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Laurent DOUSSET
Independent researcher, also part-time lecturer at University of Lucerne, Switzerland

Administrative areas: Australia, Vanuatu, Western Australia (Australia), Malampa (Vanuatu), Northern Territory (Australia)
Places: Australia (area), Melanesia, Australia (country), Western Australia, Vanuatu, Malakula, Efate, Western Desert
Keywords: Uncertainty, Social Organization, Land Management, Social Change, First Contacts, Environment, Digital Resources, Indigenous Politics, Personhood, Sorcery


Silja KLEPP
Professor, Institute of Geography at Kiel University, Germany

Administrative areas: Fiji, Kiribati
Places: Micronesia, Polynesia
Keywords: Climate Change, Colonial Discourse, Cutural Change, Eco-anthropology, Environment, Epistemology, Governance, Labour Mobility, Legal Pluralism, Neo-Colonialism


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


Anthony PICKLES
Lecturer, School of International Development at University of East Anglia, 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


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Some figures...

The database of experts counts today 1219 profiles, of which 586 are publicly accessible, while 633 have chosen to remain private.

These persons have defined 726 unique keywords in which they situate their research interests and expertise.

They have also defined and described 613 'experiences' (research and teaching activities, consulting work, or applied projects) in which they have contributed.