Allison Gray (Social Justice)

Allison Gray

Allison is a PhD candidate in Social Justice at the University of Windsor, studying an array of issues across the disciplines of Sociology and Criminology.

Allison focuses her research in the areas of green criminology, food crime, environmental sociology, and food studies. Some key recent and current projects involve the human-nature relationship involving dairy production, the consumer-activist dualism in food movements, the public perception of animal legal status legislation, and the role of weight in individuals' consultation of Canada's Food Guide.

Supervised by Dr. Amy Fitzgerald, Allison's SSHRC-funded dissertation is analyzing pereptions of dietary-based environmental harm and the role of plant-meat consumption. 

 

Selected Works:

Gray, A., & Hinch, R. (Eds.). (2018). A handbook of food crime: Immoral and illegal practices in the food industry and what to do about them. Great Britain: Policy Press. 

Gray, A. (2018).  A food crime perspective. In A. Gray and R. Hinch’s  (Eds.) The handbook of food crime: Immoral and illegal practices in the food industry and what to do about them (pp. 11-26). Great Britain: Policy Press.

Gray, A. (2018).  Resistance to food crimes and the problem of the food police. In A. Gray and R. Hinch’s (Eds.) The handbook of food crime: Immoral and illegal practices in the food industry and what to do about them (pp. 403-419). Great Britain: Policy Press.

Ammar, N. H., & Gray, A. (2016) Islam and ecofeminism. In John Hart (Ed.) The companion to religion and ecology (pp. 301-314). West Sussex, U.K: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Gray, A., & Hinch, R. (2015). Agribusiness, government and food crime: A critical perspective. In R. Sollund (Ed.) Green harms and crimes (pp. 97-116). Basington: MacMillan.

Gray, A., Barrett, B., Fitzgerald, A., & Peirone, A. (2018). Fleeing with Fido: An analysis of what Canadian domestic violence shelters are communicating via their websites about leaving an abusive relationship when pets are involved. Journal of Family Violence.

Gray, A. (2018). Dueling the consumer-activist dualism: The consumption experiences of modern Food activists. Future of Food Journal, 5(3), p. 35-45.

Gray, A. (2016). Udder justice: The dairy cow’s experience of milk production regulations in Canada. Contemporary Justice Review, Special Issue: Animals, Justice & the Law, 19(2), p. 221-229.