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Reserachers working on INTERSUBJECTIVITY (alphabetical order)
Laurence Marshall CARUCCI Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Montana State University, United States Administrative areas: Marshall Islands Places: Marshall Islands Keywords: Adoption, Age and Aging, Anthropological Fieldwork, Body, Christianity, Climate Change, Climate Change Migration, Colonial Discourse, Colonial Literature, Colonialism
Christiane FALCK Postdoctoral Fellow, Ethnologisches Institut at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, East Sepik (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia Keywords: Social Change, Religion, Personhood, Mobile Telephony, Intersubjectivity, Gender
Jari KUPIAINEN Senior Lecturer, Media at Karelia University of Applied Sciences, Finland Administrative areas: Solomon Islands, Rennell and Bellona (Solomon Islands), Western (Solomon Islands) Places: Melanesia, Polynesia Keywords: Art, Audiovisual and Media, Agency, Christianisation, Cognitive Anthropology, Colonial Discourse, Complexity, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Production
Craig LIND Research Fellow, Department of Anthropology, Centre for Pacific Studies at University of St Andrews, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Vanuatu, Malampa (Vanuatu), Shefa (Vanuatu) Places: Melanesia, Vanuatu Keywords: Gender, Intersubjectivity, Landscape, Memory, Migration, Mission History, Museums, Perception, Personhood, Religion
Károly Sándor PALLAI Research Fellow, Department of French and Francophone Studies at Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary Administrative areas: Wallis and Futuna, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, New Caledonia, Kiribati, Hawaii, French Polynesia, Fiji, Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, Niue, Tuvalu, Tonga Places: Polynesia Keywords: Contemporary Literatures, Francophone Literatures, Identity, Postcolonial Literatures, French Overseas Territories, Post-Colonialism, Narratives, Literature, Cultural Studies, Colonial Imagination
Anthony J. PICKLES Research Fellow, Division of Anthropology at Cambridge University, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Big-manship, Categorization, Complexity, Conceptual Model, Corruption, Economic Anthropology, Economy and Finance, Exchanges, First Contacts, History
Mike POLTORAK Lecturer, School of Anthropology and Conservation at University of Kent, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Tonga, New Zealand Places: Polynesia Keywords: Medical Anthropology, Visual Anthropology, Pacific Media, Intersubjectivity, Ilness Experience, Mental Illness, Global Health, Ethnographic Filmmaking, Engaged Anthropology
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
Bambi SCHIEFFELIN Professor, Anthropology Department at New York University, United States Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Christianisation, Intersubjectivity, Language Change, Language Socialization, Linguistic Anthropology, Personhood
Annick THOMASSIN PhD Student, Department of Anthropology/Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at McGill University/Australian National University, Australia Administrative areas: Australia Places: Australia (area), Melanesia Keywords: Bureaucratization, Fisheries, Neo-Colonialism, Political Ecology, Political Economy, Property, Self-Determination, Social-ecological System, Natural Resources, Torres Strait
Anke TONNAER Lecturer, Department of Anthropology Centre for Pacific and Asian Studies at Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands Administrative areas: Australia Places: Australia (area) Keywords: Tourism, Performance, Ritual, Post-Colonialism, Cultural Heritage, Exchanges, Globalization, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Intersubjectivity, Anthropological Fieldwork
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