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Ibrahim AOUDE
Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies at University of Hawai'i-Manoa, United States

Administrative areas: Hawaii
Places: Polynesia
Keywords: Political Economy, Politics, Interethnic Relations


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


Diego MUÑOZ
Postdoctoral Fellow, CREDO - Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l'Océanie, France

Administrative areas: Rapanui - Easter Island (Chile), French Polynesia
Places: Polynesia, Chili, Rapa Nui (Easter Island)
Keywords: Kinship, Land Dispute, Law and Culture, Migration, Regional History, Social Change, Social Organization, Tourism, Cultural Change, Diasporas


Ian PARKER
PhD Student, Department of Anthropology at University of California San Diego, United States

Administrative areas: Indonesia, Irian Jaya Barat (Indonesia), Papua (Indonesia)
Places: Melanesia, Polynesia, West Papua
Keywords: Ethics, Environmental Anthropology, Conservation, Interethnic Relations, Tourism, Social-ecological System, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Human-environment Relations, Religion, Seascapes


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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Some figures...

The database of experts counts today 1028 profiles, of which 517 are publicly accessible, while 511 have chosen to remain private.

These persons have defined 596 unique keywords in which they situate their research interests and expertise.

They have also defined and described 560 'experiences' (research and teaching activities, consulting work, or applied projects) in which they have contributed.