Florencia Alvarado, is an Argentinian-Spanish anthropologist and independent consultant orientated to qualitative approaches to food, with at least fifteen years of experience in cultural diversity and team management in several countries. Currently, she also collaborates with:
- Member of Global Forum Food Security and Nutrition at FAO
- Member of Researcher Network at The Vegan Society
Applied food anthropology is the application of the methods and theory of anthropology to the analysis and solution of practical food problems.
I mainly work with food intersectionality (FI) as an analytic framework which attempts to identify how interlocking systems of power impact those who are most marginalized in society through:
- Food and gender
- Food and age
- Food and ethnicity
- Food and religious
- Food and class
- Food and body (disability, weight, for example)
how i work. Process flow timelines1 by Ethos Food
ARGENTINA | PARAGUAY | SPAIN | ENGLAND
PhD candidate Anthropology and Communication, Medical Anthropology and Global Health, Vegan Food.
MSc. Medical Anthropology and Global Health, Food and Health Anthropology.
BSocSc Social and Cultural Anthropology