Clémence Nasr is a research fellow in the "Lifestyles in Transition" initiative and works specifically on the issue of sustainable food. She also participates in the reflection on the Pathways project, supported by the "Food and Agriculture Policies" initiative. 
Previously, Clémence completed a PhD in political science on short circuits and food relocalisation as part of a cotutelle with the Université libre de Bruxelles and Sciences po Paris, in order to question public policies favouring the reterritorialisation of food and, above all, to reveal the underlying social normativity: local autonomy, the material anchoring of social life and reconnection with living organisms are all themes for which she sought to specify the political meaning.