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Language and text analysis
Projects as supervisor
Institutionalizing (dis)trust. Opening the black box of food safety in Japan
'Even if it is just a little help for the victims from the distant Belgium . . .' Japanese Nationals in Belgium and the 3/11 Triple Disaster
Home work: post-Fukushima constructions of Furusato by Japanese nationals in Belgium
Japan facing a rising China: food safety as a framework for Japanese identity formation
Most recent publications
Walravens, Tine. “Recalibrating Risk through Media : Two Cases of Intentional Food Poisoning in Japan.”
FOOD AND FOODWAYS
, vol. 27, no. 1–2, 2019, pp. 74–97, doi:10.1080/07409710.2019.1568852.
Walravens, Tine. “Trust-makers or Trust-breakers? : Governmental Responses to Food Safety Incidents in Japan.” 2018 : n. pag. Print.
Niehaus, Andreas, and Tine Walravens, eds. “Feeding Japan : the Cultural and Political Issues of Dependency and Risk.” 2017 : n. pag. Print.
Niehaus, Andreas, and Tine Walravens. “Introduction : Reconsidering Japanese Food.”
Feeding Japan : The Cultural and Political Issues of Dependency and Risk
, edited by Andreas Niehaus and Tine Walravens, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, pp. 1–16, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-50553-4_1.
Niehaus, Andreas, and Tine Walravens. “‘Even If It Is Just a Little Help for the Victims from the Distant Belgium’: Japanese Nationals in Belgium and the 3/11 Triple Disaster.”
Diaspora and Disaster : Japanese Outside Japan and the Triple Catastrophy of March 2011
. Ed. Andreas Niehaus & Christian Tagsold. Düsseldorf University Press, 2016. 37–60. Print.