,[2] and former visiting fellow at Monash University in Australia. She is co-author (with Peter Kelly) of the book The Moral Geographies of Children, Young People and Food: Beyond Jamie's School Dinners and campaigns against food poverty in the UK.[3]

In December 2017 it was announced that she had been selected by the Labour Party from an all-women shortlist to contest Shipley at the next UK general election.[4][5]

Education[edit | edit source]

Pike gained her PhD from the University of Hull in 2010.[6][7]

Career[edit | edit source]

In November 2017 Labour's Shadow Minister for Public Health and chair of the School Food APPG, Sharon Hodgson, launched a parliamentary inquiry, the All-Nation Children's Future Food Inquiry, to gather information on the issue of childhood food insecurity.[8] Pike is among those providing research to the inquiry.[9]

Personal life[edit | edit source]

Pike is married.[1]

Selected bibliography[edit | edit source]

Books
  • Pike, Jo; Kelly, Peter, eds. (2014). The moral geographies of children, young people and food: beyond Jamie's School Dinners. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137312310.
Book review: Cairns, Kate (2015). "The Moral Geographies of Children, Young People and Food: Beyond Jamie's School Dinners". Food, Culture & Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research. 18 (4): 717–719. doi:10.1080/15528014.2015.1088209.
Book review: Boni, Zofia (2016). "The Moral Geographies of Children, Young People and Food: Beyond Jamie's School Dinners". Children's Geographies. 14 (4): 492–494. doi:10.1080/14733285.2015.1119532.
  • Pike, Jo; Kelly, Peter, eds. (2017). Neo-liberalism and austerity: the moral economies of young people's health and well-being. London: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137582669.
Chapters in books
  • Pike, Jo H.; Colquhoun, Derek (2009). "Embodied childhood in the health-promoting school". In Hörschelmann, Kathrin; Colls, Rachel. Contested bodies of childhood and youth. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 105–120. ISBN 9780230274747.
  • Pike, Jo H.; Colquhoun, Derek (2010). "Effective school meal interventions: Lessons learned from Eat Well Do Well in Hull, England". In O'Dea, Jennifer A.; Eriksen, Michael. Childhood obesity prevention: international research, controversies, and interventions. Oxford U.K New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 389–395. ISBN 9780199572915.
  • Pike, Jo H. (2012). "Lunchtime lock-in: Territorialisation and UK school meals policies". In Kraftl, Peter; Horton, John; Tucker, Faith. Critical geographies of childhood and youth: contemporary policy and practice. Bristol, UK Chicago, Illinois: Policy Press. pp. 133–149. ISBN 9781847428455.
  • Pike, Jo H.; Leahy, Deana (2014). "Young people and food: The moral project of the healthy self". In Kelly, Peter. A critical youth studies for the 21st century. Leiden Boston: Brill. pp. 87–104. ISBN 9789004243750.
  • Pike, Jo H.; Leahy, Deana (2015). "'Just say no to pies': Food pedagogies, health education and governmentality". In Flowers, Rick; Swan, Elaine. Food pedagogies. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited. ISBN 9781409465041.
  • Pike, Jo H.; Leahy, Deana (2016). "'The family that eats together stays together': Governing families, governing health, governing pedagogies". In Dagkas, Symeon; Burrows, Lisette. Families, young people, physical activity and health: critical perspectives. London New York: Taylor and Francis. pp. 84–95. ISBN 9781317561385.
  • Pike, Jo H.; Kelly, Peter (2016). "Moral geographies of young people and food: Beyond Jamie's School Dinners". In Horton, John; Evans, Bethan; Skelton, Tracey. Geographies of children and young people: Play, recreation, health and well being. Singapore: Springer. ISBN 9789814585507.
Articles

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Young, Chris (10 December 2017). "Labour choose lecturer Jo Pike to try and unseat Shipley MP Philip Davies at next General Election". Telegraph and Argus. Bradford, West Yorkshire. Retrieved 14 December 2017.
  2. Flowers, Rick; Swan, Elaine, eds. (2015). "Notes on contributors". Food pedagogies. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited. p. xiv. ISBN 9781409465041.
  3. Pike, Jo (15 February 2018). "Jo Pike: Where's the political appetite to tackle food poverty?". Yorkshire Post. Retrieved 14 April 2018.
  4. Shand, Alistair (11 December 2017). "Labour reveals Shipley constituency candidate for next election". Keighley News. Retrieved 14 December 2017.
  5. Edwards, Peter (11 December 2017). "Labour picks child poverty expert to unseat Tory Brexiteer Philip Davies". labourlist.org. LabourList. Retrieved 14 December 2017.
  6. Pike, Joanne (2010). An ethnographic study of lunchtime experiences in primary school dining rooms (PhD thesis). University of Hull.
  7. Hörschelmann, Kathrin; Colls, Rachel, eds. (2009). "Notes on the contributors". Contested bodies of childhood and youth. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. p. xiv. ISBN 9780230274747.
  8. Hodgson, Sharon (21 November 2017). "Sharon Hodgson MP: It's time to listen to the voices of children and young people when it comes to food insecurity". Politics Home. Retrieved 14 December 2017.
  9. Braithwaite, Carrie (17 November 2017). "On Tuesday 21 November, a parliamentary inquiry will be launched into children's food insecurity, supported by Leeds Beckett University research". leedsbeckett.ac.uk. Leeds Beckett University. Retrieved 14 December 2017.

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