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Cornelia Reiher is an assistant professor for Japanese Society at Freie Universitaet Berlin. Her current research focuses on globalization, rural Japan, food safety and food policies in Japan and the global agro-food system. Her recent publications include Umkampftes Essen - Produktion, Handel und Konsum von Lebensmitteln in globalen Kontexten [Contested Food: Production, Trade and Consumption of Food in Global Contexts]. Website: www.geas.fu-berlin.de/people/faculty/reiher.html

 
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