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Reserachers working on POLITICAL PROCESS (alphabetical order)
Niko BESNIER Professor, Anthropology at Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands Administrative areas: Tuvalu, Tonga, Wallis and Futuna, American Samoa, Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia Places: Polynesia Keywords: Gender, Sexuality, Globalization, Body Theory, Food and Nutrition, Sport, Morality, Christianity, Conflict, Economic Anthropology
Rudy BESSARD Research Fellow, Montesquieu Center of Political Researches / Governance and Insular Development Laboratory at University of Bordeaux / University of French Polynesia, France Administrative areas: French Polynesia Places: Polynesia Keywords: Big-manship, Climate Change, Citizenship, Democracy, Globalization, Governance, Political Process, Regional Integration, Politics, Social-ecological System
Mathias CHAUCHAT Professor, LARJE (Research Centre on Economics and Law) at Université de Nouvelle-Calédonie, New Caledonia Keywords: Colonial Politic, Colonialism, Corruption, Development Studies, French Overseas Territories, Mining, Pacific Studies, Politics, Political Process, Political Economy
Sina EMDE Lecturer, Social Anthropology at University of Heidelberg, Germany Administrative areas: Fiji Places: Melanesia, Polynesia Keywords: Gender, Nationalism, Identity, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), State, Security, Political Process, Personhood, Post-Colonialism, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations
Richard FEINBERG Professor, Anthropology at Kent State University, United States Administrative areas: Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea Places: Polynesia Keywords: Kinship, Narratives, Political Process, Development, History, Language-Culture-Cognition, Religion, Voyaging
Denise FISHER Research Fellow, Cente for European Studies at Australian National University, Australia Administrative areas: New Caledonia, French Polynesia, Wallis and Futuna Places: Melanesia, Polynesia Keywords: French Overseas Territories, Identity, Governance, Indigenous Politics, International Relationships, Mining, Political Process, Public Policies, Regional Integration, Self-Determination
Rena LEDERMAN Professor, Anthropology Department at Princeton University, United States Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Exchanges, Economic Anthropology, Political Process, Gender, Morality, Social Organization, Sorcery, Time, Ritual, Property
Nathalie MRGUDOVIC Lecturer, School of Languages and Social sciences at Aston University, United Kingdom Administrative areas: New Caledonia, French Polynesia, Vanuatu, Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Wallis and Futuna Places: Melanesia, Polynesia, Australia (area), Micronesia Keywords: Self-Determination, Political Process, International Relationships, Post-Colonialism, Regional Integration, French Overseas Territories, Sub-regionalism
Aaron PEARCE PhD Student, Humanities at University of Southern Queensland, Australia Administrative areas: Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea Places: Australia (area), Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia Keywords: Governance, Political Process, Sub-regionalism, Nationalism, Political Culture, Post-Colonialism, Social Organization, Development
Alan RUMSEY Professor, Anthropology, College of Asia and the Pacific at Australian National University, Australia Administrative areas: Australia, Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia, Australia (area) Keywords: Linguistic Anthropology, Intersubjectivity, Verbal Art, Political Process, Children
Ann SULLIVAN Associate Professor, Maori Studies, Te Wananga o Waipa at University of Auckland, New Zealand Administrative areas: New Zealand, Australia Places: Australia (area), Polynesia Keywords: Cultural Studies, Democracy, Identity, Inter-ethnic Relations, Political Process, Post-Colonialism, Race / Racism, Self-Determination, Urban Identity, Urbanization
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