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Adrian Woodhouse


Adrian Woodhouse (Kāi Tahu)

Dr Adrian Woodhouse is the Head of School of the Food Design Institute, Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand. As a chef and academic, Adrian’s research is positioned within Kaupapa Māori theory with a primary focus on kai (food), power and identity formation. In particular, Adrian’s research focuses on the power relationships, that exist within, the explicit and implicit institutional systems and structures of society.
Adrian's professional background is a blend of contemporary food design and artisan food production. He creates a learning environment that embraces the cultural diversity of his students. Adrian uses culturally responsive and collaborative learning strategies to bring innovative approaches to his teaching.

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