‘Institutional food literacy in Japan's Children's Canteens: Leveraging food system skills to reduce food waste and food insecurity via new food distribution network’, Nomura, A., Feuer, H.N., The International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food (IJSAF),27(2): 55-71. https://doi.org/10.48416/ijsaf.v27i2.441
‘Conventionalization of informal, community-led responses to Japan’s food poverty crisis’, Feuer, H.N., Nomura, A., in McGreevy, S. et al. (Eds.) Food baskets for post-growth Japan: revaluing informal and wild food practices as provisioning systems, Canberra: Australian National University Press (In Contract).
‘Putting Cooking Skills to the Test: Dietary Lifestyles in Cambodia's Industrial Slums’, Feuer, H.N., Seng, S., in Olmedo, E., Kay, Rachel C.S. (Eds.), Food and Society in Asia Pacific: Taste, Culture, Education, pp. 124-138. Kuala Lumpur: KITA-UKM Press.
‘Assessing the Sustainability of Community-led Responses to Japan’s Food Poverty Crisis’, Feuer, H.N., Nomura, A., in Olmedo, E., Kay, Rachel C.S. (Eds.), Food and Society in Asia Pacific: Taste, Culture, Education, pp. 373-385. Kuala Lumpur: KITA-UKM Press.
‘A SKAD ethnography of educational knowledge discourses’, Hornidge, A.-K., Feuer, H.N., in Keller, R., Hornidge, A.-K., Schünemann, W. (Eds.), The Sociology of Knowledge Approach to Discourse, pp. 149-165. London: Routledge.
2018 – 2020
Food Literacy Benchmarks in 10 primary and secondary schools. In cooperation with the Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport; and Kyoto City Board of Education (Japan). Principle Implementers: Hart N. Feuer, Chandavy Say, Sary Seng, Ayaka Nomura.
Photo Exhibition ‘Generations of Food Research in Cambodia, Malaysia and Japan’. Photos by Ayaka Nomura, Anisha Chai, Kean Buan Tan, Hart Nadav Feuer, and Naoko Katano. (Design by Christoph Budde)
Brochure ‘Generations of Food Knowledge: Fitting together food skills and lifestyle for young people in transition’. Text by Hart Nadav Feuer. Photos by Ayaka Nomura, Hart Nadav Feuer, Rachel Tharmabalan, Anisha Chai, Kean Buan Tan. (Design by Christoph Budde)
Instrumentalizing Indigenous Food Systems in Southeast Asia: Cultural Projects and the Nation-State’s Strategic Positioning of Local Foodways, Feuer, Hart N. with Olmedo, Eric P. Conference Paper — European Association for Southeast Asian Studies Conference (EuroSEAS).
30 June 2022. https://euroseas2022.org/panels/encounters-with-southeast-asian-agri-food-heritage-at-home-and-abroad
‘Evolution of place-based governance in the management of development dilemmas: long-term learning from Małopolska, Poland’, Feuer, H.N., Van Assche, K., Czesak, B., Różycka-Czas, R., Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 64(8): 1312-1330. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2020.1820314
‘Geographical indications out of context and in vogue: the awkward embrace of European heritage agricultural protections in Asia’, Feuer, H.N., pp. 39-53.
‘Modern resilience of Georgian wine: Geographical indications and international exposure’, Shtaltovna, A., Feuer, H.N., pp. 134-153
‘Introduction’ Bonanno, A., Sekine, K., Feuer, H.N., pp.1-20.
‘Conclusions: comprehensive change and the limits and power of sectorial measures’ Bonanno, A., Sekine, K., Feuer, H.N., pp. 216-232.
‘Appropriating Nutritional Science to Valorize Traditional Cuisine in Cambodia’, Feuer, H. N., in Olmedo, E., Giok Hun, P., Kay, Rachel C.S. (Eds.), Food and Society in Asia Pacific, pp. 110-115. Kuala Lumpur: KITA-UKM Press.
‘Our Land of Milk and Honey: Spirituality in the Transformation of Ecological and Heritage Production’, Feuer, H. N., in Antony, S. and Schmidt E.M. (Eds.) Beyond the Superficial: Making Sense Food in a Globalized World, pp. 97-110. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. https://doi.org/10.1163/9781848884304_010
2019 – present
Establishment of the Ulam School, a learning and exchange platform for encouraging integration of wild and indigenous plants into modern cuisines in Asia. http://ulamschool.com
Olmedo, E., (Ed.) Ulam: Regenerative Edible Flora from Southeast Asia, Kuala Lumpur: KITA-UKM Press.
Malaysia, Tharmabalan, R.T., Tan, K.B., Neo, D.H.J., pp. 17-50
Cambodia, Feuer. H.N., Seng, S., Say, C., Pek, S., pp. 51-73.
Vietnam, Ngoc Hun, H., Thong Nhan, T., Nguyen, N.H., Le Thanh Thien, T., Quoc Hong Thi, L. pp. 75-105
Lotte Foundation Scholars Final Event Poster (in Japanese): The Potential of Geographical Indications as an Instrument for Regional Agricultural Development in Asia: A Comparison between Japan and Cambodia. Preparer: Hart N. Feuer
Division of Natural Resource Economics,
Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, © Hart N. Feuer
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