Sharp Emma

Emma Sharp
University of Auckland

Emma’s research considers a politics of food, of care and performances of change enacted by ‘doing food differently’. Her work has incorporated theories of affect, attunement and diverse economies, and is methodologically diverse, bringing together quantitative methods with ethnography and autoethnography. Emma has worked alongside community food activists and practitioners on ‘alternative food initiatives’ that include: food boxes, dumpster diving, raw milk collectives, community fruit foraging and guerilla gardening, fish parts salvaging, and a community growing and eating project. In 2018 Emma completed her PhD, entitled ‘Enacting other foodworlds: Affective food initiatives performing a care-full politics of difference’.
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