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Carolin Hulke, M.Sc.

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Carolin Hulke M.Sc.

Südbau, Raum 0.16

Otto-Fischer-Straße 4
50674 Köln

Telephone +49-(0)221-470-8829
E-mail carolin.hulke(at)uni-koeln.de


Office hours:

Every Tuedsay, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

 


Research Focus

Economic geography, Global Production Networks, agricultural value chains, resilience and vulnerability, social networks

Regional Focus

Southern Africa, especially Namibia and Tanzania; Southeast Asia, especially Vietnam

Articels

Hulke, Carolin; Kairu, Jim Kariuki; Diez, Javier Revilla (2020): Development visions, livelihood realities – how conservation shapes agricultural value chains in the Zambezi region, Namibia. Development Southern Africa, 1–18. https://doi.org/10.1080/0376835X.2020.1838260

Hulke, H.; Revilla Diez, J. (2020): Building adaptive capacity to external risks through collective action - Social learning mechanisms of smallholders in rural Vietnam. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 51. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2020.101829

Presentations

07th – 10th April 2021: American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting (digital):
“Governing Regional Value Chains – Institutional layering in the horticulture sector in rural Namibia”

14th – 15th November 2019: Regional Studies Association Winter Conference, London:
“New regional path development in Zambezi, Namibia? Interlinkages between horticulture value chains and nature conservation” 

27th – 30th September 2019: German Conference for Geography, University Kiel:
“New regional path development in Zambezi, Namibia? Interlinkages between horticulture value chains and nature conservation”

1st March 2019, Conference “Resources for a social-ecological transformation”, University Innsbruck, Austria:
„Conflicting conservation? Regional agricultural value chains and possibilities of participation in Northern Namibia”

20th – 22nd June 2018: 3rd Young Economic Geographers Network (YEGN) Workshop “Unequal Contours of Development in the Global South”, Lindlar:
“Of Corridors, Livelihoods and Elephants: Coupling the Zambezi region in Northern Namibia to GPNs”

Lecturing and Teaching activities

Summer Term 2021: Seminar "Economic development from a critical perspective"
Summer Term 2020: Applied statistical analyses with STATA
Summer Term 2019: Field trip: "Livelihood strategies and Wellbeing of rural households in Namibia: Potentials, challenges and conflicts of resource use on communal land in the Zambezi Region“
Summer Term 2018: Applied statistical analyses with STATA
Winter Term 2017/2018: Applied statistical analyses with STATA

Acadamic Career

Since 11/2017
Lecturer, research fellow, and PhD candidate at the Institute of Geography, University of Cologne, Prof. Dr.  Revilla Diez
Associate research fellow in the DFG funded CRC 228, Future Rural Africa.

05 – 06 2017
research project at the Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry, Vietna  Scholarship from the GSSC (Global South Study Center), University of Cologne

04/2015 - 10/2017
Master of Science Human Geography, profile: Economic Geography, University of Cologne, minor: political science

08/2013 - 07/2017
research assistant at the Institute of Geography, University of Cologne, Prof. Dr. Boris Braun

10/2011 - 03/2015
Bachelor of Science Geography, University of Cologne, minors: sociology and anthropology

Master thesis

Building adaptive capacity to external risks through collective action –  the role of social capital in small-scale farming in rural areas of Vietnam