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Reserachers working on SENSES (alphabetical order)
Tomi BARTOLE Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Anthropological and Spatial Studies at Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, East Sepik (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia Keywords: Body Theory, Categorization, Christianisation, Complexity, Cosmology, Custom, Development, Epistemology, Feeling of Belonging, Indigenous Politics
Bettina BEER Professor, Ethnologisches Seminar at University of Lucerne, Switzerland Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Mining, Kinship, Land Dispute, Gender, Senses, Social Change, History
Susanne KUEHLING Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology at University of Regina, Canada Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia, Micronesia Keywords: Anthropological Fieldwork, Emotions, Exchanges, Gender, Kula, Senses, Place
Denis MONNERIE Professor, Institut d'ethnologie + Laboratoire DynamE CNRS MISHA Strasbourg at Université de Strasbourg, France Administrative areas: New Caledonia, Solomon Islands Keywords: Kinship, Language, Ceremonial discourse, Names and Naming, Performance, Political Anthropology, Resilience, Ritual Studies, Social Change, Society
Yasmine MUSHARBASH Senior Lecturer, Anthropology at University of Sydney, Australia Administrative areas: Australia, Northern Territory (Australia), Queensland (Australia) Places: Central Australia, Torres Strait Keywords: Emotions, Personhood, Senses, Social Change, Body Theory, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Neo-Colonialism, Domestic Space, Monsters, Death and Bereavement
Daniela VAVROVA Adjunct/associate Researcher, The Cairns Institute and the College of Arts, Society and Education at James Cook University, Australia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Australia Places: Melanesia Keywords: Anthropological Fieldwork, Applied Anthropology, Audiovisual and Media, Photography, Senses, Visualization and Representation, Sensory Ethnography
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