On April 1st, Prof. Cornelia Reiher will talk about “Production, Trade and Consumption of Food in Global Contexts” at the Spring Campus Conference’s Welcome Day.
News from Mar 06, 2019
We are very happy to announce Prof. Dr. Cornelia Reiher as another keynote speaker at our conference. Cornelia Reiher is a junior professor and lecturer at the Institute of Japanese Studies and at the Graduate School of East Asian Studies at Freie Universität Berlin. She works in the Division of East Asia and the Middle East with a focus on identy politics, rural studies of Japan, agriculture, food safety and culinary globalization.
Cornelia Reiher received her doctorate on identity discourses in rural Japan at Martin-Luther University Halle- Wittenberg in 2014 and has conducted many long-term researches in Japan since then. Furthermore, she has published and co-published many interesting journal articles, book chapters and conference paper and a blog.
With her expertise in global food politics and agriculture, her talk promises to give fulfilling insights on the current discourse about Production, Trade and Consumption of Food in Global Contexts.
Read more about her here.