Sarah Huang

Sarah Huang

Graduate Student // Anthropology

Ph.D. Candidate // Anthropology

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Global food security, farmer livelihoods, feminist political ecology, agricultural development

I am interested in the anthropological study of global food security, as a discourse and livelihood practice. I ask broader theoretical questions seeking to understand how agricultural development alters farming knowledges and practices. My research has focused on local food movements and transnational migration of foods within immigrant and refugee communities in Anchorage, Alaska, USA. Currently, my geographic interests are in rice farming communities in Vietnam's Mekong River Delta.

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