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|Field Research (2007)
Masters fieldwork in northern Australia — Aix-Marseille Université / CREDO
4-month fieldwork in the Northern Territory's Top End on Indigenous knowledge, environment and economic development, with a particular focus on tourism and Indigenous micro-enterprises.PhD Research (2008 to 2013)
Fieldwork and thesis on Indigenous natural resource management, Arnhem Land, Australia — Aix-Marseille Université / CREDO
Title of the thesis (July 2013): Ecological imperialism or development? The actors of natural resource management in Ngukurr, Australia.Teaching Experiences (2008 to 2015)
Lecturer in Anthropology — Aix-Marseille Université
± 535 hours of in-class teaching in various Anthropology courses, including in Anthropology of OceaniaCollaborative Project (2013 to 2015)
Postdoctoral fellow - ECOPAS project — Aix-Marseille Université / CREDO - EU (FP7)
Coordination in the European project ECOPAS, FP7, WP2Academic Position (2016 to 2017)
Postdoctoral fellow - IRD / UMR GRED — IRD
Individual research project on so-called 'community-based' reef management in Fiji.
More than 6 months of fieldwork in Fiji, including 4 months on Gau Island.Academic Position (2018 to 2021)
Principal Investigator - SOCPacific project — IRD / UMR GRED
“A Sea of Connections: Contextualizing Fisheries in the South Pacific Region” (SOCPacific)
This interdisciplinary project aims at re-embedding coastal and oceanic fisheries in their wider context, and exploring the large web of socio-cultural, geopolitical and policy connections within which fishing practices occur in New Caledonia, Vanuatu and Fiji.
Co-funded by ANR and DFG, this project is based on synergies between the French National Research Institute for Development (IRD) and the Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT).
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