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Reserachers working on HERITAGE (alphabetical order)
Joseph Martin CHEER Professor, Center for Tourism Research at Wakayama University, Japan Administrative areas: Vanuatu, Australia, Fiji, Indonesia, New Caledonia, Samoa, Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia, Australia (area), Polynesia Keywords: Anthropological Fieldwork, Applied Anthropology, Colonial Discourse, Colonial Politic, Cultural Geography, Cultural Change, Development, Heritage, Interdisciplinarity, Land Tenure
Emily DONALDSON PhD Student, Anthropology at McGill University, Canada Administrative areas: French Polynesia, Hawaii Places: Polynesia Keywords: Cultural Landscapes, Culture-nature Relations, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Land Tenure, Spirituality, Tourism, Heritage Management, Heritage
Anne Louise FAITHFULL PhD Student, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation at Deakin University, Australia Administrative areas: Australia Places: Australia (area) Keywords: Anthropology, Anthropology Of Sciences, Body, Heritage, Material Culture, Museums, Indigenous Inquiry
Claudia GUALTIERI Assistant Professor, Dept. of Humanities (Dept. of Studies in Language Mediatiton and Intercultural Communication) at The University of Milan, Italy Administrative areas: Australia Places: Australia (area) Keywords: Rights Of The Unborn And Future Generations, Anti-colonial, Cultural Studies, Spatial Theory, Postcolonial Literatures, Neo-Colonialism, Interdisciplinarity, Human Rights, Heritage, Colonial Discourse
Lucie HAZELGROVE PLANEL PhD Student, Centre for Pacific Studies at University of St Andrews, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Kiribati, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands Places: Futuna Keywords: Textiles / Fibre Arts, Place-making, Techniques, Museums, Material Culture, Heritage, Weaving, Baskets
Pefi KINGI Administrative areas: New Zealand, Niue Places: Polynesia Keywords: Women's Associations, Youth, Indigenization, Indigenous Epistemology, Indigenous Agency, Indigenous Peoples Rights, Indigenous Mobility, Indigenous Inquiry, Informal Education, Children
Carol Elizabeth MAYER Administrative areas: Australia, Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Kiribati, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu Places: Melanesia, Micronesia, Australia (area), Polynesia Keywords: Anthropology of Knoweldge, Climate Change, Colonial Discourse, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Cultural Heritage, Customary Law, Worldview, Visual Anthropology, Tapa, Sustainable Development
Yoko NOJIMA Research Fellow at International Research Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region (Osaka, Japan), Japan Places: Melanesia, Vanuatu, Banks Islands Keywords: Material Culture, Heritage, Food and Nutrition, Ethnobotany, Environment, Cultural Landscapes
Laïsa RO'I Postdoctoral Fellow, Axe III Nouvelles Ruralités et Destin Commun at Institut Agronomique néo-Calédonien, New Caledonia Administrative areas: Hawaii, New Caledonia Keywords: Dance, Economy and Finance, Exchanges, Heritage, Labour Mobility, Political Economy, Regional Integration, Space, Sustainability, Data Mining
Fanny Wonu VEYS Curator at Museum van Nationaal Wereldculturen - National Museum of World Cultures, Netherlands Administrative areas: Tonga, New Zealand, Australia Places: Polynesia, Australia (area) Keywords: Art, Exhibitions, First Contacts, Heritage, Indigenous Christianities, Material Culture, Mission History, Museums, Tapa, Visual Anthropology
Frank WEIGELT Senior Lecturer, Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at University of Hamburg, Germany Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Indonesia, New Caledonia Places: Melanesia Keywords: Agency, Applied Anthropology, Class, Colonial Discourse, Cognitive Anthropology, Colonialism, Conflict, Conflict Management, Cultural Change, Cultural Heritage
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