Mike Goodman is a senior lecturer in Geography at King’s College London broadly interested in the cultural politics of food, consumption and sustainability. He is a co-author on the recently published Alternative Food Networks (Routledge, 2012) and has the co-edited (with Colin Sage) the forthcoming volume Food Transgressions (Ashgate) exploring the multiple and contentious boundary-crossings of food. He also edits the Critical Food Studies book series with Ashgate and, with David Goodman, co-edits a second book series entitled Contemporary Food Politics with Berg. Current work is focused on the powerful mediations of food and eating by celebrity chefs and other forms of contemporary food media cultures; both will figure heavily in a forthcoming special issue of the journal Geoforum.
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