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Wim van Daele

Førsteamanuensis

 
Kontor:
IU029 ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )

Vitenskapelige publikasjoner

  • Van Daele, Wim (2017). Food as the Holographic Condensation of Life in Sri Lankan Rituals. Ethnos. ISSN: 0014-1844. 83 (4). s 645 - 664. doi:10.1080/00141844.2017.1314309.
  • Van Daele, Wim (2016). Desiring foods: Cultivating non-attachment to nourishment in Buddhist Sri Lanka. Appetite. ISSN: 0195-6663. 105s 212 - 217. doi:10.1016/j.appet.2016.04.021.
  • Van Daele, Wim (2016). Vibrantly entangled in Sri Lanka: food as the polyrhythmic and polyphonic assemblage of life. Foundations of Science. ISSN: 1233-1821. 23 (1). s 85 - 102. doi:10.1007/s10699-016-9509-4.
  • Van Daele, Wim (2014). Oscillating Between Village and Globe: Articulating Food in Sri Lankan Activism. Food activism: agency, democracy and economy. ISBN: 978-0-85785-833-7. Bloomsbury Academic. 14.
  • Van Daele, Wim (2013). 'Cooking' life: an anthropologist blends in with everyday sustenance and relationality in Sri Lanka. Food and Foodways. ISSN: 0740-9710. 21 (1). s 66 - 85. doi:10.1080/07409710.2013.764788.
  • Van Daele, Wim (2013). Igniting food assemblages in Sri Lanka: Ritual cooking to regenerate the world and interrelations. Contributions to Indian sociology. ISSN: 0069-9667. 47 (1). s 33 - 60. doi:10.1177/006996671204700102.
  • Van Daele, Wim (2013). The political economy of desire in ritual and activism in Sri Lanka. Religion and Development. ISBN: 978-1-137-32937-0. Palgrave Macmillan. 11. s 159 - 173.
  • van Daele, Wim (2020). From socio-cultural organization to microbial and molecular regulation of life, and back: Towards an interdisciplinary integration through biosocial pathways and entanglements..
  • van Daele, Wim (2020). Geïntegreerde voedselsystemen als basis voor een goede gezondheid in Sri Lanka, DR Congo, Ecuador en Bhutan..
  • van Daele, Wim (2019). Eating Well: Food Systems as a Pillar for Glocal Health and Well-Being.
  • van Daele, Wim (2019). From Societies to Molecules and Microbes, and Back: A Plea for Interdisciplinary Cooperation..
  • van Daele, Wim (2019). From Societies to Molecules and Microbes, and Back: Tracing Food-Related Networks of Causation in Metabolic Disorders..

Sist endret: 19.08.2020 09:08