Lecture | Research Seminar
The ‘Food Citizens?’ ERC team on ‘collective food procurement in European cities’
- Monday 10 January 2022
- Pieter de la Court
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We will present selected aspects of our research, focusing on food markets as case studies in the cities of Gdańsk, Rotterdam, and Turin, within the framework of the ‘Food Citizens?’ project. We will specifically discuss different meanings behind concepts such as solidarity and diversity through a comparative lens. As we have been working closely as a team throughout the four years of this project, we will also share our experiences and reflections on collaboration and its influence on our methodology.
About Cristina Grasseni
Cristina Grasseni specialises in economic, political and visual anthropology. She received her Bachelor degree in Philosophy, M.Phil. in History and Philosophy of Science, and Ph.D. in Social Anthropology with Visual Media from the universities of Pavia, Cambridge and Manchester respectively.