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Reserachers working on STATE (alphabetical order)
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
Stephanie HOBBIS Assistant Professor, Sociology of Development and Change Group at Wageningen University, Netherlands Administrative areas: Solomon Islands, Malaita (Solomon Islands), Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: State, Political Anthropology, Food and Nutrition, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Bureaucratization, Christianity, Gender Violence, Digital Technologies, Peace And Conflict, Development
Tate LEFEVRE Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology at Franklin and Marshall College, United States Administrative areas: New Caledonia Places: Melanesia, New Caledonia Keywords: Citizenship, Identity, Nationalism, Post-Colonialism, Politics, Personhood, Social Change, State, Visualization and Representation, Youth
Peter LINDENMANN , Switzerland Administrative areas: New Caledonia Places: Melanesia Keywords: Bureaucratization, Citizenship, Customary Law, Democracy, State, Statehood, Political Anthropology, Public Services, Settler Colonialism
Nicolas PETERSON Professor, School of Archaeology and Anthropology at Australian National University, Australia Administrative areas: Australia Keywords: Economic Anthropology, Social Change, Social Organization, Ritual, Photography, Land Tenure, Native Title, State, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations
Ralph REGENVANU Independent researcher, Parliament of Vanuatu at Parliament of Vanuatu, Vanuatu Administrative areas: Vanuatu, Malampa (Vanuatu), Penama (Vanuatu), Sanma (Vanuatu), Shefa (Vanuatu), Tafea (Vanuatu), Torba (Vanuatu) Places: Melanesia, Vanuatu, Port Vila Keywords: Agenda Building, Art, Bislama, Bureaucratization, Class, Community Development, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Corruption, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Policy
Katherine SAMMLER Research Fellow, Marine Political Ecology at Helmholtz Institute for Functional Marine Biodiversity, Germany Administrative areas: New Zealand, Fiji, Hawaii Places: Polynesia Keywords: State, Spatial Theory, Social-ecological System, Social Studies of Knowledge, Social Movement, Political Ecology, Oceans, Natural Resources, Legal Geography, Interdisciplinarity
Dominik SCHIEDER Lecturer, Department of Social Sciences at University of Siegen, Germany Administrative areas: Fiji, Samoa Places: Fiji Islands, Samoa Keywords: Migration, Social Organization, Agency, Applied Anthropology, Class, Colonial Discourse, Colonial Imagination, Colonialism, Complexity, Conflict
Tobias SCHWOERER Lecturer, Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at University of Lucerne, Switzerland Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Eastern Highlands (Papua New Guinea), Morobe (Papua New Guinea) Places: Papua New Guinea Keywords: Violence, Conflict, Colonial Discourse, Social Change, State, Sorcery, Regional History, Mining, Land Dispute, Forestry
Eilin Holtan TORGERSEN PhD Student, Department of Social Anthropology, Bergen Pacific Studies at University of Bergen, Norway Administrative areas: Hawaii Places: Polynesia Keywords: Cosmology, Cultural Change, Cultural Landscapes, Culture-nature Relations, Dance, Disaster, Ecology, Environmental Anthropology, Epistemology, Ethnicity
Marie TOUSSAINT PhD Student, Centre Norbert Elias at EHESS - Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, France Administrative areas: New Caledonia Places: Melanesia Keywords: Anthropology Of Sciences, Applied Anthropology, Conservation, Decolonisation, Environment, Forestry, Political Anthropology, Public Policies, Rural Development, State
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