Presentations

Presentations at international Conferences and Universities


2020Cultural Differences regarding Victims of Food Fraud
Presentation 16.01.2020 in Athens / Greece, Panteion University Athens, Inaugural conference of COST Action CA 18121: Cultures of Victimology.
2019Loss of trust – Victimization experiences in food fraud
Presentation 19.09.2019 in Ghent / Belgium, 19th annual conference of the European Society of Criminology.
Komplex Tier / Tier-Wohl nein danke!?
Presentation 26.9.2019 in Hamburg / Germany, University of Hamburg.
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2018Motive, Bedingungen und Hintergründe veganer Ernährung in Deutschland.
Presentation (invited) 18.09.2018 in Paris / France. Droits des animaux et mouvemont vegan en Allemagne. Université Paris-Est Créteil / UPEC.
Never mind! Food crime in the public eye exemplified by the Horse-Meat-Scandal.
Presentation 30.08.2018 in Sarajevo / Bosnia & Herzegovina, 18th annual conference of the European Society of Criminology.
Wer isst was warum? Ein Gender-Vergleich.
Presentation (invited) 03.07.2018 in Aachen / Germany, Project “Leonardo”, RWTH University Aachen.
Don’t care or risk averse? Victims’ reactions towards food fraud.
Presentation 12.6.2018 in Hongkong, 16th international symposium of the World Society of Victimology 2018.
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2017Vegans and omnivores as victims: perceptions and reactions to food fraud.
Presentation 14.9.2017 in Cardiff / Great Britain, 17th annual conference of the European Society of Criminology.
Wie ehrlich sind unsere Lebensmittel?
Opening speech and leading discussion (invited) 27.02.2017 in Hamburg / Germany, conference 2017 of the Food Chemistry Society – Regional Association North (Lebensmittelchemische Gesellschaft - Regionalverband Nord).
2016Vegans and omnivores: differences in attitudes and preferences concerning food.
Presentation 30.9.2016 in Porto / Portugal, 13th congress of the European Society for Agricultural and Food Ethics.
Rational Choice Perspectives on Victim’s Reactions to Food related Offences.
Presentation 23.9.2016 in Münster / Germany, 16th annual conference of the European Society of Criminology.
Food related victimization and cultural differences.
Presentation 23.9.2016 in Münster / Germany, 16th annual conference of the European Society of Criminology together with Inna Levy und Sarah Ben-David (Israel).
Kaffee ohne Milch, Schuhe ohne Leder.
Expert discussion (invited) 7.6.2016 in Braunschweig / Germany, Brunswick House of Science (Braunschweiger Haus der Wissenschaft). Liverecording NDR Info - Logo - Das Wissenschaftsmagazin. Broadcast date: 10.06.2016.
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Betrug im Lebensmittelbereich.
Presentation and discussion leading (invited) 6.7.2016 in Hamburg / Germany, Alumni Circle of the University of Hamburg.
2015Vegan: Nicht nur ein Trend.
Presentation (invited) 16.11.2015 in Hamburg / Germany, journalist seminar "Vegetarisch und vegan – Nur ein Trend?“, German Society of Nutrition (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ernährung / DGE).
Sind wir alle Opfer? Wahrnehmung und Bewertung von Risiken im Lebensmittelbereich aus Verbrauchersicht.
Presentation (invited) 26.11.2015 Hamburg / Germany, Food & Health Academy, Hamburg School of Food Science, Department of Chemistry, University of Hamburg.
Zwischenwelten auf Abwegen.
Speaker for sociology of nutrition (invited), 2.10.2015 in Lübeck / Germany, "Zwischenwelten“ at the Buddenbrook House, Heinrich and Thomas Mann Center (Heinrich-und-Thomas-Mann-Zentrum).
Wirtschaftskriminalität im Lebensmittelbereich – Globalisierung, Recht und Kontrolle am Beispiel belasteter Futtermittel.
Presentation 9.9.2015 in Berlin / Germany, 3rd congress of the German speaking Sociology of Law Associations (deutschsprachige Rechtssoziologie-Vereinigungen) "Die Versprechungen des Rechts“, Humboldt University of Berlin.
The Victim’s Awareness: Perception and Offenses in the Food-Sector.
Presentation 4.9.2015 in Porto / Portugal, 15th annual conference of the European Society of Criminology.
Offenses in the Food Sector and Possible Consequences for the Victims.
Presentation 11.03.2015 in Ariel / Israel, 3rd annual international interdisciplinary conference on "Crime Scene: Offender, Victim and Bystander", University of Ariel.
2014The Horse-Meat-Scandal: Innocent Offenders - Guilty Consumers?
Poster presentation 12.9.2014 in Prag / Czech Republic, 14th annual conference of the European Society of Criminology.
Doing Gender? Kann die Kategorie Geschlecht Konsumentscheidungen im Lebensmittelbereich erklären?
Presentation 20.06.2014 in Hamburg / Germany, 4th research workshop "Gender und Diversity in der Forschung an Hamburger Hochschulen“.
Essen und Vielfalt: Soziologische Erklärungen.
Presentation (invited), 9.2.2014 in Hamburg / Germany, study day of the Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Scholarship Fund (Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Studienwerk ELES/Nord), University Hospital Hamburg (Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf / UKE).
2013Askese oder Genuss? Moral und gutes Essen.
Dialogue with the Brazilian project leader Ivina Passos, (invited) 30.11.2013 in Hamburg / Germany, international conference "Hunger for Trade", Deutsches Schauspielhaus.
Morality and food – why we (don’t) eat, what we (don’t) eat.
Dialogue with the Belgian producer and author Guy Dermul, (invited) 29.11.2013 in Hamburg / Germany, international conference "Hunger for Trade", Deutsches Schauspielhaus.
What does Globalisation taste like?
Panel discussion, (invited) 29.11.2013 in Hamburg / Germany, international conference "Hunger for Trade", Deutsches Schauspielhaus.
Food and Crime: The Forgotten Victims.
Presentation 5.9.2013 in Budapest / Hungary, 13th annual conference of the European Society of Criminology.
Essen und Geschlecht: Erste Ergebnisse des Projekts “Geschlechtsspezifische Aspekte bei der Lebensmittelwahl".
Presentation 21.6.2013 in Hamburg / Germany, 3rd research workshop "Gender und Diversity in der Forschung an Hamburger Hochschulen“.
Food and Organized Crime. Legal Framework and Control?
Presentation, 27.5.2013 in Tara / Republic of Serbia, international scientific conference of the Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies and Hanns Seidel Foundation.