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Reserachers working on URBAN IDENTITY (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
John COX Research Fellow, Institute for Human Security and Social Change at La Trobe University, Australia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Fiji Places: Melanesia, Micronesia Keywords: Christianity, Citizenship, Class, Climate Change, Cultural Change, Democracy, Development, Development Media, Economic Anthropology, Economy and Finance
Sebastian T. ELLERICH Lecturer, Musicological Department at University of Cologne, Germany Administrative areas: Fiji, Vanuatu Places: Melanesia Keywords: Agriculture, Bislama, History, Identity, Indigenization, Kava, Language Ideology, Music, Music and Languages, Nationalism
Karin Louise HERMES PhD Student, American Studies at Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Hawaii, Indonesia Places: Melanesia, Polynesia Keywords: Youth, Urban Identity, Social Movement, Social Change, Self-Determination, Nationalism, Migration, Interethnic Relations, Identity, Ethnicity
Ruth KROLZIG , Institue of Ethnology at Westfälische-Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany Administrative areas: Australia, Northern Territory (Australia), Papua New Guinea, Milne Bay (Papua New Guinea) Places: Australia (area), Arnhem Land, Melanesia Keywords: Tourism, Kinship, Relatedness, Urban Identity, Cosmology, Perception, Anthropology of Ontology, Knowledge, Law and Culture, Spirituality
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
Géraldine LE ROUX Lecturer, Department of Ethnology at Université de Bretagne Occidentale , France Administrative areas: Australia, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands Places: Polynesia, Melanesia, Australia (area) Keywords: Art, Colonial Imagination, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Diasporas, Identity, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Indigenous Politics, Museums, Performance, Post-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
Billie Jane LYTHBERG Research Fellow, Mira Szaszy Research Centre for Maori and Pacific Economic Development at University of Auckland, New Zealand Administrative areas: New Zealand Places: Polynesia Keywords: Contemporary Indigenous Art, Cosmology, Cultural Heritage, Diasporas, Economic Anthropology, First Contacts, Local Nomenclature, Material Culture, Museums, Natural Resources
Jonathon PRASAD , Department of Religious Studies at Lancaster University, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Fiji Places: Polynesia Keywords: Body Theory, Cognitive Anthropology, Colonial Discourse, Colonial Imagination, Conceptual Model, Cultural Geography, Dance, Death and Bereavement, Diasporas, Epistemology
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
Benedicta ROUSSEAU Lecturer, Anthropology Programme at University of Waikato, New Zealand Administrative areas: Vanuatu Places: Melanesia Keywords: Disaster, Economic Anthropology, Leadership, Law and Culture, Morality, Sovereignty, Urban Identity, Elections, Kastom, Infrastructure
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
Alice SERVY Assistant Professor, LPED - Laboratoire Population Environnement Développement at Aix-Marseille University, IRD (France), France Administrative areas: Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Kiribati Places: Melanesia, Micronesia Keywords: Health, Sexuality, Gender, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), Family Planning, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Sex Workers, Youth, Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
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
Leslie VANDEPUTTE Assistant Professor, College of Education at the American University in the Emirates, United Arab Emirates Administrative areas: Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Shefa (Vanuatu) Places: Melanesia, Vanuatu, Port Vila, New Caledonia Keywords: Linguistic Anthropology, Evolution of Language, Contact Linguistic, Digital Resources, Urbanization, Urban Identity, Nationalism, Creoles, Identity, Bislama
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