McGreevy, Steven R. and Motoki Akitsu, 2016, "Steering Sustainable
Food Consumption in Japan: Trust, Relationships, and the Ties that
Bind." In Genus, Audley (ed.) Sustainable Consumption: Design,
Innovation and Practice. Springer, pp.101-117
Imaizumi, A. and M. Akitsu, 2015. "What Are the Moral Codes for
Seed-Saving?: From the Interviews with the Practitioners in Japan."
In Hongladarom, Soraj (ed.) Food Security and Food Safety for the
Twenty-first Century: Proceedings of APSAFE2013. Springer,
Shuji Hisano, Motoki Akitsu, Mteven R. McGreevy, online 21
February 2018, Revitalising rurality under the neoliberal
transformation of agriculture: Experiences of re-agrarianisation in
Japan. Journal of Rural Studies,
"Comparative Study on Farmer-Consumer's Relationship: For Linking
Theoretical Approach with Empirical Study", What Kinds of Ethics
Support Food Communities?: Intimate and Public Relation ships
between Farmers and Consumers, edited by Motoki Akitsu, Kyoto
University Global COE Program for Reconstruction of the Intimeate
and Public Spheres in 21st Century Asia, 2011, Kyoto, Japan, pp.1-14
"The NGO Activities from the Bottom: Focusing on a local NGO's
programs for conserving local cultures and resources in Northern
Thailand", Cultural Diversity of the Mekong River: Sharing
Experiences from Japan and the Mekong Countries, Mekong Sub-region
Social Research Center [MSSRC], 2010, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand,
"A Japanese tradition of study on agricultural ethics: a critical
review of the academic history of 'Philosophy of Agricultural
秋津元輝「전후 일본농업의 변화와 농촌여성의 형태（戦後日本農業の変化と農村女性の形態）」『일본 여성농업인의 현황과
Akitsu, Motoki, 'Food Security Based on Personal Relationships:
the Features of Japanese Food Security and Reactions to Radioactive
Contamination Caused by the Events at Fukushima.' Conference
Proceedings of Japan-Canada Food Systems Resilience Symposium. Akiko
Inui and Catherine L. Mah (eds.), Food Research Initiative,
University of Toronto, 2013, pp.80-81
Motoki Akitsu, "Grappling at Food Policy in Kyoto: Experiences and
Future Prospects". RIHN 15th International Symposium on
"Transitioning Cultures of Everyday Food Consumption and Production:
Stories from a Post-growth Future", January 14, 2021, Lecture Hall,
RIHN, Japan and Online.
Akitsu, Motoki, Rio Iwahashi and Mari Nakamura, "Building Organic
Town as an Activity of Local Food Policy: Case Study in Kameoka,
Kyoto, 1". International Seminar on Rural Sociology and Community
Development Lombok, Indonesia, Nov. 22nd, 2019（招待講演）
Motoki Akitsu, "Embedding Food Policy in the local context:
ongoing action research in Kyoto". Kasetsart University? Kyoto
University Senior and Student Workshop on "Emerging Linkages in
Rural ? Urban Food Networks: Comparative Studies between Thailand
and Japan", March 4, 2019, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand
Motoki Akitsu, Hiraku Kumagai and Mari Nakamura “You are what you
hope to eat: tailoring backcasting workshops for imagining the local
‘ideal meal’ of the future.” Sixth International Conference of the
Asian Rural Sociology Association, Makassar, Indonesia, August 28,
Motoki Akitsu, "What is Food Policy?: Restructuring the policy
scheme of food and agriculture". Kyoto University International
Symposium on 'Food & Sustainability', October 29, 2018, at Kyoto
Motoki Akitsu, "How does Japanese Agriculture survive?: harsh
condition and policy change". The 4th KU-KUGSA Bilateral Symposium
on "Food, Environment and Life for the Next Generation: Achieving
the Sustainable Development Goals", December 5, 2018, Kyoto
University, Kyoto, Japan
Motoi Akitsu, "Facing a Turning Point in the Future of Japanese
Agriculture: Deterioration and Emerging Promise". Korean Rural
Sociological Society International Symposium "Rediscovering the
Rural - Happy Life and Sustainable Society", December 7, 2018,
Global Conference Hall, Korea University Centennial Memorial Samsung
Hall, Seoul, Korea
Motoki Akitsu and Kei Otuki, "The Precarious Balance between Old
Residents and New Settlers in Japan's Rural Community: Inclusion or
Novel Development?." Rural Japan Revisited: Autonomy and Heteronomy
in the Peripheries, VSJF (Vereinigung fur Sozialwissenschaftliche
Japanforschung) Annual Conference 2017, in University of Vienna,
Austria, Nov 2, 2017
Motoki Akitsu, "Food as a focal point for restructuring
agricultural science and policy," plenary lecture, GSA, Kyoto
University & Zhejiang University Joint Symposium, Nov. 27, 2017,
in Kyoto University Workshop on "Sustainable International
Motoki Akitsu, "Two stories for understanding rural changes in
Japan: Generation approaches to depopulated areas and women's
entrepreneur movement", 2017 University of Gottingen-Kyoto
University Workshop, University of Gottingen, Germany, Dec. 7, 2017.
Motoki Akitsu, "You are what you hope to eat: tailoring
backcasting workshops for imagining the local 'ideal meal' of the
future", "Living Food: Heritage, Health, Environment, and the Lived
Dimensions of Food & Foodways", Ecole des Hautes Etudes en
Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris, France, February 24th, 2018
Akitsu, Motoki and Mai Kanzaki, "What is 'local' in processed
seafood?: Raw fish material, tastes and women’s empowerment in
coastal Japan." IRSA Congress 2016, Ryerson University, Toronto,
Canada, Aug 12, 2016
Akitsu, Motoki, "Thinking public in food choice: new initiatives
for sustainable food production and consumption." Political Ecology
of Sustainable Food Consumption and Production: Emerging
Perspectives in Asian Countries, International Seminar in Makassar
University, Indonesia, September 19, 2016
Akitsu, Motoki, "Purchasing the future food production: The
project of building new directions for sustainable food
consumption", Kyoto University? Chiang Mai University Research
Exchange Workshop, Chiang-Mai University, Thailand, February 20,
Motoki Akitsu and Masako Ichinomiya, "Social Construction of the
Rural in Contemporary Japan and Korea." The Future of Rural
Societies and Landscapes in East Asia: Exploratory Workshop,
RIHN-Initiative for Chinese Environmental Issues, Research Institute
for Humanity and Nature, 2Kyoto, July 25, 2014
Yusuke Ashida and Motoki Akitsu, "Factors of Promoting Farm
Mechanization in Postwar Japan: Rivalry among Farmers and Roles of
Salesmen." Fifth International Conference of the Asian Rural
Sociology Association 'From Challenges to a Prosperous Future in
Rural Asia' National University of Laos, Vientiane, Laos, September
Akitsu, Motoki, "Food Security Based on Personal Relationships:
the Features of Japanese Food Security and Reactions to Radioactive
Contamination Caused by the Events at Fukushima. "Japan-Canada Food
Systems Resilience Symposium, University of Toronto, May 17, 2012.
Akitsu, Motoki, "Food security based on personal relationships:
two systems in Japan." Special Lecture at Chulalongkorn University,
Thailand, July 6, 2012.
Akitsu, Motoki, "Resentment and Emancipation: Rural Gender History
in Postwar Japan", XIII World Congress of Rural Sociology in Lisbon,
July 31, 2012
Akitsu, Motoki, "Food Prosumer Movements: The Idea of Mutual
Commitment in Japanese Culture and Society." Keynote Speech at Panel
Discussion: Direct Producer-Consumer Relationship in Japanese Food.
On January 16, 2013, at Japan Foundation Toronto in Toronto, and
January 17, 2013, at Concordia University in Montreal.
Akitsu,Motoki and Namie Aminaka, "The Development of
Farmer-Consumer Direct Relationships in Japan: Focusing on the
Organic Produce", 4th International Conference of Asian Rural
sociology Association Ato
Sakanashi, K., T. Tsuruta and K. Sugimura “Shifting cultivators as
generalist managers: the threat of “saving the rain forest”,” In
Hyden, G., K. Sugimura and T. Tsuruta (eds.) Rethinking African
Agriculture: How Non-Agrarian Factors Shape Peasant, Routlege,
Asami, Y., M. Zenno, K. Mikami, H. Osuga, R. Setoyama, K.
Sakanashi, T. Tamai, T. Furumoto and K. Ikeda “Mechanical
characteristics of buckwheat noodles made with blue-green alga,
ishi-kurage,” Fagopyrum 37 (2), pp.29-36, 2020
Asami, Y., S. Ooto, M. Kitamura, K. Sakanashi, T. Tamai, T.
Furumoto, S. Ikeda and K. Ikeda “Mechanical characterization of
buckwheat noodles mixed with seaweed (fu-nori),” Fagopyrum 36 (1),
Sakanashi, K. “Moral economy and cacao agroforestry: A case study
of southern Cameroon”
International workshop, “The moral dimensions of economic life in
Africa”, Uppsala, Sweden
Sakanashi, K. “Role of food for cacao agroforestry: A case study
of Southern Cameroon”
International workshop,“Living Food: Foodway, Heritage, Health and
the Environment”, Paris, France
Sakanashi, K. “Green Revolution in African Cacao Production”
14th World Congress of Rural Sociology, Toronto, Canada
Sakanashi, K. “Influence of transportation network in cacao
production area of southern Cameroon”
45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research,
Portland, Oregon, USA
Sakanashi, K. “Forest Conservation and Local Livelihoods in
13th World Congress of Rural Sociology, Lisbon, Portugal
Sakanashi, K. “The Role of Oil Palm in Tropical Africa−A Case
Study of the Usage of Palm Wine in Southern Cameroon”
13th Congress of the International Society of Ethnobiology,
Sakanashi, K. “Cacao Production and the Use of Forest Resources in
International Workshop Biological Conservation and Local Community's
Needs-Lesson from Field Studies on Nature-Dependent Societies,
講師 Feuer, Hart Nadav
2019 'Assessing the effectiveness of Japan's community-based
direct payment scheme for hilly and mountainous areas', Ito, J.,
Feuer. H.N., Kitano, S., Asahi, H., Ecological Economics 160: 62-75.
2019 'Geographical Indication and Global Agri-Food: Development
and Democratization', Bonanno, A., Sekine, K., Feuer, H.N. (eds).
2019 'Geographical indications out of context and in vogue: the
awkward embrace of European heritage agricultural protections in
Asia', pp. 39-53.
2019 'Introduction' Bonanno, A., Sekine, K., Feuer, H.N., pp.1-20.
2019 'Conclusions: comprehensive change and the limits and power
of sectorial measures' Bonanno, A., Sekine, K., Feuer, H.N., pp.
2018 '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 'A Policy Evaluation of the Direct Payment Scheme for
Collective Stewardship of Common Property Resources in Japan', Ito,
J., Feuer. H.N., Kitano, S., Komiyama, M. Ecological Economics 152:
2019 '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.
2019 '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
2018 'Appropriating Nutritional Science to Valorize Traditional
Cuisine in Cambodia’, in Olmedo, E., Giok Hun, P., Kay, Rachel C.S.
(Eds.), Food and Society in Asia Pacific: Consuming, Eating,
Well-Being, pp. 110-115. Kuala Lumpur: KITA-UKM Press.
2016 'Recovering from Runaway Privatization in Cambodian Higher
Education: The Regulatory Pressure of ASEAN Integration', SOJOURN
Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 31(2): 648-683.
2016 'Our Land of Milk and Honey: Spirituality in the
Transformation of Ecological and Heritage Production', in Antony, S.
and Schmidt E.M. (Eds.) Beyond the Superficial: Making Sense Food in
a Globalized World, pp. 97-110. Leiden: Brill. 9781848884304
2016 'The contribution of land exchange institutions and markets
in countering farmland abandonment in Japan', Ito, J., Nishikori,
M., Toyoshi, M., Feuer. H.N., Land Use Policy 57: 582-593.
2015 'Urban Brokers of Rural Cuisine: Assembling National Cuisine
at Cambodian Soup-Pot Restaurants', Austrian Journal of South-East
Asia Studies, Special Issue: The Sovereignty of Food and Health,
2015 'Higher Education Cooperation in ASEAN: Building Towards
Integration or Manufacturing Consent?' Feuer, H.N., Hornidge, A.-K.,
Comparative Education 51(3): 327-352.
2014 'Civil Society Gaze: Scoping a contested concept in Cambodia
and Vietnam', Waibel, G., Ehlert, J., Feuer, H.N. (eds). London:
2014 'Competitive discourses in civil society: Pluralism in
Cambodia's agricultural development platform', pp. 237-252.
2013 'Conclusion: The Civil Society Gaze', Feuer, H.N., Le Trong,
P., Ehlert J., pp. 253-264.
2013 'Rebuilding Knowledge: Opportunities and Risks for Higher
Education in Post-Conflict Regions', Feuer, H.N., Hornidge, A.-K.,
Schetter, C. ZEF Working Paper Series 121, Bonn: Germany.
2012 'Negotiating Technical and Ideological Standards for
Agroecological Rice Production in Emerging Markets: The Case of
Cambodia', East Asian Science, Technology and Society 5(4):441-459.
Conference Presentations and Organizing
2020 Diverging Public Roles in Conflict Resolution of Agri-Food
Patrimony: Comparing the Implementation of Geographical Indication
in Japan and Cambodia, Invited Lecture, 'From local to global: The
challenge of Geographical Indications: International and Japanese
perspectives', Nagoya University, Nagoya, 21-22 February.
2019 Child food literacy benchmarking: More precise insight into
early skill precursors and intervention pathways, Panel
Presentation, European Association for Southeast Asian Studies
Conference (EuroSEAS), Humboldt University of Berlin, 10-13
2019 Beyond the global superfood: Localizing the campaign for
nutrient-dense vegetables in Asian cuisine, with Pek, S., Panel
Presentation, Food and Society International Conference, University
of Sorbonne, Paris, 28-30 March.
2018 Discussant. An International Symposium on Agri-environmental
Polices: Combining Theory with Practice, at the 68th Annual Meeting
of the Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics
(ARFE), Tokyo University of Agriculture, 14 October.
2018 Differentiating the layers of agri-food locality: The
politics of Geographical Indications in
Japanese high-grade beef, with Sekine, K., Paper Presentation,
What is the Local? International Symposium, German Institute for
Japan Studies (DIJ), Tokyo, 18-20 October.
2018 Challenges of Geographical Indications for Sustainable Food
Systems: Lessons from Cambodia, Panel Presentation, FAO Nutrition
and Food System Division Seminar on Geographical Indications in the
Era of Diet Transformation, Rome, 25 September.
2018 Turning the Humble into the Grandiose: The
"Discovery" of Cambodia’s Mekong Island Pomelo Geographical
Indication, Panel Presentation, Forum Origin, Diversity and
Territories, Turin, 19-21 September.
2018 Keeping Cuisine at the Forefront of the Rural-Urban Dietary
Transition: Food Culture Among Cambodian Factory Workers, with Seng.
S., Paper Presentation, Asian Rural Sociology Association (ARSA)
International Conference, Makassar City, 27-30 August.
2018 Geographical Indications out of context and in vogue: The
awkward embrace of European heritage agricultural protections in
Asia, Paper Presentation, XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology,
Panel: The Role and Significance of Geographical Indication as a
Tool for the Development and Democratization of Agri-Food, Toronto,
2017 Food and Society International Conference, Kuala Lumpur,
Keynote: 'Taste and Comfort Food: the Art of Cooking in Children's
Cafeteria in Japan with Nomura, A. and Katano, N.
Panel 1: 'Assessing the sustainability of community-led responses
to Japan's food poverty crisis' with Nomura, A.
Panel 2: 'Putting cooking skills to the test: Dietary lifestyles
in Cambodia's industrial slums' with Seng, S.
2016 Appropriating nutrition science to valorize traditional
cuisine in Cambodia, Paper Presentation, Food & Society
International Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 18-19 November.
2016 Appropriating nutrition science to valorize traditional
cuisine: Is there inherent wisdom in Cambodian customary eating
patterns?, Paper Presentation, Annual Meeting of the Japan
Association for Cambodian Studies, Center for Southeast Asian
Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University, 11-12 June.
2016 Discussant. 'Agroecology and Peasant Agriculture as a Promise
for the Future', Special Lecture by Jan Douwe van der Ploeg, Miguel
Altieri and Steven McGreevy, Asian Platform for Global
Sustainability & Transcultural Studies (AGST), Kyoto University,
2016 Moderator. 'The 2nd Kyoto-Wageningen University International
Graduate Workshop on Food, Farm and Rural Development', Kyoto
University, 24-25 May.
2015 Using Sustainable Development Goal data to increase
resolution on marine zones, Invited Lecture, Leibniz Centre for
Tropical Marine Research (ZMT), University of Bremen, Bremen,
Germany, 4 December.
2015 The new geographical precision of the SDGs: How civil society
and coastal areas come into focus, Presenter, Herrenhausen Symposium
by the Volkswagen Foundation, "Sustainable Development Goals and the
Role of Research - A Focus on Coastal Regons", Hanover, Germany, 8-9
2015 Our Land of Milk and Honey: Spirituality in the
Transformation of Ecological and Heritage Production, Proceedings
of: 'Constructing and Defining Food Practices: Food Project's 4th
Global Meeting', Oxford, England, 15-17 September.
2015 Understanding the Diversity of Local Food: How National
Cuisine Evolves in Everyday Cambodian Restaurants
（街かどの多様な食に隠された意味：カンボジアにおける大衆食堂と国民食の関係）, Special Seminar, Graduate
School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, 28 May 2015.
2015 Urban Brokers of Rural Cuisine: Food Literacy at Cambodian
Soup-Pot Restaurants, Center for Khmer Studies, Phnom Penh,
Cambodia, 20 February.
2014 Preserving Rural Food Tradition in Urban Areas: Food Literacy
in Cambodia's Capital City, special lecture, Sichuan Agricultural
University, Chengdu, China, 15 December.
2014 Traditional and Heritage Food of Cambodia: A Lunchtime
Workshop and Rice Tasting, Center for Khmer Studies, Siem Reap,
Cambodia, 28 May.
2014 ASEAN Integration and Runaway Privatization in Cambodian
Higher Education: Can Private Universities Train Students and Spur
Social Growth? Panel Presentation in 'The Neoliberalism Dilemma in
Cambodia: Who Holds the Keys for the Future? Cases Studies Related
to Health and Education Interventions', Asian-Pacific Sociological
Association Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 15 February.
2013 Discussant, Workshop on 'Foreign Cultural and Educational
Policy in Transition Countries using the Example of Myanmar', Bonn
Int'l Center for Conversion, Germany, 11 November.
2013 Civil Society Expressions of Patriotism and Progressivism:
Heritage Products in Cambodia, European Association for Southeast
Asian Studies (EuroSEAS) 7th Annual Conference, Lisbon, Portugal,
2013 Panel host, Civil Society in Mainland Southeast Asia,
Southeast Asia Studies Symposium 2nd Annual Conference, University
of Oxford, England, 9-10 March.
JSPS Post-Doctoral Fellow SCHRAGER, Benjamin
Schrager, Benjamin. 2020. "The Geography of the US’s Mishandling
of COVID-19: A Commentary on the Politics of Science in
Democracies." The Geographical Journal, October, 1-6.
Schrager, Benjamin. 2021. "Local Food beyond Fixed Scales and
Values: The Scalar Politics of Japan's Jidori Chicken Mosaics."
Journal of Rural Studies 81 (January): 116-26.
IIDA, Yuya 2016 "Selling the bodyweight: the brokerage system of
Filipino migrant farm workers in Japanese Agriculture." IRSA
Congress 2016, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, Aug 11.
IIDA Yuya, 2016 "Dispatched Family labour: the actual condition of
migrant farm workers as Trainee in Japan." 2nd KU-WUR International
Graduate Workshop, Kyoto University, Japan, May 24.
Hisano Shuji, IIDA Yuya, Kobayashi Mai, Iwashima Fumi 2016
"Defining Satuyami agriculture in Japan". A public meeting organized
by Boerengroep, RSO and KU in Wageningen University, March 25.
IIDA, Yuya, 2015 "Actual Labor Conditions of Migrant Farm Workers
on Lettuce Fields in a Multinational Village", Special Forum On
Multiculturalism In Japan, Asian Cultural Center, University of the
Philippines Diliman, Quezon City, The Philippines. February 24.
IIDA, Yuya, 2015 "Cultivation of Napa Cabbages and Lettuces in
Central Highland in Japan", Lecture on the Japanese Agriculture,
Center for Applied Practical Skills, Nueva Ecija, The Philippines.
IIDA, Yuya, 2014 "Rural to Rural Migration: The Migratory Process
of Filipino Workers for Seasonal Labor in the Japanese Agricultural
Sector", The 5th International Conference of the Asian Rural
Sociology Association, National University of Laos, Vientiane, the
Lao PDR. September 4th.
Iwahashi, R. "Farmers' transition toward 'split production' of
organic farming: A case of an alternative agricultural cooperative
in Wakayama prefecture", Kyoto University International Symposium on
"Food ＆ Sustainability" , October 29, 2018, Kyoto University
Iwahashi, R. "Consumer understandings of food information in food
choice: Reconnecting production and consumption." 2nd Kyoto
University - Wageningen University International Graduate Workshop,
Kyoto University, Japan, May 24, 2016
Iwahashi, R. "Leveraging food knowledge to reconnect production
and consumption: The case of food products provided by a consumer
co-op in Japan." IRSA Congress 2016, Ryerson University, Canada,
August 13, 2016
Iwahashi, R. "Consumer food knowledge in making food choice: The
case of agricultural products in Japan." Kyoto University - Chiang
Mai University Research Exchange Workshop, Thailand, February 20,
Iwahashi, Ryo, "Alternative model of achieving organic and reduced
pesticide agricultural production: a case of the Kinokawa
Agricultural Co-op in Japan." International Graduate Workshop on
Food, Farm and Rural Development, Wageningen University,
Netherlands, March 2015.
Iwahashi, Ryo, "Production and Distribution of Organic and
Low-Input Agricultural Products: the Case of a Japanese Agricultural
Cooperative". International Geographical Union(IGU) Kyoto Regional
Conference. Kyoto International Center, Kyoto. August 2013.
Yamamoto, Nami, "De-customised vegetable basket as an alternative
food practice- Teikei movement revisited", 2020 Kyoto University
& University of Gottingen Joint Graduate Workshop, 'Towards a
Sustainable Future of Food, Agriculture and Rural Society', Kyoto
University, 27 February 2020
Yamamoto, Nami, "Seasonal vegetable basket as an alternative food
practice- Teikei movement revisited", Kyoto International Workshop
'Consumption and Sustainability ? Past, Present and Future ?', Kyoto
University, 21 February 2020
Yamamoto, Nami, "Getting your hands and feet dirty -- Initiatives
to connect rural growers and urban eaters", International Symposium
on 'Ecology Civilization Publicity & Education and Rural
Vitalization', hosted by the people's Government of Jiangning
district of Nanjing and Center for Environmental Education and
Communications of Ecology and Environment of Jiangsu Province,
Nanjin, 29 August, 2019
Yamamoto, Nami, "Japan's Teikei Now - Challenges and Opportunities
of a Teikei Group in Kyoto after 40-year-history", 4th KU-WU
international Graduate Workshop on Food, Farm and Rural Development,
Kyoto University, 8 May, 2018
Yamamoto, Nami, "Healthy, Joyful and Sustainable Eating for social
causes - Vegetable box as an alternative food practice, food web
weaving initiatives from Teikei to Alternative Yaoya", Kyoto
University International Symposium on "Food & Sustainability",
Kyoto University, 29 October 2018
Yamamoto, Nami, "Peasantry as a Path Towards Alternative Futures
-Vision and Challenges from Kyoto, Japan-", in the Workshop "Japan
in the Global Food System", ICAS Colloquium "The Future of Food and
Challenges for Agriculture in the 21st Century", Basque Country,
Yamamoto, Nami, "Cultivating the Paddy to Cultivate the Future
-Joy and Challenges of a Small Scale Farmer in Rural Japan",
Diversified Faming Systems Series, University of California Berkeley
and Berkeley Food Institute, March 5th, 2018
Kondo, Chika and Suzuki, Atsushi (2021): Are Farmers an Endangered
Species?: New and Beginning Farmers Forging New Communities of
Support between Rural and Urban Consumers. The University of
Auckland. Conference contribution.
Kondo, Chika and Lichten, Jack (2020). “ Resilient Japanese Local
Food Systems Thrive during COVID-19: Ten Groups, Ten Outcomes
(十人十色)”. The Asia-Pacific Journal Japan Focus.
Kondo, Chika and Spielgelberg, Max (2020). “Mapping Complexity
behind Minnanoshoku (Everyday Food): Uncovering Japan’s informal,
wild, alternative and local food practices within urban/rural
foodscapes”. Conference Paper, Asia Pacific Society for Agricultural
and Food Ethics (APSAFE).
Kondo, Chika. “Are Farmers an Endangered Species?: New and
Beginning Farmers Forging New Communities of Support between Rural
and Urban Consumers” Conference Presentation, 4th Association of
Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) Sustainable Cities and Landscapes
Virtual PhD Symposium. December 2020.
Kondo, Chika and Lichten, Jack. “ Resilient Japanese Local Food
Systems Thrive during COVID-19: Ten Groups, Ten Outcomes (十人十色)”.
Special Lecture Series: Vulnerable Populations in Japan under
COVID-19. Sophia University Institute of Comparative Culture. 25