Food and the city

Harrison Awuh

Postdoctoraal onderzoeker aan Aeres Hogeschool Almere binnen het lectoraat Voedsel en Gezond Leven

Hi, I am Harrison Esam Awuh. I was born in Cameroon, and I have over twenty years’ experience working and studying across the world (Cameroon, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Belgium, and The Netherlands. I hold a master’s degree in natural resources management, a master’s degree in human geography, and a PhD in human geography (KU Leuven). So, I am a human geographer by training and a political ecologist by specialty. As a political ecologist, my expertise is sustainability with a specific focus on social sustainability. I seek to enhance sustainability by developing inclusive research methodologies based on three cornerstones of geography (time, space, and demography).

Since I joined Flevo Campus, I have been involved in developing inclusive methodologies in sustainable food system transformation with a focus on the consumers. In my free time, I like hiking, jogging, listening to music and engaging in football. As a football man, I support football clubs based in cities which have made strong impressions on my life. These include PWD Bamenda (Cameroon), Leicester City FC and Blackburn Rovers (England), Wellington Phoenix (New Zealand) and Ajax Amsterdam.

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