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Reserachers working on BIG-MANSHIP (alphabetical order)
Rudy BESSARD Research Fellow, Montesquieu Center of Political Researches / Governance and Insular Development Laboratory at University of Bordeaux / University of French Polynesia, France Administrative areas: French Polynesia Places: Polynesia Keywords: Big-manship, Climate Change, Citizenship, Democracy, Globalization, Governance, Political Process, Regional Integration, Politics, Social-ecological System
Ian L GRANT Senior Lecturer, Intercultural Studies at Alphacrucis College, Australia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu Places: Melanesia Keywords: Religion, Big-manship, Leadership, Cultural Change, Contextualisation, Cultural Studies, Political Anthropology, Worldview, Christianity, Missiology
Rena LEDERMAN Professor, Anthropology Department at Princeton University, United States Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Exchanges, Economic Anthropology, Political Process, Gender, Morality, Social Organization, Sorcery, Time, Ritual, Property
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
Hans REITHOFER Lecturer, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology at University of Goettingen, Germany Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Christianisation, Development, Engaged Anthropology, Political Ecology, Sorcery, Social Change, Ritual, Religion, Mining, Big-manship
Laura ZIMMER-TAMAKOSHI Independent researcher, United States Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Age and Aging, Anthropological Fieldwork, Big-manship, Gambling, Gender Violence, Inequality, Mining, Nationalism, Social Impact Analysis, Politics Of Culture
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