Workshops and Presentations

Organisation of Workshops and Conferences

  • KECK, M., BEISEL, A. (2020): Science, Technology & Development: STS and geographical development studies. Session within New Cultural Geographies XVII. University of Bonn. 30 January–01 February 2020, Bonn / Germany
  • BUTSCH, C., KECK, M. (2019): Transformation beyond the city: rural and periurban spaces in the Global South. Session within German Congress of Geography. University of Kiel. 25–30 September 2019, Kiel / Germany
  • KECK, M., FOLLMANN, A. (2018): Agrarian transformations in the Global South: Technological change and socio-ecological consequences. Session within Global Conference on Economic Geography. University of Cologne. 24–28 July 2018, Cologne / Germany
  • KRAMM, J., KECK, M. (2017): Knowledge and non-knowledge in dealing with social-ecological risks. Session within German Congress of Geography. University of Tuebingen. 30 September–5 October 2017, Tuebingen / Germany
  • KECK, M., REIHER, C. (2015): Urbanization and food safety. Session within German Congress of Geography. Humboldt University Berlin. 1–6 October 2015, Berlin / Germany
  • DITTRICH, C., GRENZEBACH, H., KECK, M. (2015): Annual Conference of the South Asia Study Group in the German Geographical Society. University of Goettingen. 23–24 January 2015, Goettingen / Germany
  • BUTSCH, C., FRANZ, M., KECK, M., KROLL, M. (2011): Constituent Meeting of the South Asia Study Group in the German Geographical Society. University of Cologne. 3–4 May 2011, Cologne / Germany
  • KECK, M., ETZOLD, B. (2010): Megacities in South Asia as arenas of risk and resilience. Session within European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies. 26–29 July 2010, Bonn / Germany


Talks on Invitation

  • KECK, M. (2019): Unruly peasants? Unruly genes? (In-)Visibilities in the controversy about the potential loss of effectiveness of Bt cotton in India. Workshop “Digitized natures”. Geographical Department, University of Bonn. 02–03 December 2020, Bonn / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2019): Worlding countrysides, or the making of world-class agriculture in India. Appointment procedure of professorship on Human Geography (Development Studies) at Freie Universität Berlin. 28-29 January 2019, Berlin / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2018): Worlding countrysides, or the making of world-class agriculture in India. International symposium on the global countryside. Final conference of the ERC project “Global-Rural”. 13–15 November 2018, Newtown / Wales, UK
  • KECK, M. (2018): Policing toxi/city: the formalin crisis in Dhaka and the supermarket dispositive. Centre for Space, Place and Society, Wageningen University. Workshop. Exploring urbanization: Events, Resources, Risks, and Movements. 18–19 June 2018, Wageningen, the Netherlands
  • KECK, M. (2018): Supermärkte in Bangladesch: Bourgeoise Ernährungspraktiken und gesellschaftliche Konsequenzen. Geographical Colloquium, Free University of Berlin. 30 January 2018, Berlin / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2016): Transregional food networks in the light of the multiple modernities theory. Workshop. Envisioning the future of food across North-South divides: transregional food networks and movements. 1–3 December 2016, Berlin / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2016): Landnutzungskonflikte in der geographischen Entwicklungsforschung. Appointment procedure of professorship on land use conflicts at the University of Koblenz-Landau. 14 March 2016, Landau / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2015): Formalin-laced food in Bangladesh. Contours of a controversy. Japanese-German Center Berlin/Freie Universität Berlin/Graduate School of East Asian Studies. Symposium. Food safety and consumer advocacy in Japan and East Asia. 18–19 May 2015, Berlin / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2014): Urbanization and socio-ecological transformation in Western China: lessons from the mega city of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The 9th Annual Conference of the Consortium for Western Development Studies. 4–6 July 2014, Guiyang / China
  • KECK, M. (2014): Impacts of urbanization on food security. EU-ASIA Dialogue, Policy Conference. Food security in the context of climate change. 20 March 2014, Kathmandu / Nepal
  • KECK, M. (2014): Ernährungssicherheit und Modernisierung in der Megastadt Dhaka, Bangladesch. VHS Beckum-Wadersloh, Studienforum. WeltStadt: Die Stadt wird zur Welt – Die Welt wird zur Stadt. 3 November 2014, Wadersloh / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2013): Wirtschaften im Kontext von Unsicherheit. Lebensmittelhandel und Resilienz in Dhaka, Bangladesch. Arbeitstagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie. Soziologische Perspektiven auf Resilienz. Theoretische und empirische Zugänge zu Resilienz in politischen und wirtschaftlichen Handlungsfeldern. 5–6 December 2013, Trier / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2012): Ernährungssicherheit in der Megastadt. Das Beispiel Dhaka, Bangladesch. Seminarlehrertagung für das Fach Geographie (Sek II) in Bayern. 2 July 2012, Dillingen / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2011): Lebensmittelmärkte im Herzen der Megastadt. Welche Rolle spielen informelle Beziehungen für das Überleben von Großhändlern in Dhaka, Bangladesch. Geographical Colloquium, University of Goettingen 21 June 2011, Goettingen / Germany
  • KECK, M., STAFFELD, R. (2009): Formal and informal business arrangements: food and plastic wholesale activities in the megacity of Dhaka. Scientific Workshop organized by Irmgard Coninx Foundation. Urban development in a globalising world – Overcoming the formal-informal divide. 12–13 June 2009, Berlin / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2009): Informal business arrangements of food wholesalers in Dhaka. Symposium at the Asia-Pacific Weeks in Berlin 2009. Life and survival in a megacity: the role of informal arrangements in everyday life and economic organisation. Case studies from Dhaka, Bangladesh. 16 October 2009, Berlin / Germany


Paper Presentations

  • KECK, M. (2020): Widerspenstige Bauern? Widerspenstige Gene? (Un-)Sichtbarkeiten in der Kontroverse um den Verlust der Wirksamkeit von Bt-Baumwolle in Indien. Neue Kulturgeographie XVII. University of Bonn. 30 January–01 February 2020, Bonn / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2018): Worlding countrysides: Genetically engineered crop plants in the Indian political debate. Global Conference on Economic Geography. University of Cologne. 24–28 July 2018, Cologne / Germany
  • HUNG, D.T., HUGHES, H., KECK, M., SAUER, D. (2018): Effect of nutrient fluxes related to rice residue management for small-holder farms in North Vietnam. European Geoscience Union General Assembly. 8–13 April 2018, Vienna / Austria
  • KECK, M. (2017): Biogenetics in Indian agriculture: Politics of knowledge and non-knowledge. Workshop. Food Systems: Production, Trade, Consumption. 27–28 October 2017, Cologne / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2017): Zur Neuausrichtung der geographischen Entwicklungsforschung: Umrisse einer Geographie multipler Modernisierung. Annual Conference of the South Asia Study Group in the German Geographical Society. 27–28 January 2017, Augsburg / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2017): Relevantes Wissen - Irrelevantes Nichtwissen? Neue Fragen für die geographische Risikoforschung. New Cultural Geography XIV. 26–28 January 2017, Bayreuth / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2016): Zur aktuellen Lage der geographischen Entwicklungsforschung. Colloquium Human Geography at the University of Goettingen. 11 June 2016, Goettingen / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2015): Essen als Sicherheitsrisiko: Mit Formalin verseuchter Fisch in Bangladesch. Session within German Congress of Geography. Risiko - Entwicklung - Sicherheit: Herausforderungen im 21. Jahrhundert. 1–6 October 2015, Berlin / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2015): Mikrodispositiv Supermarkt: Zum Wandel von Einkaufspraktiken in Bangladesch. Session within German Congress of Geography. Märkte in Entwicklung: Technologien, Geographien, Praktiken. 1–6 October 2015, Berlin / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2015): Supermarkets and changing food shopping practices in Bangladesh. Workshop. Raum is(s)t Nahrung. 19–20 June 2015, Bayreuth / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2013): Supermarketization and contemporary food shopping practices in Bangladesh. International Conference. Foodscapes: access to food - excess of food. 23–25 September 2013, Seggau Castle / Austria
  • KECK, M., ETZOLD, B. (2013): Resilience refused. Wasted potentials for improving food security in Dhaka. DFG Final Conference. 15–16 April 2013, Bonn / Germany
  • KECK, M., HOBELSBERGER, C. (2012): Supermarketization in Dhaka and its impact on food shopping and consumption practices. DFG Scientific Workshop. 27–28 November 2012, Dhaka / Bangladesh
  • KECK, M. (2012): Supermärkte in Dhaka. Wie Diskurse Einkaufs- und Ernährungspraktiken in Bangladesch transformieren. Berliner Methodentreffen. 13 July 2012, Berlin / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2012): Wirtschaften im Kontext von Unsicherheit. Lebensmittelhandel in der Megastadt Dhaka, Bangladesch. PhD thesis defence. 10 July 2012, Bonn / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2011): Informalität und Aushandlung. Das alltägliche Geschäft von Reis- und Fischgroßhändlern in Dhaka, Bangladesch. Constituent Meeting of the South Asia Study Group in the German Geographical Society. 3–4 May 2011, Cologne / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2010): The megaurban food system of Dhaka/Bangladesh. DFG Scientific Colloquium. 10–11 May 2010, Berlin / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2010): Measuring microeconomic resilience. Business disturbances and recovery among food wholesalers in Dhaka. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. 14–18 April 2010, Washington D.C. / USA
  • SAKDAPOLRAK, P., ETZOLD, B., KECK, M. (2009): Vulnerability to food insecurity. Coping strategies of urban poor in the megacities Chennai and Dhaka. International Conference of the Helmholtz Association "Megacities: risk, vulnerability and sustainable development". 7–9 September 2009, Leipzig / Germany
  • KECK, M. (2009): The role of food wholesalers in Dhaka's food system. Geographical Colloquium, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg. 29 June 2009, Heidelberg / Germany
  • KECK, M., BOHLE, H.-G., ETZOLD, B., ZINGEL, W.-P. (2009): The megaurban food system of Dhaka / Bangladesh. DFG Scientific Colloquium. 22–23 June 2009, Dortmund / Germany
  • ETZOLD, B., KECK, M. (2009): Operationalizing informality: (in)formal institutions and social practices of fish merchants and street food vendors in Dhaka. Annual Conference of the Cities in the Developing World Study Group in the German Geographical Society. 5–7 June 2009, Innsbruck / Austria
  • KECK, M. (2009): Informal food market governance in the megacity of Dhaka. International Human Dimensions Program on Global Environmental Change (IHDP) Open Meeting 2009. The social challenges of global change. 26–30 April 2009, Bonn / Germany
  • ETZOLD, B., KECK, M. (2009): Operationalizing informality. Examples from food system research in Dhaka. DFG Scientific Workshop. 25–26 February 2009, Dhaka / Bangladesh
  • KECK, M. (2008): Informal regulation of Dhaka's food system. Empirical findings and theoretical reflections. DFG Scientific Workshop. 13–14 November 2008, Guangzhou / China
  • BOHLE, H.-G., ETZOLD, B., KECK, M., ZINGEL, W.-P. (2008): The megaurban food system of Dhaka/Bangladesh. DFG Scientific Colloquium. 28–29 January 2008, Berlin / Germany
  • BOHLE, H.-G., ETZOLD, B., KECK, M., ZINGEL, W.-P. (2007): The megaurban food system of Dhaka/Bangladesh. DFG Scientific Workshop. 21–22 November 2007, Dhaka / Bangladesh
  • KECK, M., BOHLE, H.-G. (2007): The megaurban food system of Dhaka/Bangladesh. German Congress of Geography. 29 September–5 October 2007, Bayreuth / Germany (Poster)
  • ETZOLD, B., KECK, M. (2007): The megaurban food system of Dhaka/Bangladesh. Conference of the German Society of Asia Studies. Megastädte in Asien. 10–12 May 2007, Berlin / Germany (Poster)