Vincent Walstra is a member of the ERC-research team led by Professor Cristina Grasseni. He will focus on Rotterdam as a research field within the project 'Food citizens? Collective food procurement in European cities: solidarity and diversity, skills and scales'.
In 2017 Vincent graduated in Cultural Anthropology as Master of Science at Utrecht University. He did research on 'Urban agriculture' in Utrecht as revealing of and response to (global) societal lacks.
CV Vincent Walstra (2018)
- Büscher B., Feola G., Fischer A., Fletcher R., Gerber J.-F., Harcourt W., Koster M., Schneider M., Scholtens J., Spierenburg M.J., Walstra V.R. & Wiskerke H. (2021), Planning for a world beyond COVID-19: five pillars for post-neoliberal development, World Development 140: 105357.
- Walstra V. (2021), Digging into soil, the senses, and society in Utrecht. In: Edwards F, Gerritsen R & Wesser G. (Eds.) Food, Senses and the City. Routledge Studies in Food, Society and the Environment no. 38 London: Routledge. 29-39.
- Walstra V. (25 June 2020), Impact of COVID-19: Digital food collectives in Rotterdam [blog entry].
- Walstra V. (2 March 2020), Herenboeren Rotterdam: Farming for the Future. Herenboeren Rotterdam: Farming for the Future [blog entry].
- Walstra V.R. (13 August 2019), Edible Cities Network: Negotiations between citizens and the state. Edible Cities Network: Negotiations between citizens and the state. https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/foodcitizens/news/edible-cities-network [blog entry].
- Walstra V.R. (2018), Reinventing urban agriculture : experiencing the senses at the Koningshof in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Stockholm: 15th EASA Biennial Conference.
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