Nora Katharina Faltmann

Nora Katharina Faltmann
University of Innsbruck | UIBK · School of Political Science and Sociology

PhD

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Additional affiliations
September 2019 - June 2020
SOAS, University of London
Position
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant
January 2015 - May 2018
University of Vienna
Position
  • scientific project staff
Description
  • Project staff for "A Body-Political Approach to the Study of Food – Vietnam and the global transformations"

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Publications (6)
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In recent years, the southern Vietnamese metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City has seen a proliferation of urban gardening, ranging from the minute home-growing of herbs and vegetables to commercial urban gardens. In this article, I argue that what underlies these phenomena is urbanites' striving to control the food they consume in light of prevalent food...
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This introductory chapter to the edited volume Food Anxiety in Globalising Vietnam puts food in Vietnam in global perspective in terms of agricultural development, food system modernisation, and socio-cultural relations, and conceptually outlines food anxiety as the book’s common lens. This lens proves central for understanding the ‘dangerous’ side...
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This chapter analyses the motives behind emerging organic food consumption in urban Vietnam. By outlining the influences on Vietnam’s organic sector through corporate and foreign aid actors and a governmental emphasis on productivity-oriented agriculture and overall food security, it provides a wider frame to understand the space in which consumers...

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