Invitation to learn about Fast Food in Ghana’s Restaurants (November 20th at 11:00)

On Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 11:00 am in the Aula (General Foulkesweg 1a, Wageningen), Rose Omari will defend her PhD thesis titled: Fast Food in Ghana’s Restaurants: Prevalence, Characteristics, and Relevance, an interdisciplinary perspective. 

The defence will include a public presentation which will explain why it is impossible to achieve an universal definition of fast food because of its continuous re-contextualization in time and space. The thesis also addresses questions related to health, technology and the environment, and reflects on these questions in the context of developing countries.

Everyone is welcome. 

The proceedings will also be streamed online at this site: https://wurtv.wur.nl/P2G/cataloguepage.aspx

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About foodgovernance

Jessica Duncan is Assistant Professor in the Rural Sociology Group at Wageningen University. Originally from Canada, she lived in France, Spain and the UK before coming to the Netherlands. She holds a PhD in Food Policy from City University London and is the author of the book Global Food Security Governance: Civil society engagement in the reformed Committee on World Food Security (Routledge, 2015, http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9781138802520/ ). Her research areas include: food policy; food security; global governance; environmental policy; participation; rural sociology. She is particularly interested in transitions towards environmentally sustainable food security governance.

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