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Feuer Hart Nadav

フォイヤー ハート ナダヴ | Feuer Hart Nadav
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Junior Associate Professor
Other affiliations (1):
  • Center for Khmer Studies  Senior Fellow
Homepage URL  (1): https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Hart_Feuer
Research field  (1): Agricultural sociology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (5):
  • 2021 - 2025 Evaluating the impact of Geographical Indication policies on small, traditional agri-food producers in Japan and Cambodia
  • 2018 - 2020 The ‘Ulam School’: A Food Education Transborders’ Network to Foster Solidarity and Edible Flora Preservation for Sustainable and Healthy Lifestyle among Neighboring Countries
  • 2017 - 2020 Informal Food Learning Environments for Improving Youth Dietary Skills
  • 2017 - 2019 The Potential of Geographical Indications as an Instrument for Regional Agricultural Development in Asia: A Comparison between Japan and Cambodia
  • 2016 - 2017 Recognizing and promoting the value of former generations' domestic and community contribution to nutrition, health and family balance in disadvantaged urban areas
Papers (23):
  • Hart Nadav Feuer, Kristof Van Assche, Józef Hernik, Barbara Czesak, Renata Różycka-Czas. Evolution of place-based governance in the management of development dilemmas: long-term learning from Małopolska, Poland. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 2020. 64. 8. 1312-1330
  • Junichi Ito, Hart Nadav Feuer, Shinichi Kitano, Haruka Asahi. Assessing the effectiveness of Japan's community-based direct payment scheme for hilly and mountainous areas. Ecological Economics. 2019. 160. 62-75
  • Hart Nadav Feuer, Ayaka Nomura. Assessing the Sustainability of Community-led Responses to Japan Food Poverty Crisis. Food and Society in Asia Pacific: Taste, Culture, Education. 2019. 373-385
  • Anastasiya Shtaltovna, Hart Nadav Feuer. Modern resilience of Georgian wine: geographical indications and international exposure. Geographical Indication and Global Agri-Food: Development and Democratization. 2019. 134-154
  • Hart Nadav Feuer, Sary Seng. Putting Cookings Skills to the test: Dietary Lifestyles in Cambodia's Industrial Slums. Food and Society in Asia Pacific: Taste, Culture, Education. 2019. 124-138
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Books (3):
  • ULAM: Regenerative Edible Flora from Southeast Asia
    Institute of Ethnic Studies, National University of Malaysia 2020
  • Geographical Indication and Global Agri-Food: Development and Democratization
    Routledge 2019 ISBN:9781138600478
  • Southeast Asia and the Civil Society Gaze: Scoping a contested concept in Cambodia and Vietnam
    Routledge 2014 ISBN:9780415709668
Lectures and oral presentations  (37):
  • Diverging Public Roles in Conflict Resolution of Agri-Food Patrimony: Comparing the Implementation of Geographical Indication in Japan and Cambodia
    (From local to global: The challenge of Geographical Indications: International and Japanese perspectives 2020)
  • Indoor and Outdoor Foodscape Learning Encounters under Pandemic Conditions in
    (Just Food: Joint Annual Conference of Food Studies Associations (ASFS, AFHVS, CAFS, SAFN))
  • When herbs become vegetables: The Southeast Asian art of aromatic cookery
    (Just Food: Joint Annual Conference of Food Studies Associations (ASFS, AFHVS, CAFS, SAFN))
  • Crowding out Local Initiative in the Protection of Regional Agri-Food Specialties: The Growing Hegemony of Sui Generis Geographical Indication in East Asia, Panel Presentation
    (IV International Sociological Association (ISA) Forum of Sociology)
  • Educating to Navigate Food Futures: Food Literacy and the Role of Personal Agency in Agri-Food Systems
    (IV International Sociological Association (ISA) Forum of Sociology)
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Professional career (3):
  • PhD (University of Bonn, Germany)
  • MPhil (University of Oxford, UK)
  • B.A. (Lafayette College, USA)
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